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1951 Mercury Club Coupe

Flathead V8 3-Speed Manual W/ OD

$44,995

Flathead V8 3-Speed Manual W/ OD

$44,995


Stock #503-MWK
Price: $44,995
Year Make Model: 1951 Mercury Club
Sub-Model/Trim: Coupe
Engine: Flathead V8
Transmission: 3-Speed Manual W/ OD
Mileage: 413,157 ( undocumented )
Body Style: Coupe
Exterior Color: Red
Interior Color: Off White

  • AM/FM Radio
  • Leather Interior
  • Seatbelts
  • Wide White Walls
  • Wire Wheels

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Milwaukee has a beautiful 1951 Mercury Full custom. It features a candy red paint over a gold base. Take a look at the frenched in headlights, antenna, and shaved emblems, locks and door handles. It features a flathead V8 with 3 stromburg 97 carbs. Colombia rear end and a converted radio to FM and MP3. This amazing vehicle has had numerous hours put in to make it look and flow correctly. You will not be disappointed in this vehicle. Take it to a cruise night or just cruise in it on a warm summer night. This custom runs and drives fantastic.

This vehicle is located in our Milwaukee showroom. You can view this 1951 Mercury in greater detail including HD pictures and an HD video of it running and driving at Gatewayclassiccars.com. If you are interested in purchasing this vehicle or have more questions regarding it please call us at (262)-891-4253 or email us at Milwaukee@gatewayclassiccars.com.

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Other 1946 - 1956 Mercury

1950 Mercury Convertible

1950 Mercury Convertible


Engine: 350 CID V8
Transmission: 700R4
Mileage: 4,476 ( since rebuilt )

For sale in our Nashville, TN showroom is this Kustom 1951 Mercury Convertible. In 1951, George Barris purchased a then brand-new Mercury Coupe for himself, it didn’t take long, and he had fully customized it, a passerby liked it so much that he ordered a customized Mercury for himself. This car became known as the Hirohata Merc, after its new owner, and would go on to be one of the most famous customized cars of the decade, thanks in part to Barris’ restyling and through traveling the county with GM’s Motorama auto show. This is how the 1949-1951 Mercury became a kustom car icon and now one of the most popular cars to turn into a full kustom. This kustom 1951 Mercury comes to us as a beautiful fair weather roadster, luckily the convertible top frame is intact and is ready for a soft top of your choice should you want the option. Sporting a crate 350 CID small block chevy backed by a 700R4 automatic transmission, this sled is ready for a long cruise up the costal highway or down Whittier Blvd. on a Saturday night. Painted in House of Kolor’s candy Brandywine this car is a real head turner! The interior is complete with a wonderful tan leather covering most every surface and topped off with a billet dash board. This ride sports power windows, power steering, power brakes, air conditioning, radial tires, alloy wheels, and tilt steering column. For more information on this kustom ride call the hep cats down in the Nashville showroom at 615-213-1800 or visit us on the web at nashville@gatewayclassiccars.com

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1950 Mercury Club Coupe

1950 Mercury Club Coupe


Engine: 383 CID V8
Transmission: 3 Speed Automatic
Mileage: 187 ( undocumented )

If you are in the market for a professionally custom built lead sled then this 1950 Mercury Club Coupe is one that you should definitely give a serious look! With only 180 miles since a rebuild and sporting a brilliant candy apple red paint job with pearl phantom flames it is sure to stand out in any crowd. This coupe is a car that the more you look at the more attention to detail you see. Starting at the front underneath the phantom flames you’ll notice that subtle touches such as the corners of the hood being smoothed out and given a better fitment. Moving back to the center of the car the door handles have been replaced with a set of custom billet buttons that allow you to open the doors. Last but not least is the hidden trunk latch that is located inside the gas filler door helping to give the rear of the Mercury a great sleek finish. Underneath the hood lives a 383 cubic inch stroker V8 that starts with the greatest of ease and produces more than enough horsepower to move this cruiser down the road while producing a great throating rumble. Handling the job of shifting gears while you are rolling down the road is the TH-350 automatic transmission that also adds to the comfort of this lead sled. Speaking of comfort, if you are lucky enough to sit in this car you will appreciate the tuck and rolled leather seats that are a red and white two tone. Brand new aftermarket gauges help round out the great looks of the interior while helping you monitor the vitals of this great car. You can view this 1950 Mecury Custom Coupe in greater detail including HD pictures and an HD video of it running and driving at Gatewayclassiccars.com. If you are interested in purchasing this vehicle or have more questions regarding it please call us at (303) 872-4722 or email us at Denver@gatewayclassiccars.com.

