Published at 19/09/2018 18:13:55 desde Mendoza, Argentina, 1654 visits.
It is a recreation of the fantastic 35J, Raceabout, Mercer of 1914. It took 2 and a half years of work, only absolutely only craftsman. All what you see was built piece by piece, radiator, Board, steering wheel, headlights, bodywork, wheels, paint, electrical, upholstery, etc. on a Rugby 1926 chassis, with all the original mechanics of this, all new repaired, all regulation as He teaches law, documentation, regulatory lights, etc. Color Note: Washington A. Roebling II, owner of the Roebling-Planche, merged with the Walter Motor Company, founding the Mercer Motor Company, being the creator of the machine. Roebling died in the sinking of the Titanic in 1912. After this tragic event, the Mercer entered in fall, survived until 1928. In 1931, there was an attempt to revive the brand, but was missing the "brain" of Roebling, and there was no success. The Mercer Raceabout, was an extraordinary machine. So much so that in 1914, get one, cost a whopping $2500; exorbitant for the time. This vehicle, while folded, slows and speeds up, is a work of art. Sold with 2 year guarantee notary public. All papers are up to date ready for transfer.
Value: USD 70000 (Euros 59146 | Pesos Arg. 2632000).-