1940 Mercury

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Albrecht Goertz' 1940 Mercury of Los Angeles, California. Known as the Paragon, Albrecht's Mercury was restyled in 1939. Once completed, it was shown at the 1939 World Exhibition in New York. Albrecht went on to become a noted BMW designer.
A radically restyled custom photographed at a used car lot located at 4875 El Cajon Blvd. in San Diego, California. Running 1947 license plates, the car seems to have started out as a 1940 Mercury Convertible. Modifications include a sectioned body, removed running boards, a chopped and padded top, a custom made grille and front end, molded body seams, fenderskirts, blackwall tires, and flipper hubcaps. Please get in touch with us if you have more info or photos to share of this mystery custom. Photo from The Robert Genat Photo Collection.
Dick Owens' 1940 Mercury convertible of Redondo Beach, California. Dick's Mercury was restyled by Barris Kustoms, and the work was sometime between 1945 and 1947.
Jimmy Summers' 1940 Mercury convertible of Hollywood, California. The build was completed in 1946.
Johnny Zaro's 1940 Mercury Coupe of Maywood, California. Johnny's Merc was restyled by Barris Kustoms in 1948 at their Compton Avenue shop.
Kevan Sledge's 1940 Mercury coupe of Martinez, California. Restyled by Kevan, the build was started in 2002 and completed in 2014.
Larry Sanford's 1940 Mercury 4-door Convertible
Maximilian King's 1940 Mercury convertible of Morristown, New Jersey was first restyled by Meekers Body Shop in 1946. In 1959 Korky's Kustom Shop restyled the car further for current owner Ray Henyon.
Thomas Pendelton's 1940 Mercury Coupe. Thomas' Merc was restyled by Kevan Sledge at Sledge Customs. The build was completed in 2017.
Virgil Shuck's 1940 Mercury coupe of Pineville, West Virginia. Built by Virgil and his father at Shucks Body Shop, the build was started in 1957. It was completed sometime between 1957 and 1959.
Chris Casny's 1940 Mercury Coupe of Austin, Texas. Chris is a member of the Kontinentals car club, and his Merc first hit the road in November of 2018.

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1940 Mercury Customs

Al Andril's 1940 Mercury Coupe
Albrecht Goertz' 1940 Mercury Coupe
Brian Everett's 1940 Mercury - Slither
Butler Rugard's 1940 Mercury
Charlie Mars' 1940 Mercury
Chris Casny's 1940 Mercury Coupe
Dick Owens' 1940 Mercury Convertible
Gale Morris' 1940 Mercury
Gene Dupertius' 1940 Mercury
Gerry Huth's 1940 Mercury Convertible
Gil Ayala's 1940 Mercury
Harold Ohanesian's 1940 Mercury Convertible Sedan
Jake Babcock's 1940 Mercury - Afterglow
Jimmy Summers' 1940 Mercury Convertible
Joe Hernandez' 1940 Mercury
Johnny Zaro's 1940 Mercury Coupe
Kevan Sledge's 1940 Mercury Coupe
Larry Sanford's 1940 Mercury 4-door Convertible
Lawrence Garrison's 1940 Mercury Convertible
Louie Erk's 1940 Mercury Convertible
Maximilian King's 1940 Mercury Convertible
Mel Lehman's 1940 Mercury 4-Door Sedan
Nick Matranga's 1940 Mercury
Paul Hoffmann's 1940 Mercury Coupe - Nachtfalter
Reno Casasola's 1940 Mercury - The Mexicali Merc
Sam Barris' 1940 Mercury
Thomas Pendelton's 1940 Mercury Coupe
Virgil Shuck's 1940 Mercury Coupe

Cars Using 1940 Mercury Parts

Phil Wieand's 1927 Ford Model-T Roadster
Dick Flint's 1929 Roadster

Buzz DeChamp's 1931 Ford Model A Roadster

Rene J. Leonhard's 1938 Chevrolet Business Coupe

Front Bumper:
Mike McAuliffe's 1940 Ford Deluxe Fordor Sedan - The Second Time Around

Rear Bumper:
Mike McAuliffe's 1940 Ford Deluxe Fordor Sedan - The Second Time Around

Rear Bumper Guards
Johnny Williams' 1940 Ford

Front Fenders:
Robert E. Roeder's 1934 Ford - The Roeder Sport Custom

Rear End
Cal Morrow's 1934 Ford 3-Window Coupe

Sebastian Rubbo's 1936 Ford Roadster

Steering Column
Sebastian Rubbo's 1936 Ford Roadster

Sebastian Rubbo's 1936 Ford Roadster

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