Jesse James' 1951 Mercury

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Jesse James' Mercury at the Lonestar Roundup 2008
Jesse James' Mercury at the South Austin Speedshop in 2006

1951 Mercury owned by Jesse James. Jesse found the Merc at a shop off Martin Luther King Boulevard in Austin, and needed a place to work on it when he was in town. He ended up at the South Austin Speed Shop, where he spent a couple of weekends a month to work on the car in a corner.

Once completed, the car was painted in a Sapphire Blue Diamond Crystal Pearl paint from Kustom Shop.

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