Peter Stengel's 1941 Mercury
1941 Mercury restyled by Coachcraft for Peter Stengel in 1941. All on the parts that were kept basically stock on the car, were part of the hood, front half of the front fenders, and rear fenders. Rest of the car was designed and built in the shop from 20-gauge steel, including the steel body. The top was three-position, open, partly closed, or closed. The car cost a total amount of $6000 to build.
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