Bill Cicerone's 1950 Mercury
1950 Mercury owned by Bill Cicerone of Los Angeles, California. The car featured a distinctive floating grille made of cold-rolled steel bars. The shell was molded into one piece. The headlights were frenched, and the hood nosed and peaked. Body was channeled 4 1/2 inches in front, and 6 inches in the rear. Doors and trunk was also dechromed, and operated by pushbuttons. Dodge Lancer hubcaps were chosen for the car. Bill's Merc was painted Bermuda blue, and featured a spectacular light blue flame job by Art Summers.
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