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Mercury Car Company has always gotten the short end of the stick when it comes to popularity. It was kind of like Ford was the Dad and Mercury was the son but it shouldn't be that way. Mercury has been around forever but it really hit its stride in the late '40s, early '50s. In 1949 Mercury came out with a bigger bolder look that really caught on. Gone was the big fenders and along came Mercury that incorperated fenders in the body so to speak. The results were beautiful and the public really dug it. A certain type of car enthuaist saw potential in the new body style and their name were custom crowd. Sam Barris is considered the first to chop a top on a Mercury and boy did it come off amazing. It just took what the designers at Mercury did and just enhanced it. The chop and mild lowering just made the lines flow right into each other. The Mercury was here to stay. The Mercury, whether it was customized or stock, was a great cruiser and great cruisers need a great stereo. Now its commonly known that the classic car radio left something to be desired. So lets say you got yourself a classic Mercury and really want to drive through the night but you really would like some decent tunes. The simple answer is get over to Vintage Car Radio. They carry the best radios for your Mercury and at the best prices. They sell only the best from the likes of Custom Autosound, Ken Harrison, Out of Sight Audio, Antique Automobile Radio, RediRad and Stereo Conversion. Not only do these systems sound amazing they bolt in with minimal hassle. You won't' believe your ears and you won't believe how easy it was to install. You'll be cruising instead of wrenching and that is awesome!