The 1952 Mercury Pickup truck was a classic American pickup truck produced by Ford Motor Company. It was the second-generation Mercury truck and was produced from 1948 to 1952.
The truck was known for its distinctive styling, which featured a rounded body with a sleek grille and signature Mercury badge. The 1952 model had a unique front grille design with a flat vertical bar and six horizontal bars that resembled a crown.
The 1952 Mercury Pickup was available with two engine options: a 110-horsepower 239 cubic inch (3.9L) flathead V8 or a 95-horsepower 255 cubic inch (4.2L) flathead V8. The truck featured a three-speed manual transmission as standard.
Other notable features of the 1952 Mercury Pickup included a spacious cargo bed that could haul up to 1,500 pounds, a comfortable interior, and a sturdy chassis that was built to handle heavy loads.
Today, the 1952 Mercury Pickup is considered a classic American truck and is highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts.