Bob Reinfried's 1950 Mercury
1950 Mercury 4-dour owned by Bob Reinfried. The hood was louvered, rounded, nosed and peaked. The headlights were frenched by using 1954 Mercury rims. The grille shell was rounded and frenched with a 11 inch sectioned 1955 Chrysler grille bar inserted. The exhaust was routed through Buick port holes placed in front of the rear wheel openings. The taillights were frenched by using round rods, the reflectors were removed. The maroon and gold finish were divided by the 1955 DeSoto trim. The car sported Dodge Lancer wheel covers.
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