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1941 Mercury Model 19A Station Wagon / 99A349992 Vehicle Information

1941 Mercury Model 19A photograph

1941 Mercury Model 19A photograph

1941 Mercury Model 19A photograph

1941 Mercury Model 19A1941 Mercury Model 19A1941 Mercury Model 19A
Sold for $121,000 at 2009 RM Auctions - Nick Alexander Woodie Collection.
Work began in 1937 on the soon-to-be introduced Mercury cars. The cars were introduced in New York at the time of the November 1938 auto show, and offered in four bodystyles including a two-door sedan, a four-door, a convertible coupe and a novel sedan coupe. The company was the brainchild of Edsel Ford and the design work was courtesy of E.T. 'Bob' Gregorie.

The Mercury cars were very similar in design to their Ford counterparts, and in many respect a larger version of the Ford. They were mechanically similar and obviously Ford-shaped. Among the main differences were a four inch longer wheelbase and ten extra horsepower.

During the first year of production, around 75,000 Mercury's were sold, with price tags to range from $916 to $1,018. The following year, in 1940, 81,000 examples were sold, and a new body style - a convertible sedan - was introduced. Ford had discontinued the four-door convertible after 1938, and Mercury had added to their listings.

For 1941, the Ford wheelbase grew to 114 inches, and the Mercury's now measured 118-inches. A station wagon option became available, and was one of seven body styles in the 1941 Mercury catalog. Costing $1,141, it was the most expensive Mercury, the convertible sedan having been dropped. Along with more power and a longer wheelbase, the Mercury Wagon was available in a choice of birch or gum panels to contrast the maple framing, and color-coordinated leather seats. Just like the Fords, the bodies were all built at Iron Mountain.

In total, Mercury sold 2,145 examples of the Woodie Wagon in 1941, easily out-selling Buick and Packard.

This 1941 Mercury Station Wagon has been given a high-quality restoration and finished in Cayuga Blue. It has earned a Dearborn Award from the Early Ford V8 Club. It wears its original Birch wood body and has a new black artificial leather roof. The seats are upholstered in new red leather and there are lap belts for two in the front. There are black rubber mats on the floor in both the front and the rear. The car is equipped with a hot water heater, a radio, and dual outside mirrors. The current mileage is just under 100,000.

In 2009, this Mercury Station Wagon was offered for sale at the Sports & Classics of Monterey auction in Monterey, California presented by RM Auctions. The car was estimated to sell for $135,000-$155,000 and offered without reserve. The lot was sold for the sum of $121,000, including buyer's premium.


By Daniel Vaughan | Dec 2009



2009 RM Auctions - Nick Alexander Woodie Collection

Pre-Auction Estimates :
USD $135,000-USD $155,000 
Sale Price :
USD $121,000

1941 Mercury Model 19A Auction Sales

Recent Sales

(Data based on Model Year 1941 sales)
1941 Mercury Convertible
Chassis#: A-389301
Sold for USD$28,600
  2021 RM Sothebys : Hershey
 
