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1947 Mercury Eight Sedan Street Rod for Sale. 350 cubic inch V8 engine, Edelbrock carburetor and intake, aluminum radiator, aluminum valve covers, HEI ignition, rack and pinion power steering, A/C, independent front suspension with tubular control arms, front power disc brakes, dual exhaust, burgundy metallic exterior with custom ghost flames, chrome mirrors, painted steel wheels with BF Goodrich Silvertown radial white wall tires, custom bucket seat interior, custom console, front power windows, Sony AM/FM/Stereo, Classic Instruments Gauges. Beautiful, and fun to drive! Automotive History: The Mercury Eight is a full-size automobile that was the first model produced by Mercury and was produced from the 1939 through the 1951 model years. It was the only model offered by Mercury until the marque started producing multiple series in the 1952 model year, at which point it was dropped as a model designation. Styling changes were slight in 1947. The Mercury name was placed on the side of the hood. Different hubcaps were used. The border around the grille was chrome plated. The Eight script still ran down its center. There was also new trunk trim. More chrome was used on the interior and the dash dial faces were redesigned. The convertible and station wagon came with leather upholstery. The other body styles used fabric. The wood paneled Sportsman convertible was gone. 86,363 Mercury Eights were sold. For all practical purposes the 1948 Mercury Eights were identical to the 1947s. The major changes consisted of different dial faces and no steering column lock. 50,268 Mercury Eights were sold.
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