This vintage Mercury nameplate is silver and black in color and measures 9 and 5/8ths inches long by 1 inch tall. I purchased several vintage nameplates for various vehicles at an estate sale, so unfortunately I don't know which Mercury model or year it is from. I'm hoping the pictures will be sufficient.
It is in excellent condition. There are some scuff marks, but you have to look hard to see them and none are big enough to give you a measurement. The front is nice and shiny and has no cracks, in fact there are no cracks on the piece on front or back.
There are no prongs or posts on the back so I don't know how it would be attached to a car. There are several numbers on the back and I assume they are the part number for the nameplate. Those numbers are: "E9WB-13B492-AA" then on the end, behind the letter 'M', it has "SR1" in a circle, and "FORD" in a circle. You should be able to see that part number in my photo below.
So, if you're refurbishing a Mercury, here's your nameplates. Or if you're a collector of Mercury items, it'll make a great display piece.
Buyer to pay USPS First Class Mail Package shipping charges of $4.99. Shipping is from Nevada.
SPECIAL NOTE about partial REFUND of shipping charges:
Every January the U.S. Postal Service increases the shipping prices. The January 2019 increase is beyond any we've seen in previous years. Before the 2019 increase, shipping costs were based on weight. A package weighing less than one pound cost the same amount regardless if it was mailed 2 miles away, or from coast to coast. Packages weighing over 1 pound were priced by what the destination zipcode was.
Now, the postal service has divided the United States in to 8 zones and each package is charged by weight, size, and destination zone. Now it is not possible to state a shipping cost and have it be valid regardless if the package is traveling 2 miles or 2000 miles. I am in Nevada and probably 95% of the packages I mail out go to the east, and a majority of them go all the way to the east coast.
To complicate this even further, Google will not show items for sale unless they have a designated cost, or unless the seller uses calculated shipping. My web host is not equipped to figure calculated shipping, so I have to quote a shipping charge using the east coast as the final destination and then refund over payments. When I return the overage, I usually do it by including cash inside the package when it's shipped. My feedback page will show verification that I do return overpayments.
As a buyer, there are two choices. If you over pay on the shipping charges, I refund an appropriate amount to cover the over payment OR if you'd like to send me a message stating your zip code and the item you are interested in, I can quote you an exact shipping charge and send you a custom invoice with an accurate shipping charge.
About Combined Shipping:
I do combine shipping on multiple items purchased, but as stated above, my web host is not set up to calculate multiple item shipping costs. At checkout, you will be charged full shipping price on each item purchased and I will refund the appropriate amount of over payment. If you are uncomfortable with that, send me a message with your zip code and stating which items you'll be purchasing and I'll calculate the correct combined shipping charges and send you a custom invoice.
International shipping charges will also take a tremendous leap. International shipping will now depend on the country. Buyer must contact seller for international shipping charges before making a purchase. Seller reserves the right to void any international transactions where contact has not been made prior to purchasing.
All items in my listings come from either estate or garage sales. I do not know if they came from homes where smoking or pets were present. All items are sold in the same condition as when I received them.