The Mercer Company was formed in 1909 in Trenton, New Jersey, taking its name from Mercer County, where Trenton is located. Production of Mercer chassis frames and bodies began in 1910. The first Mercers used a 34 horsepower, 4-cylinder engine built by Beaver Manufacturing Company of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The new Mercer, which cost $2,085, was capable of a top speed of 60 mph and was so flexible that the driver could go from 4 mph to 60 all in the same high gear. This is the oldest Mercer known to exist.
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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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