1951 Mercury Lead Sled Customs

When you think of a 1951 Mercury, the Lead Sled Customs might come to mind. However, the most expensive and intriguing Mercury of 1951 is the two-door Woody station wagon. This Woody features real lumber on the side, not a laminate or a sticker. The body of the car is in real solid shape and boasts a smooth glossy finish. This beautiful car hails from California and comes with a folder full of maintenance records dating back to 1989. The exterior of the car is in top shape with little imperfections and it has been repainted in its original color, Tacoma cream.

Exterior Features

The Woody features three rows of seating, continental kit, locking gas cap, and beautiful original glass. The wood on the car’s exterior is clear, shiny, and looks to be in excellent solid condition. The metal components of the car also look really nice and have a square, rust-free appearance. It sits on radial white wall tires and comes with original hubcaps, rear bumper, and handle.

Interior and Engine

The tailgate opens and closes smoothly, and the interior boasts real wood throughout, with carpeted mats for storage. The seats and door panels have been reupholstered and covered nicely. The dash features an original look with a few signs of patina and comes equipped with a manual three-speed shift on the column and an overdrive. The flathead V8 engine has been well maintained and is exceptionally clean. The bottom of the car is rock solid with well-maintained metal components.

Buying the 1951 Mercury Woody

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