|Vehicle Type||Mercury Sedan Coupe|
|Built By||Ford - Mercury|
|Suspension||Cross Spring Front and Rear|
|Engine||Mercury Flathead, 296 cubic inch, Offenhauser aluminum headers, 3x2 barrel Stromberg carburetors|
|Owner||Woodland Family Collection|
Equipped with the factory Flathead engine, which at 239 cubic inch, produced 100 horsepower, the Mercury could carry its' passengers in comfort wile obtaining up to 20 mpg.
This particular Mercury "Sedan Coupe" was restored to what many hot rodder's would consider a 1950s type "hot rod", or "street rod", by local resident Kenny Van Blargen. Kenny kept the "Flathead engine and hopped it up, bored and stroked to 3/8 x 3/8 configuration, rather than replacing it with an overhead valve engine which was more popular from the 1960's forward.