Mercer introduced its first car, the Model 30, in 1910. A total of 791 cars with several body styles including the Toy Tonneau, Touring and Speedster models were built in its first fully year of production before the introduction of the hugely successful Raceabout. The two-seat Speedster, which cost $1,950, was powered by a 285.6 cubic-inch, 34 horsepower, L-head four-cylinder Beaver engine.
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(Data based on Model Year 1910
Vehicles That Failed To Sell1910 Mercer Model 30's that have appeared at auction but did not sell.
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