Ray Erickson's 1950 Mercury

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1950 Mercury owned and restyled by Kansas City Cranktwisters member Ray Erickson of Kansas City, Missouri. Ray got the car after he and his wife Joan Erickson sold a 1952 Ford that they had customized together. Ray dropped the Mercury 6 inches, C'd the frame front and back, and painted it baby blue primer. The car was also nosed and decked. Powered by a the stock flathead fit with new heads, and a two carb manifold, Ray drove the car like this for a few years.[1]


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