By on April 1, 2019

1952 Mercury in Denver wrecking yard, RH view - ©2019 Murilee Martin - The Truth About CarsOrdinary family sedans of the 1940s and 1950s look cool and everyone claims to love them, but the sad reality is that hardly anyone with the time, money, space, and skills to restore an old Detroit car bothers with the postwar four-doors. I see 1946-1959 American sedans, mostly in pretty solid condition, with depressing regularity in the big self-service wrecking yards I frequent, and this ’52 Mercury in Denver is the latest one. (Read More…)

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