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1947 Mercury Eight

1947 Mercury Eight


Engine: Ford 351 CID V8
Transmission: C4 Automatic
Mileage: 5,000 ( undocumented )

Gateway Classic Cars of Tampa is excited to offer this unique 1947 Mercury Convertible. This beautiful restomod is outstanding inside and out and is ready to take you across the country! Under the hood of this amazing car sits a 1977 Ford 351 CID V8 (bored .060 over) paired to a smooth shifting C4 automatic transmission with B&M shiftkit & Ford 9” rear end with 3.25 gears. Bolted to the engine block is a full Edelbrock intake/carb setup with matched Cam, and MSD ignition. The steel hood and fenders are complimented with the lightweight Yogie’s fiberglass body, rear fenders, and doors. The Cadillac Shale Beige PPG base and clear coat is in terrific condition and shine brilliantly in the sun along with the Brits bumpers. This Mercury also features full leather interior with power seats, power windows, A/C and a 2” chopped convertible folding soft-top. Under the car you’ll find a complete Heidts front suspension, including cross members, 2 inch drop spindles and power rack and pinion steering. This Mercury will make a fantastic addition to a car collection of any size! To see 100+ HD pictures and videos of this 1947 Mercury Convertible, please visit GatewayClassicCars.com. For more information or to schedule an appointment to view this vehicle in person, please call the Tampa showroom at (813)645-6200 or email us directly at Tampa@GatewayClassicCars.com.

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1951 Mercury Coupe

1951 Mercury Coupe


Engine: 390 F.E.
Transmission: 3 Speed Auto
Mileage: 0 ( undocumented )

