1940 Mercury Eight 9958 Miles Tan 239ci V8 3 Speed

1940 Mercury Eight

Condition: Used
Make: Mercury
Model: Eight
Type: --
Year: 1940
Mileage: 9958
VIN: 094767703
Color: Tan
Engine: 239ci V8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: 3 Speed
Drive type: --
Interior color: Red
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Local pick-up only

Description for Mercury Eight 1940

GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this incredibly rare 1940 Mercury Eight Convertible. This stunning vehicle comes in an immaculate tan paint job complemented by a spotless red interior and a clean brown convertible top. The convertible top is in exceptional condition and functions as it should. Powering this stunning classic is a 239 cubic inch V8 motor mated to 3 speed manual transmission with a Columbia 2 speed rear end with overdrive. Upgrades to the 239 include a 12v conversion, electronic ignition, Fenton headers, full stainless steel exhaust and more. Other upgrades include a back-up camera, tachometer, voltage gauge, vacuum gauge, turn signals, tube shocks, front sway bars and more. Additionally, the vehicle comes with various spare parts. The Mercury comes to us from a elite private collection and as such has always been properly maintained and stored. So, if you're in the market for an outstanding classic to complete your collection, look no further than this immaculate Mercury. Please call or email us today for more information.
The Mercury Eight is an automobile that was marketed by the Mercury division of Ford between 1939 and 1951. The debut model line of the Mercury division, Ford slotted the full-size Mercury Eight between the Ford Deluxe (later Custom) model lines and the Lincoln. In total, Ford assembled three generations of the Eight. The advertisements for this car declared it to be "The car that truly dares to ask 'Why?'", referring to the idea that a big car couldn't also be economical. The Mercury was priced in the thousand dollar range, several hundred dollars more than the Ford V-8, several hundred less than the Lincoln-Zephyr and about the same as the upper-range Oldsmobile and Dodges, Hudsons, and the lower-range Buicks and DeSotos, sales from all of which, it was hoped, the new Mercury would usurp.