1951 Mercury

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Don Tubbs' 1951 Mercury coupe of Glendale, California. Don was a member of the Glendale Esquires car club. In 1954 his mildly customized Mercury received a Metallic Maroon paint job by Johnny Hagan at Hagan's Body Shop.
Fred Rowe's 1951 Mercury Convertible, of Los Angeles, California was restyled by Barris Kustoms. The build was completed in 1953. A second version of the Merc, restyled in 1954 was featured in the movie Running Wild along with Bob Hirohata's 1951 Mercury.
Jack Walker's 1951 Mercury of Belton, Missouri. In the 1980s Jack decided to build a clone of the then lost Hirohata Merc. The build was started in 1983, and completed in 1985. It made it's debut at the 1985 Leadsled Spectacular in Springfield, Ohio.
Noal Johnston's 1951 Mercury of Ogden, Utah. Noal was a member of the Stags of Ogden car club. The Merc was restyled in 1957.
Philip Sauers' 1951 Mercury - Sashta, of San Diego, California was restyled by Dean Jeffries, and striped by Von Dutch. It was finished on december 24th 1954.
Ron Dragoo's 1951 Mercury coupe of Long Beach, California was restyled around 1955.
Roy Hewitt's 1951 Mercury of Cadillac, Michigan. Restyled back in 1956-57, the car featured handmade bubble skirts by Roy.
Ulf Christiansson's 1951 Mercury of Sweden. Known as "Lucille," Ulf bought the Merc in 1990, while he was working at Winfield's Custom Shop in Canoga Park, California. He started the build there before moving back to Sweden in the fall of 1990. In 1993 he chopped the top on the car and covered it in thin primer before moving back to California, bringing it along.
Richard Rini's 1951 Mercury of Chandler, Arizona. Rini bought the car from Jamie Hall of Angola, Indiana in June of 2020. It was redone in its current state in the 1980s, but photos of the car from the 1970s or the early 1980s exsists.
Daniel "J:son" Johansson's 1951 Mercury of Habo, Sweden. J:son runs Old Iron Kustoms with Christian Carlsson. He chopped the top on the Merc around 2000 and drove it around in primer for about 15 years until he decided to upgrade it was an interior and paint job. The rebuild was completed in 2017.

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1949 - 1951 Mercurys are popular cars to customize. The most notable change on the 1951 Mercury is the one-piece rear window replacing the smaller 3 piece window used in 1949 and 1950. For 1951, the Mercury also came with a new grille that was integrated with the directional signals. New vertical taillights replaced the horizontal type found on 1959 and 1950 Mercurys. New trim on the rear quarter panels made the wraparound bumper appear to extend even further around the sides than before.

How much is a 1951 Mercury worth?

According to Conceptcarz.com, the median sales price for a 1951 Mercury in 2019 was US $46,871. In March of 2020 the median sales price had grown to US $ 52,640. Conceptcarz.com's valuation relies on auction data, and it is one of the largest collections of auction value with over 421,800 values compiled from all over the world.[1] Click here for more information and examples.

1951 Mercury customs

Al Glickman's 1951 Mercury Convertible
Bill Dyne's 1951 Mercury
Bill Wolfe’s 1951 Mercury
Bob Hirohata's 1951 Mercury
Bob and Dick Polhamus' 1951 Mercury Convertible
Fred Rowe's 1951 Mercury Convertible
Daniel "J:son" Johansson's 1951 Mercury
Dave Bugarin's 1951 Mercury
Don Tubbs' 1951 Mercury Coupe
Jack Walker's 1951 Mercury
Jack White's 1951 Mercury
Jesse James' 1951 Mercury
Jim Musil's 1951 Mercury Convertible
Mandy Holder's 1951 Mercury
Noal Johnston's 1951 Mercury
Picho Portillo's 1951 Mercury
Phil Hernandez' 1951 Mercury four-door
Philip Sauers' 1951 Mercury - Sashta
Richard Rini's 1951 Mercury
Rod Powell's 1951 Mercury - Merc on the Wild Side
Ron Dragoo's 1951 Mercury Coupe
Ron Volpes' 1951 Mercury
Roy Hewitt's 1951 Mercury
Terry Hegman's 1951 Mercury
Ulf Christiansson's 1951 Mercury - Lucille
Vic Sorina's 1951 Mercury
Wayne Badger's 1951 Mercury

Cars using 1951 Mercury parts

Grille Shell
Vince Ulloa's 1951 Chevrolet Four Door Fletline

Bumper Guards
Gene Winfield's 1950 Mercury

Rear Bumper Guards
Jay Greer's 1951 Ford Victoria - The Tahitian

Rear Quarter Panels
Bob Lund's 1950 Mercury Convertible
Dick Schneider's 1950 Mercury
Frank Sonzogni's 1950 Mercury
Gene Winfield's 1950 Mercury
Earl Wilson's 1947 Studebaker- The Grecian

Fender Skirts
Tony Sestito's 1947 Cadillac Convertible
Noel Thomas' 1950 Ford Club Coupe
Frank Sonzogni's 1950 Mercury
Gene Winfield's 1950 Mercury
Buster Litton's 1949 Ford
Chuck DeWitt's 1950 Ford

Front Bumper
Buddy Alcorn's 1950 Mercury

Rear Bumper
Warren Gonzales' 1950 Ford Convertible

Buster Litton's 1949 Ford

Headlight Bezels
Robert Martinez' 1949 Ford
Louie Bettancourt's 1949 Mercury
Nick Cozzitorto's 1952 Ford F-1 Pickup
Ed Sloan's 1953 Plymouth

John Bozio's 1939 Buick Century Convertible

Butler Rugard's 1940 Mercury
Elton Kantor's 1950 Ford
Ken Bausert's 1950 Mercury Convertible

Rear End
Brad Masterson`s 1923 Ford - The Shit-T
Wayne Kleb's 1927 Ford Model T Roadster - The Satan's Chariot/The Fuzzy Cart
Jack Schleich's 1932 Ford 3-Window Coupe

Lars Erik Ljungkvist's 1932 Ford Roadster
Lou Schafer's 1932 Ford 5 Window Coupe

1951 Mercurys for sale

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