1953 mercury montclair convertible

Price: US $43,500.00 Item location: Grinnell, Iowa, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Mercury
  • Model: Other
  • Type: Convertible
  • Year: 1953
  • Mileage: 81,000
  • VIN: 53wa32233m
  • Color: Yosemite yellow
  • Engine size: 255cu in v8
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: Power Windows
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: merco matic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: yellow and black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1953 Mercury Other

black top, ery solid body, 1,000 miles, riginal 255 cu in flathead engine, erco-matic transmission, onverted to 12 volt, ompletely rewired, ffenhauser aluminum heads and intake manifolds, odern holley 4 brl carb, enton exhaust headers, ual exhaust, lass pack mufflers, reat sound, lectronic ignition, ew radiator, p-dated cooling system, ransmission cooler, ll mechanics are excellent, rive anywhere with confidence, ood radial wide whitewall tires, restored full wheel covers, ll new yellow and black vinyl interior, ice dash and gauges, estored and painted top bows, ood clear vinyl rear window, ower windows, adio and cd player in glove compartment, tereo speakers in kick panels, ll glass and window frames good, utside door handle stainless fingernail guards, ocker panel moldings, xcellent chrome bumpers and stainless, are accessories: 1 deluxe steering wheel, chrome headlight rings 3 stainless outside windshield visor 4 mercury tissue dispenser. solid frame, loor pans and rocker panels. 8 or 10 year old frame off restoration. you will not be disappointed you will be impressed. the car looks fantastic and runs perfect. the latch on the vent window on the drivers door is broken it needs a new part, the taillight lens on the passenger side is warped new ones can be purchased and are not very expensive. on the very bottom of the rocker panel on both sides located just behind the rear edge of the door where any moisture drains from the rear quarter panel the drain hole is enlarged to approximately 1 and 1/2 inch long and 1 inch wide from draining moisture. It is not visible unless you lay on your back and look up. It is well below the rocker panel trim. there is no other rust spots anywhere on the rocker panels. the top motor is not working and the top is put up and down by hand. where the top attaches to the rear quarter panel the top went down too fast one time and then very front corner of the top slightly pulled away from the qtr panel. The piece on the inside that fastens the top down can be loosened and the corner pulled back into place.