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1954 Mercury Monterey Conv't, for $3000 needs resto or parts. in Sauquoit, NY on Facebook


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Terrible photos.  Can't tell how rusty but the dash looks really good as do a few other things,  so it might actually not be that bad for 3,000. 

 

 

1954 Mercury Mercury Monterey · Coupe · Driven 12,345 miles Restore or parts car. Front and rear bumper good shape. Car complete and original. Will Accept offers

 

 

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They look like crime scene photos. Like the seller is trying to show precisely how dirty the car is. Barn-find syndrome?

I bet it would clean up well, including the brightwork.

Sharp car in any case, and may well be worth restoring.

 

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What a beautiful sun shiny day for a car wash. Guy must have been in a hurry to post these scruffy pictures on facebook to miss the opportunity to give this car a bath.  

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$3000 and they'll accept offers? Seems very reasonable. Better make sure it has a title, and check for frame rust. I agree the photos don't convey enough info, but it could be a real steal if everything checks out.

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Looks like it was side swiped on the passenger side. It seems to have the original engine with a different carburetor. High mileage, or the driver really had a death grip on the steering wheel. Still at the price or less it looks like a good restoration candidate with a nice 1950's color (Parklane Green maybe).

Lew Bachman

1957 Thunderbird

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