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1939 Mercury 99A Convertible

1939 Mercury 99A Convertible

Stock#: 136


Sale Price: $39,900.00


We are selling our 1939 Mercury 99A Convertible. The car looks fantastic in its coach maroon color and has a Hartz cloth top: The engine is a 239 ci Flat Head V8 and is in perfect museum condition that is backed by a 3-speed manual transmission with a Columbia overdrive. This car is part of our private collection and is a great driver. This is a car you could jump in and drive across the country with full confidence it will bring you home. The interior is in amazing condition. Even the clock works. All of the gauges work and are functional. This is a fantastic rust-free car that needs nothing to start enjoying it. The original jack is still with the car along with the original wood cover. This is an exceptionally well-kept car that would be great as a Sunday driver or in a museum. Here’s your chance to own a piece of history.

We are offering this piece of automotive History for $39,900.00


A little background
1939 Mercury Series 99A Sport Convertible Coupe is a first year production car
The new Mercury closely resembled the Fords, but cost $165 more than the Deluxe Ford and $430 less than the Lincoln Zephyr. For that $165 the Mercury buyer got a significantly different package. Mercury offered an exclusive, more modern body shell with fixed v-windshield and center-mounted antenna, welded all-steel construction, cowl-mounted wipers, concealed front door hinges and outward-curving sides, widest at the front seat line. The frontal appearance was similar to the Ford but the rear fenders were deeply valanced and unique to Mercury as were the taillights and trim.

The dash was unique with recessed controls, cowled steering column  arc-type speedometer, locking glove box, and there was a clock. Under the hood, the 221 cubic-inch Ford V-8 was punched out to 239 cubic inches and generated 95 horsepower at 3,600 rpm. Both Ford and Mercury introduced hydraulic brakes in 1939 and they were long overdue.

The 1939 Mercury is timeless and elegant that says look at me.

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