Blame James Dean, Sam Barris or just plain good design but 49-51 Mercurys seem to have been gifted with a universal appeal few cars possess. When one gets turned into the quintessential lead sled like this 1951 Mercury, that appeal goes through the roof. The recipient of a comprehensive frame off restoration, this Merc features unbelievable paint and body work, a potent Ford V8 and a custom interior that most cars dream of having. With numerous awards including Koolest Kustom at Goodguys Ft. Worth, this '51 easily navigates the line between awesome driver and crowd pleaser. If you're in the market for a timeless custom that delivers on every possible front, don't miss out on this one. When a car comes together as well as the Merc, it's easy to take for granted just how much work went into the build. Starting out with an all original steel body, every piece was carefully crafted into the final product we have today. At the front, a nosed '49 Mercury hood sits between a pair of '49 Mercury fenders for a subtlety custom look. Up top, two and a half inches were removed from the roofline to create a sleeker profile. During the build, a new firewall, inner fenders, floor, rockers and rear quarters were also added to replace unusable original pieces. Once all those sheet metal modifications were blended and all panels were laser straight, the body was shot with an even coat of gloss black. The depth is unbelievable, and all reflections are mirror like. Naturally, panel fitment is excellent as well with nearly perfect gaps all around. In true hot-rodding tradition, the brightwork comes from a wide variety of cars. The front grille originally came off of a '57 Buick and has been reworked to incorporate a 1949 Mercury centerpiece. Underneath that grille, three bumpers were used in the creation of the slick smoothed front bumper. At the corners, Buick headlights borrowed from a '53 Skylark were frenched in for a modern look. Unlike many custom front ends, this one flows perfectly without making a fuss about how much work went into creating it. At the sides, Lincoln Zephyr push-button door openers replace the factory handles, offering the shaved look without losing functionality. Above the buttons, new tinted glass, rubber and window felt button up details many overlook. Under the rockers, decorative side pipes offers some nostalgic flair. Out back, the sloping trunk lid features a hand-painted white pinstripe framed by a pair of '56 Packard taillights. To accommodate those taillights, the ends of the rear bumper were chopped approximately two inches on both sides. All modifications were obviously well-thought out and executed at the highest level possible. Under the sleek hood, this sled remains Ford-powered thanks to a completely rebuilt 390cid V8. Under the trick dual scoop chrome air cleaner, a Demon 625 carburetor sends atomized fuel in factory Ford intake that's been powder coated silver. At the sides, cast iron heads are dressed with chrome Mercury valve covers. Below those valve covers, billet wire looms neatly route MSD spark plug wires from the distributor which is concealed under a Ford branded leather cover. At the front, a power coated water pump, chrome alternator, polished Sanden air conditioning compressor and fan all reside behind the five-core aluminum Griffin radiator. The engine breathes through cast iron exhaust manifolds that exhale into a true-dual exhaust system. Presentation is excellent with gobs of chrome right down to the bolts. Best of all, the 390 starts immediately, runs cool and gets a reported 15.5 miles per gallon at cruising speed. Crawl underneath and you'll find a clean chassis coated in durable Rhino Liner. Backing the 390 is a fully rebuilt C6 automatic transmission with braided steel lines and a 24" finned aluminum cooler for some functional style. From there, power is channeled to a Ford 9-inch rear housing 3.50 gears. The ground scraping stance comes courtesy of a double A-arms with coil-overs up front and a 4-link with coil-overs out back. When the roads get twisty, a rack and pinion setup reduces steering effort while power front disc brakes and rear drums handle stopping. If you're looking for the brake booster and Wilwood master-cylinder in the engine shots, you won't find it's been relocated to underneath the dash. At the corners, chrome steel wheels are topped with hubcaps from a 1950’s Cadillac and wrapped in Coker wide white wall tires. Press one of the Zephyr push buttons and you'll find a jaw dropping white interior. A set of custom chrome door sill plates welcomes you inside while offering a place to tuck the edges of the fresh black carpet. Above them, restored bucket seats make room for driver and passenger alike. If those seats look familiar, they're out of a 1964 Ford Galaxie. The rear window tray was extended approximately five inches to accommodate the Galaxie rear seat which still features its XL logo. The sweeping center console is also out of Galaxie and features tons of storage behind the shifter. Wrapped in chalk white Naugahyde, Ford parts blend in seamlessly to the retro interior. All aluminum seat trim and garnish moldings have been chromed and show brilliantly. From the driver's seat, a 1961 Cadillac steering wheel sits atop a chrome tilt steering column. Behind it, a surprisingly original dash painted body color houses Dakota Digital gauges and a host of modern amenities including controls for the under-dash air conditioning system. In the glove box, a Kenwood head unit with integrated satellite radio sends signal to updated speakers including a 10" sub hidden in the trunk. To the sides, custom door panels retain their vintage Mercury look, updated with the same white Naugahyde. Up top, a white headliner is the final piece that rounds out this glowing cabin. Behind the backseat, the trunk features black carpeting and custom white panels that mirror the interior scheme. The battery is hidden behind one of the panels while a custom enclosure in the center conceals the gas filler neck. Documentation for this car includes manuals for nearly every installed component. There is also a spec sheet that covers most of the modifications. Amazing to look at, comfortable to ride in, fun to drive and built better than some modern luxury cars, this Merc is the total package in every way possible. If you're ready to own the very definition of American cool, don't miss out on this incredible 1951 Mercury Options include: AC, AM/FM cassette, CD player, Hub Caps, Power brakes, Power Seats, Tilt Wheels, Radial Tires, wide white walls, vinyl interior. To view the car in greater detail, including 100+ HD photos and HD video, please visit www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For more information please call the Atlanta showroom at 678-894-4833 or e-mail us at Atlanta@GatewayClassicCars.com.

