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Good morning.  Going through back images, found this image i hadn't uploaded and it seems i forgot to take image of back side for identification purpose (i just was intrigued by the colour and the chrome)

Any idea of make so i can narrow my search.

 

appreciated 

 

 

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Hmm the front bumper looks a lot like a 1955 Pontiac.

My guess: it's a Christmas tree.

Can you read that sign just above the bumper?

 

wim

 

edit: so it's a 1954 Mercury

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50 minutes ago, wiskerke said:

Hmm the front bumper looks a lot like a 1955 Pontiac.

My guess: it's a Christmas tree.

Can you read that sign just above the bumper?

 

wim

on side above bumper "fuel injection" so that didn't help me  (i am useless with Cars)

 

 

but the Pontiac timeline will help.  Been able to narrow search on vintage car sales sites...

 

 

thanks

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3 hours ago, wiskerke said:

1954 Mercury Monterey:

 

For Sale: 1954 Mercury Monterey

Without some of its chrome trim. here

 

With this hanging from the rear:

https://continentalkit.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/1953-Mercury.jpg

https://continentalkit.com/gallery/#book/

 

wim

 

edit: and lowered.

edit 2: link

 

 

this is one i was coming with  once you pointed me in right direction (the 1955 models all seemed to have 2 chrome lines on the front hood.

 

again thanks for your help.... 

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On 25/11/2020 at 12:06, wiskerke said:

1954 Mercury Monterey:

 

For Sale: 1954 Mercury Monterey

Without some of its chrome trim. here

 

With this hanging from the rear:

https://continentalkit.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/1953-Mercury.jpg

https://continentalkit.com/gallery/#book/

 

wim

 

edit: and lowered.

edit 2: link

When I looked at it knew it was a early 50s Ford product.  It is a Hardtop which was the more sporty option.

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