1948 – 1952 Mercury Trucks

11 thoughts on “1948 – 1952 Mercury Trucks”

  1. in the past .mercurypickup.com was done by tom skrews from Everett Washington . whos running this now? ..
    I own a 68 m100 . I was thinking of putting it up for sale .
    its great to see this site is being saved ..
    Andrew 2/27/15

  2. Hello, I was wondering if you could help me decode the VIN for my 1949 mercury truck. The VIN is pf83h4910578.

    Thank you very much

  3. im looking for all and any parts for my 48 m47 mercury parts not ford if you know of any send me a email thankyou

  4. I have a 52 Mercury M1 truck. I have owned it since 1978 it was on the road for 5 months in that year. It has been sitting since then so I am excited to get it on the road.

  5. Thank you. You can find all kinds of info on fords but the mercury side is almost non existing. Glad to find this site.

  6. Hi Guys. I have a 1950 Merc pickup with a flathead V8 and i was wondering if you guys knew what color that block would have been and even better if you had a paint code for the color. Any help would be great. Thank you.

  7. Does anyone know the colour code for the red insert in the Mercury logo. My panel is a 1948 and we’re redoing the chrome.

  8. Hi ,I just bought a 49 PU The VIN is MD83H497425 the trim # starts with a M too but the ownership states it’s a Ford F1 .Is the ownership wrong or is the truck not a ret Mercery ? Thanks

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