1952 Mercury Monterey Free Delivery to your door for November only, contact Tracie for details. Presenting an original '52 Monterey.This was the first year the Monterey was offered as a convertible. The sheetmetal, floors and frame are all in great condition. Solid from top to bottom.This particular car was displayed in a museum for several years before beingtreated to a mechanical refresh. Under the hood is a 255 CI Mercury flatheadV8, combined with a Merc-O-Matic automatic transmission. This car has a in-dash clock and push button radio,chrome windshield frame and beltline trim, and both front and rear guards. Onthe outside are front driving lights, classic full size wheel covers, ad widewhitewall tires. Lakewood Green Paint with a Green Top. Boot green leatherinterior and white inserts, Aircraft-style lever controls for theheater/defroster and ventilation controls. 110 MPH speedometer, temperature,fuel, oil, and battery gages all located in the dash. The new model Montereywas part of Ford's company-wide redesign project. The Monterey became its ownmodel in 1952, one year after its initial introduction. It was produced with ataller and more squared shape than the 1949-51 Ford and Mercury models. Thiswas the most expensive Monterey available in 1952, priced at $2,370. TheMonterey's tasteful styling features a full width front grille, quarter panelbright trim, and imitation front and body side intake grilles.
A handsome rendition of a rare woody wagon in painted steel
The Pick of the Day is the kind of stylish Mercury that comes to mind when you hear, “Crazy ‘bout a Mercury/Lord I’m crazy ‘bout a Mercury/I’m gonna buy me a Mercury.”
The Pick of the Day is a 1964 Mercury Monterey four-door sedan with the popular and even show-stopping “Breezeway” electric rear window.
‘Back to the ’50s” in Minnesota is one of the largest classic car and rod shows in the nation, with nearly 12,000 vehicles on display.
Forty-one cars used to replicate famous photo
Aquarium hosts its first car show, each named for an aquatic creature
Pick of the Day is one of only two 1955 Cadillac Die Valkyrie roadsters
Zoo, astronomical observatory, even historical museum could be venues for themed car shows