1953 Mercury Monterey Hardtop for Sale. Here's a great example of a luxury 50's Cruiser from Mercury. Not as commonly seen as perhaps some of the 50's Chevys, Pontiacs, or even Fords. Here's an exceptional, well cared for Hardtop that both looks and drives out great. Powered by a 255.4 CI V8 backed by a Merc-O-Matic automatic transmission combined with rarely seen factory power steering and power brakes to provide it's owner with more comfort and security. The classic two tone exterior in beige with a contrasting burgundy roof is complimented by the red and black interior for the true Classic 50's appearance. The car rolls on a set of stock steel wheels with full hub caps carrying Allstate Guardsman 7.10-15 wide white wall bias ply tires. Other features of this head turning heavyweight Classic Cruiser are the color keyed skirts and a mellow sounding dual exhaust system. The car comes with miscellaneous paperwork including 50's Mercury Monterey advertising, Mercury Color Bulletin, and service manuals. Classic appearance and a very dependable ride will make this a great addition to any collection. Or, simply to be used as a weekend cruiser to hit the local car shows and events.
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