1953 Mercury Monterey Bittersweet Coupe 255 Flathead V8 105514 Miles
Garage Kept Motors.) “The (Mercury) name was selected by Edsel Ford, the only son of Henry. Mercury was the winged messenger and the god of commerce according to Roman mythology, symbolizing speed, skill, dependability, and eloquence.
Mercury Monterey(s) could now be ordered in more body styles, with a convertible and a sedan joining the popular…
Not over-the-top, as some cars that would appear later in the decade, but rather a presence and flair that exuded stylish optimism. In this case, the combination Bittersweet orange under a white hardtop paint choice was perfect, and the condition of the refreshed paint finish across the entire body (as well as under-hood area, door jambs, and trunk interior) has been very well maintained. There is no obvious damage to any sheet metal panel.