1951 MERCURY STATION WAGON
WOODY - LAST YEAR - THREE SEATS
This 1951 Mercury Station wagon was sold new and stayed in Mexico until three years ago. It is 100% zero rust / anywhere, ever. Although an amateur restoration, it presents itself quite well and runs well. The original radio comes with it, but needs rebuilding. One piece of glass is cracked, but a new set of correct glass has been purchased and comes with it. The shocks need replacement, is really the only glaring issue that the car has. It starts easily. It shifts well and seems to drive out fine. I was told that the motor had been rebuilt.
I originally bought it for a close friend. He is getting up there in years and asked me to sell it for him. It can been seen in central Virginia. It is sold with clear title. To reach me call or text 215-906-7001.
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