1955 Mercury started out as a daily driver from San Jose, Ca. and
we transformed it into a replica Santa Paula Fire Chief car. It
needed a new engine so we rebuilt the Y-block 292 over 15 years ago
and it has less than 7K since being rebuilt. It has been converted
to 12 volt and alternator. We added turbo mufflers and had power
steering installed. It has a working rotating red light and siren.
It has an original Motorola radio head, but operates a police /fire
scanner in the glovebox. The Door sticker is a magnetic type and
can be removed while being driven and there is a cover for the red
light. If you choose to convert back to non-replica emergency
vehicle, some minor body work and paint to remove the light and
siren and you have a bright red classic car. If you want to return
the vehicle to original 1955 you can remove the American Racing
Wheels and tires and install the original 15" wheels, hub caps and
attach the rear fender skirts (included with vehicle). There is
only minor rust area inside of L/R fender. No evidence of flooring
replacement or repairs. Please Note The Following **Vehicle
Location is at our clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We
do have a showroom with about 25 cars that is by appointment only
**Please Call First and talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT
1955 Mercury Monterey
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