1941 Mercury Custom Club Coupe
Sold for USD$34,100
  2021 Mecum : Indy 2021
 
1941 Mercury Convertible
Sold for USD$27,500
  2020 Mecum : Las Vegas
 
1941 Mercury Convertible
Chassis#: A389301
Sold for USD$36,300
  2020 RM Sothebys : Auburn Fall Auction
 
1941 Mercury Station Wagon
Chassis#: 99A410638
Sold for USD$67,100
  2020 RM Sothebys : Auburn Fall Auction
 
1941 Mercury Convertible
Chassis#: 99A461074
Sold for USD$38,500
  2020 RM Sothebys : Auburn Fall Auction
 
1941 Mercury Eight Club Convertible
Sold for USD$26,400
  2019 Mecum : Louisville
 
1941 Mercury Convertible Coupe
Sold for USD$21,450
  2019 Mecum : Phoenix Auction
 
1941 Mercury Club Convertible
Sold for USD$19,800
  2019 Mecum : Kissimmee
 
1941 Mercury Model 19A Station Wagon
Chassis#: 99A-380723
Sold for USD$81,400
  2017 Bonhams : Quail Lodge
 
1941 Mercury Street Rod Convertible
Sold for USD$32,000
  2016 Mecum : Dallas
 
1941 MERCURY SUPER DELUXE
Sold for USD$32,250
  2016 Mecum - Houston
 
1941 Mercury Coupe
Chassis#: 441463
Sold for USD$26,400
  2015 RM Sotheby's Hershey Auction
1941 Mercury Model 19A image  1941 Mercury Model 19A image  
1941 Mercury Series 19-A Club Convertible
Sold for USD$26,000
  2015 Auctions America - Auburn Fall
 
1941 MERCURY CONVERTIBLE STREET ROD
Sold for USD$41,000
  2015 Mecum - Harrisburg
 
1941 Mercury Eight
Sold for USD$13,000
  2015 Mecum : Denver
 
1941 Mercury Convertible
Sold for USD$30,000
  2015 Mecum - Rogers'Classic Car Museum 2015
 
1941 MERCURY SUPER DELUXE CUSTOM BUSINESS COUPE
Chassis#: 99A320588
Sold for USD$38,500
  2014 Barrett-Jackson - Reno Tahoe
 
1941 Mercury Coupe
Sold for USD$13,500
  2014 Mecum : Indianapolis
 
1941 MERCURY 19A CLUB CONVERTIBLE
Sold for USD$37,682
  2012 McCormicks Palm Springs Auction 53
 

Vehicles That Failed To Sell

1941 Mercury Model 19A's that have appeared at auction but did not sell.
VehicleChassisEventHigh BidEst. LowEst. High
1941 Mercury Eight Club Convertible99A-3567422020 RM Sothebys : Open Roads, Fall $35,000$42,000
1941 Mercury Club Convertible 2017 Auctions America : Auburn Fall $45,000$50,000
1941 Mercury Club Convertible 2017 Auctions America : Auburn Spring $45,000$55,000
1941 Mercury Hot Rod Convertible 2017 Mecum : Kissimmee$27,500  
1941 Mercury Hot Rod Convertible 2017 Mecum : Kissimmee$36,000  
1941 Mercury Eight 2015 Mecum : Denver$15,000  
1941 Mercury Coupe Street Rod 2015 Mecum : Denver$20,000  
1941 Mercury Deluxe Custom 2014 Leake Auction : Oklahoma City   
1941 Mercury Convertible Cancelled Lot 2014 Mecum Kissimmee   
1941 Mercury Convertible99A4124092013 Mecum Auction Anaheim 2013$40,000  
1941 MERCURY DELUXE CLUB COUPE 2013 McCormick's Auction 54 Palm Springs$35,000  
1941 Mercury Club Coupe3183682013 Silver Auction Ft McDowell, Arizona$38,000  
1941 Mercury Club Coupe 2012 Silver Auction Reno, Nevada Aug 12$36,000  
1941 Mercury Deluxe Convertible 2010 Mecum Auctions St. Charles Auction$42,000  
1941 MERCURY CONVERTIBLE99A2766262010 Worldwide Auctions The Auburn Auction   
1941 Mercury Convertible 2010 Auctions America : Auburn Collector Car Auction$41,000  
1941 MERCURY 4 DOOR 2009 Silver Auction Coeur d'Alene$11,000  
1941 Mercury Convertible 2004 The Florida Collector Car Auction$34,000  
1941 MERCURY SERIES 19A CONVERTIBLE 2002 Kruse Auction Auburn, IN$17,500  
1941 MERCURY TWO DOOR CONVERTIBLE 2002 Kruse Auction Auburn, IN$20,000  
1941 MERCURY CONVERTIBLE 2002 Kruse Auction Ft. Lauderdale, FL$31,500  

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