1947 MECURY EIGHT CONVERTIBLE
What Make This Vehicle Special
Mercury is a defunct division of the American automobile manufacturer Ford Motor Company.
With that in mind, the 1947 Mercury Convertible we have at Skyway Classics is not your typical Merc. It has had a Total Frame-Off Restoration and looks as original and even been used in 2 Hollywood Movies and 4 TV Commercials including one with Elly May Clampett!
It runs the Flat Head V8 Engine, 3-speed Transmission, full Leather Interior and tan convertible top.
1947 Mercury Convertible
Total Frame-Off Restoration
Used In 2 Hollywood Movies
Used In 4 TV Commercials One
Flat Head V8 Engine
Black factory air cleaner
Iconic Flatheads on the engine
Black stock looking battery in the battery box
Complete restored Full Leather Interior
Maroon leather seats and matching door panels
Brown painted factory dash with the correct gauges
Factory tan steering wheel
Three-speed shifter on the steering column
Tan convertible top
Subtle shade of yellow paint over the graceful full fendered body
Nice chrome front and rear bumpers
Factory brightwork and trim
Exquisite hood emblem, door handles, and Mercury badging
Yellow painted factory looking steel wheels with chrome hubcaps
Almost every piece of this 1947 Mercury Convertible has been redone including the Flat Head V8 Engine with its carb, black factory air cleaner, generator, and those iconic Flatheads that you see when you look at the engine.
It does have a performance coil, a black stock looking battery in the battery box, and is backed by the 3-speed Transmission while riding on its yellow painted factory looking steel wheels with chrome hubcaps and the wide-whitewall tires.
No money was spared with the complete restored Full Leather Interior either. It starts with maroon leather seats and matching door panels, brown painted factory dash with the correct gauges, controls, and trim, factory tan steering wheel, three-speed shifter on the steering column, tan carpeting, as well as the tan convertible top.
The Merc has a pleasing subtle shade of yellow paint over the graceful full fendered body, nice chrome front and rear bumpers, factory brightwork and trim, exquisite hood emblem, door handles, and Mercury badging.
The original looking restored 1947 Mercury Convertible movie star car was a great car in its day, but this one we have at Skyway Classics is so well done, the early ones pale in comparison.
This Merc needs to be seen to be believed and you will love it at first site.
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