1946 and 1947 Mercury Pickup Trucks

Pictures of 1946 and 1947 Mercury Pickup Trucks sent in by tntrods

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Apr 2, 2013

WOW those werent there long.tires are full of air.I want one of em.tune up the engine,and that would be a nice daily driver

Oct 3, 2009

me like!!!

Aug 4, 2009

Very nice trucks!Look more like a 46-48 ford car grill than U.S.ford truck.Untill the internet all the Mercury trucks I had ever seen pics of were 1953-56.Was all ways a old truck nut my 63 years and had a 53 Ford1/2 and three 30s trucks.Then saw lots of Mercury trucks pre war.Since 1939 was the first U.S. Mercury car was that allso the first truck?

Jul 24, 2008

I think they look as though you could just get in start em up and drive them home! nice shape...

Apr 19, 2008

my brother has a 1941 he thinks how does a person find the value of a p.u. like this. he has cancer and is selling everything. its in real good shape needs atrans and motor .any help appreciated thanks

Jan 3, 2008

I want them! They are in buetiful shape!

Oct 19, 2007

Tim at www.tntrods.com

Sep 18, 2007

can we get more pics of "your" backyard?

Aug 22, 2007

I always thought 46 was the first year for mercury trucks..

Aug 19, 2007

are you in canada i would like to get more picks i have a 40 mercury p up they say they are rare

Aug 7, 2007

wanna sell ?

Aug 4, 2007

wow!...they look to be in primo condition

Jul 20, 2007

do You need to adopt a son...?...pick Me..lol.

Jul 20, 2007

no there isn't a panel van behind these , but I do have 1 and a 1/2 of one , I'll send pictures of them , and yep I own most of the 300 cars and trucks that are in the back yard

Jul 19, 2007

I like your back yard. I hope you own it all

Jul 19, 2007

Good to see....is that a panelvan behind these 2...?

Jul 18, 2007

nope no junk yard , its my back yard, these I have saved from the crusher or from jerks who want to cut them up for trailers

Jul 18, 2007

This is the first time I ever layed my eyes on both a 1946 and 1947 Mercury pickup truck. Way to go tntrodds.

Jul 18, 2007

These are in awesome shape...this is obviously not a JUNKyard...