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1951 Mercury Sport  Sedan

1951 Mercury Sport Sedan


Engine: 255 CID Flathead V8
Transmission: 3-Speed Manual
Mileage: 83,036 ( actual )

Gateway Classic Cars Philadelphia is proud to offer this classic 1951 Mercury Sport Sedan. Check out this rare original Classic! Those who really enjoy these cars--and they're as iconic as anything that emerged from the industry's immediate postwar reawakening--think that of the redesigned Mercury models, 1949 thru 1951, those from 1951 are the best of the trio. Instead of having a somewhat incongruously rounded rump, the 1951 Mercury gained new vertical taillamps, replacing the erstwhile wraparound horizontal units, and regally elevated rear sheet metal to match. The buyers liked it. Few may realize it today, but among the historic three-year run of Mercury that commenced in 1949, the final cars from 1951 held the sales lead. This 1951 Mercury with suicide doors and the original Flathead V8 with three speeds on the column is a prime example. This Mercury is Green with Green vinyl interior. The body and paint look great. We are not sure how old the paint job is, but it has been updated and looks great. The interior is near perfect and the chrome trim is in excellent condition. This Classic is equipped with skirts, white wall tires, radio, heater and more. The electrical system has been upgraded from 6 volt to 12 volt. Check out the chrome grille on this car it is awesome. The Mercury is one of the most popular sedans with Hot Rodders, it’s styling is iconic. To view this 1951 Mercury Sport Sedan in greater detail, including HD pictures and an HD video, visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or our Philadelphia showroom located in West Deptford, NJ. For more information, please call 856-599-4100 or email Philadelphia@GatewayClassicCars.com

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1946 Mercury Coupe

1946 Mercury Coupe


Engine: 350 CID V8
Transmission: TH350
Mileage: 3,882 ( undocumented )

Gateway Classic Cars of Louisville is proud to present this awesome 1946 Mercury Coupe. The 46 Mercury was like many of the American cars that year, a 42 Model that was brought back into production late 45 for the 46-model year. The smooth lines were widely accepted but it was still considered to be a “fancy” Ford. This Streetrodded 46 Merc is a far-cry from what it originally was. The first thing that catches your eye is the high-end glass like paint job. The ghosted in flames are done with a surgeon’s precision giving this classic a one-off look. Under the hood the engine bay has been taken to the next level with the firewall smoothed and painted to match it is as clean as I have seen. The small block Chevy sits nestled right between the rails. With all the accessories chromed out this is a clean car from front to back. Hit the button for the remote popper and have a seat in the high-end leather bucket seats. The Mercury emblem has been done in red snakeskin to bring the outside in giving it a unique look. The dash was cleaned up and with the gauges move to a more central location giving the car a modern feel. Hit the button for the power windows and turn the AC on. There is nothing this street rod doesn’t have. Even the Minitab in the back was done so smooth and nice that it’s hard to believe it didn’t come that way. If you have wanted something different but not just so over the top that its gaudy this 46 Merc is exactly that. Options on this custom 1946 Mercury Coupe include, AC, AM/FM, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Tilt, Leather Interior, Seat Belts, and Aluminum Wheels with Radial Tires.This 1946 Mercury Coupe is for sale in our Louisville Showroom and can be seen in greater detail including 100+ HD pictures and an HD Video at www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For additional information please call our knowledgeable staff at (812)294-1555 or email us at Louisville@GatewayClassicCars.com. If you would like to see it in person, come to our Louisville Showroom located at 13576 Blue Lick Rd., Memphis, IN 47143. http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/LOU/1604/1946-Mercury-Coupe

