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DeWayne Iverson's 1949 Mercury of Tacoma, Washington. DeWayne purchased the car from a lot in Tacoma in 1963. The car had already been customized when he got it.
Jeremy Minamyer's 1949 Mercury of Concord, North Carolina. A white primered version of Jeremy's Mercury made it's first public appearance at the 2nd annual Customs by the Sea car show in Wildwood, New Jersey in 2015.
Joe Brienza's 1949 Mercury of West Islip, New York. Joe bought the Mercury in 1951, and it didn't take long time before he restyled it.
Lloyd Myers' 1949 Mercury convertible of San Jose, California. Lloyd was a member of the San Jose Rod and Wheelers car club. The Merc was completed in 1959.
Paul Wood's 1949 Mercury Coupe of Richmond Hill, New York. Restyled around 1958, Woody’s Merc was built in the street in, in front of his girlfriend's house. Woody had acetylene and oxygen tanks in the trunk of the car that he would roll out whenever he was working on the car.

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1949 Mercury Customs

Bill Busch's 1949 Mercury
Bob Roy's 1949 Mercury Convertible
Chuck Traaen's 1949 Mercury
DeWayne Iverson's 1949 Mercury
Don Ferrara's 1949 Mercury
Ernie Collins' 1949 Mercury
Glad Ellis' 1949 Mercury
Hank Bisetti's 1949 Mercury
Jeremy Minamyer's 1949 Mercury
Jerry Quesnel's 1949 Mercury
Joe Brienza's 1949 Mercury
Louie Bettancourt's 1949 Mercury
Lloyd Myers' 1949 Mercury Convertible
Johnny Zupan's 1949 Mercury
Oz Welch's 1949 Mercury - Bad Apple
Paul Wood's 1949 Mercury Coupe
Robert Zainer's 1949 Mercury Convertible
Sam Barris' 1949 Mercury
Wally Savage's 1949 Mercury

Cars Using 1949 Mercury Parts

Front Bumper
Jack Brumbach's 1942 Ford
Alvin Serpa's 1946 Ford

Rear Bumper
Jack Brumbach's 1942 Ford
Alvin Serpa's 1946 Ford
Fred Calvin's 1950 Ford

Laverne A. Stetzer's 1932 Ford 5-Window Coupe - The York Coupe
Ed Park's 1936 Ford Convertible
Rene J. Leonhard's 1938 Chevrolet Business Coupe

Front Parking Lights
B. H. Martin's 1948 DeSoto

Grille Shell
Neil Emory's 1940 Buick Super sedan
Pete Brock's 1946 Ford Convertible
Earl Wilson's 1947 Studebaker- The Grecian
James Pagliarulo's 1949 Ford Convertible
Elton Kantor's 1950 Ford
Junior Conway's 1950 Ford
Harry Bradley's 1951 Chevrolet Bel Air - La Jolla
Ron Thronson's 1951 Chevrolet Fleetline
Chuck Sanders' 1951 Oldsmobile - The Black Panther
Chuck Johnson's 1952 Ford Victoria
Jerry Ledlow's 1952 Ford Tudor
Tobias Andersson's 1953 Oldsmobile

Neil Emory's 1940 Buick Super sedan
Boardman Motor's 1947 Studebaker
Charles DeLacy's 1951 Studebaker Starlight Coupe
Ray Erickson's 1952 Ford Coupe

Vic Grace's 1941 Buick
Jim Sanders' 1949 Ford Convertible
Gil Ayala's 1951 GMC Truck

Front Bumper guards
Alvin Serpa's 1946 Ford
Picho Portillo's 1951 Mercury

Rear Bumper Guards
Alvin Serpa's 1946 Ford

Ed Cousins' 1932 Ford Pickup
Bob DiBiasse's 1934 Ford Five-Window Coupe
Bob Davis' 1935 Ford 5-Window Coupe
Dennis Murphy's 1939 Ford Convertible Sedan

Bob Davis' 1935 Ford 5-Window Coupe

Emergency Brake Handle
Kenny Smith's 1929 Ford Model A Roadster

Ed Jacques' 1941 Ford

Steering Wheel
Laverne A. Stetzer's 1932 Ford 5-Window Coupe - The York Coupe
Jim Lewis' 1936 Ford 3-Window Coupe

Dennis Murphy's 1939 Ford Convertible Sedan
Jim Chapkis' 1940 Ford Coupe

Louis Banto and Jack Perre's 1927 Ford Model T Roadster
Peter Billing's 1932 Ford Cabriolet
Arthur Lellis' 1939 Ford Convertible

Bill Waddill and Ken Draper's 1932 Ford

Bud Ward's 1924 Ford Model T Roadster
Roger Nettle's 1932 Ford 5-Window Coupe

Dennis Murphy's 1939 Ford Convertible Sedan


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