1941 Mercury Sedanca deVille Vehicle Profile

1941 Mercury Sedanca deVille photograph

1941 Mercury Sedanca deVille photograph

1941 Mercury Sedanca deVille photograph

1941 Mercury Sedanca deVille photograph

1941 Mercury Sedanca deVille photograph

1941 Mercury Sedanca deVille photograph

1941 Mercury Sedanca deVille photograph

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Coachwork: Coachcraft
This car was built in 1940 for Peter Stengel by Coachcraft, at a cost of about $6,000. It took four months to build. The chassis is a 1941 Mercury, and the body has special fenders extending into the doors. The top is a three-way which can be positioned all the way open, open only over the front seat, or completely closed. Built-in no-draft ventilation is used. The power plant is a 1941 Mercury flathead V8, with Eddie Meyer heads, dual carburetors and a dual exhaust system.

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