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Newest Mercury Arrivals

1971 Mercury Cougar

1971 Mercury Cougar


Engine: 429 Cobra Jet
Transmission: 4 Speed Manual
Mileage: 75,969 ( undocumented )

Gateway Classic Cars of Tampa is proud to offer this extremely rare 1971 Mercury Cougar Convertible 429 Cobra Jet Ram Air. Are you the type of person that likes to own unique pieces? Well, it does not get much more unique than this ‘71 Cougar. At first glance you may think, what is that? It is not your average looking ‘67 Cougar. This ‘71 cougar exudes a classy, sophisticated attitude. The Wembledon White adds to the upscale feel along with the white convertible top. The body of this beauty is in excellent shape and shows well with the bright chrome. Take a look at the interior and you’ll quickly notice this ‘71 Cougar is triple white. Talk about a clean looking car! The interior is comfortable yet sporty. Everything about the inside of this car screams relaxing, but the “T” handle 4-speed says otherwise. One look at the shifter and you will quickly realize you are in for a treat when you sit in the driver’s bucket seat. If the transmission did not reveal this is a “Muscle Car”, the 429 Cobra Jet Ram Air surely will. There were only three engine options available in 1971 with the 429 Cobra Jet four-barrel V8 being the biggest of them all. The matching numbers 429 Cobra Jet puts out a ground pounding 370 horse power and 450 pounds of torque. This Cougar gives you the best of both worlds – comfort and muscle! There were only 47 convertibles built with the 429CJ engine. This option makes the car extremely rare and a sound investment. How many of the 47 total produced still exist? Currently there are 94 ‘71 Cougar Cobra Jet’s accounted for and only 32 are convertibles. This very special car comes with a Marti Report so there’s no mistaking this car is what it claims to be. Options include AM Radio, Automatic Convertible Top, Hub Caps, Posi Traction, Power Steering, Tilt Steering Wheel, Power Disc Brakes, Ram Air Induction, and Power Windows. This 1971 Mercury Cougar is for sale in our Tampa Showroom and can be viewed in greater detail including 100+ HD pictures and an HD video at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional information, please call our knowledgeable staff at (813)645-6200 or email us at Tampa@GatewayClassicCars.com. If you would like to see it in person, come to our Tampa Showroom, located at 351 30th Street NE, Ruskin, FL 33570. Hours: Monday through Saturday, 9 AM to 5 PM EST.

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1950 Mercury Convertible

1950 Mercury Convertible


Engine: 350 CID V8
Transmission: 700R4
Mileage: 4,476 ( since rebuilt )

For sale in our Nashville, TN showroom is this Kustom 1951 Mercury Convertible. In 1951, George Barris purchased a then brand-new Mercury Coupe for himself, it didn’t take long, and he had fully customized it, a passerby liked it so much that he ordered a customized Mercury for himself. This car became known as the Hirohata Merc, after its new owner, and would go on to be one of the most famous customized cars of the decade, thanks in part to Barris’ restyling and through traveling the county with GM’s Motorama auto show. This is how the 1949-1951 Mercury became a kustom car icon and now one of the most popular cars to turn into a full kustom. This kustom 1951 Mercury comes to us as a beautiful fair weather roadster, luckily the convertible top frame is intact and is ready for a soft top of your choice should you want the option. Sporting a crate 350 CID small block chevy backed by a 700R4 automatic transmission, this sled is ready for a long cruise up the costal highway or down Whittier Blvd. on a Saturday night. Painted in House of Kolor’s candy Brandywine this car is a real head turner! The interior is complete with a wonderful tan leather covering most every surface and topped off with a billet dash board. This ride sports power windows, power steering, power brakes, air conditioning, radial tires, alloy wheels, and tilt steering column. For more information on this kustom ride call the hep cats down in the Nashville showroom at 615-213-1800 or visit us on the web at nashville@gatewayclassiccars.com

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