Gateway Classic Cars Milwaukee is excited to present this 1950
Mercury Coupe. The Mercury Eight was manufactured from 1939-1951
with a total of three generations. Produced in many variations
including coupes, sedans, and a station wagon. This successful
third generation was built from 1949-1951 sharing its body with the
Lincoln. Becoming an instant hit breaking record sales in a post
war market. The 1949-50 Mercury coupe has been extremely popular in
the classic car market with fancy paint schemes and "chopped"
roofs.This 1950 Mercury Coupe is painted in tuxedo black accented
with red pinstriping and matching red steel wheels. The oversized
rear fender skirts and tons of shiny chrome are a real eye catcher.
Dual outside mirrors, period spotlights, and a 3-panel rear window
from a 1949 model are great extra touches. The beautiful interior
is upholstered in white leather seating with red cording. Accented
with red carpeting and a Candy Apple dash with matching metal door
trim. The metallic gold steering wheel and column are a true
standout. Additionally, an AM/FM/cd radio has been installed for
those enjoyable drives. Under the hood is a 258 flathead V-8
attached to a three-speed manual column shift transmission w/
overdrive. Dual exhaust and headers give this 1950 Mercury Coupe a
nice throaty rumble on acceleration.
1950 Mercury Coupe
Interior Color:White/Red Stripe
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