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1950 Mercury Coupe

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Price: $34,900 Stock Number: 10559
Engine: 350ci V8 with Tri-power Transmission: Turbo 400 Automatic
Mileage: 10561 Miles on Build VIN: 50DA72633
Exterior Color: Black and White with Red flames flowing from the front Interior Color: Red Leather
This is a stunning 1950 Mercury Coupe. Unlike most this Mercury still sits around factory height and the top as not been chopped. Both bumpers front and rear are chrome as well as all the trim and wheels. The chrome wheels are accented by white wall tires. The car is painted black and white with red flames flowing from the front, up the hood and down the front quarter panels. This beast is powered by a Chevy 350 V8 with three, 2 barrel carburetors. The transmission is a 400 turbo automatic and the rear end is a standard 10 bolt. The front brakes are disk. The interior is complemented by beautiful red leather. This is a great hot rod anyone would be proud to own and drive to your local car show.
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