The most notable change on the 1951 Mercury is the one-piece rear window replacing the smaller 3 piece window used in 1949 and 1950.For 1951, the Mercury also came with a new grille that was integrated with the directional signals. New vertical taillights replaced the horizontal type found on 1949 and 1950's Mercurys. New trim on the rear quarter panels made the wraparound bumper appear to extend even further around the sides than before.
1951 Mercury Customs
Al Glickman's 1951 Mercury Convertible
Bill Dyne's 1951 Mercury
Bill Wolfe’s 1951 Mercury
Bob Hirohata's 1951 Mercury
Bob and Dick Polhamus' 1951 Mercury Convertible
Fred Rowe's 1951 Mercury Convertible
Dave Bugarin's 1951 Mercury
Don Tubbs' 1951 Mercury Coupe
Jack Walker's 1951 Mercury
Jack White's 1951 Mercury
Jesse James' 1951 Mercury
Jim Musil's 1951 Mercury Convertible
Mandy Holder's 1951 Mercury
Noal Johnston's 1951 Mercury
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Phil Hernandez' 1951 Mercury four-door
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Cars Using 1951 Mercury Parts
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