1950 Mercury (Lead Sled) Coupe


Looking for an authentic Mercury lead sled? You have found it here. This is a chopped 50 Mercury with great lines. It’s painted with hand rubbed orange lacquer, has the original V-8 flathead with three Stromberg 97’s on it and an unbelievable amount of extras in the engine compartment. Engine runs great and car drives great. It has A.C. that cools very well and can be used in town on a hot day without heating problems. Interior was done by Threads By Larry in Denver, CO and Striping was done by Big Daddy Ed Roth. This car is completely detailed in every aspect, way too many details to list here. It was featured on the cover and centerfold of Hot Rod Mechanix magazine while at the Bonneville Salt Flats in the May 1994 issue. This car is completely drivable but still show quality. What more could you ask for?

1950 Mercury Custom Coupe
Merc-Omatic 3-Speed OD, (3.30 Ratio)
Original Block bored .060 over, (265 C.I.)
Fenton Cast Headers
Mallory Electronic, Delco Alternator
Navaro 3 Stromberg 97’s (very old)
Edelbrock Heads
New Old Stock Radiator
A.C., Very Cold
Dodge Daytona Front Seats, T-Bird Back Seats
Interior and Trunk done by THREADS BY LARRY
Striping done by BID DADDY ED ROTH
Alarm, Electric Solenoid Doors and Trunk
Wind Shield Chopped 4 inches, Lots of Body Work, VERY NICE LINES
Orange Lacquer Hand Rubbed
Blue Dot Tail Lights, Halogen Front Lights, Both Frenched
Twin Heat Gauges
All 12 Volt, Ron Francis Wiring
Chrome Water Pumps, Very Detailed Flathead Engine
Mirror Stainless Steel Hood Liner
Twin Electric Pusher Fans, Will Cool in Town with A.C. On
$70,000

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