“Imagine enjoying a radio in your car that equals that afforded by modern home radios!”Thus begins the brochure’s spiel for the Dodge-Philco radio which was available at extra cost in this 1939 Dodge Luxury Liner Deluxe. Six pre-set stations available via pushbuttons meant you could “…tune in your favorite station without taking your eyes off the road — an adde
This big ol’ 1952 Mercury Montereyhas “just a few” extras: continental kit, Blue Dot taillight lenses, Lakes pipes (fake?), twin spotlights (fake?), twin antennae, big ol’ Cadillac wheelcovers, twin outside rearview mirrors, curb feelers, and, maybe our favorite — a “Go to Crystal Beach”license plate topper. The fender skirts were likely from the factory.