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Mark Termyna

2 - 1946 Mercury Convertible project cars SOLD

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I'm listing these for a good friend who doesn't do computers so I'll do my best here.

Both cars have titles and were recently pulled out of long term storage.

My friend was told that the black car was in one of the popular magazines back in the late 50's, he seams to remember that the former owner told him it was in Car Craft.

This car was Chrysler Hemi powered and had a rolled and pleated interior and a barrel back rear seat, Chrome plated pedals, steering column and garnish moldings and electric door poppers. The motor mounts currently in the car are believed to be the ones used for the Hemi.

Car was built in NY state.

The convertible top moves free.

This is the better of the two cars but it does need floors and other metal work, It could be restored to stock configuration since it hasn't been chopped up.

The second car was recently disassembled (mid Oct.)

This car was channeled back in the late 50's or early 60's and never finished, most if not all of the work was done with brass.

Floors in this car can be saved, they are pretty decent.

The front seat frame for this car was cut down on the passenger side only, see pics.

Windshield frame was also cut down.

Frame was notched in the rear, sloppy typical 50's work.

A good convertible top is also included with this car.

One 3 speed transmission is included but no engines.

Many parts are included with these cars, in my opinion there are enough of the important parts two build both cars.

$7000 for both cars or best offer. PRICE REDUCED $5500

 

NEW PRICE AS OF 12/28/16 - - - $5000. or best offer.

 

Anxious seller looking to looking to free up garage space. 

Both cars are located in Bensalem PA.

Serious inquires please call Jim 215-378-2337 9am - 9pm Eastern time.

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Actually the Black car would be an easy car to restore to stock as it has only a few modifications, the floors and many other parts can be used from the chopped up car.

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