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EXCLUSIVE: Ford Maverick and Mercury Comet Projects

As part of the large Georgia collection we’ve featured here on Barn Finds as an Exclusive, I wanted to create a post specific about a V8-powered Ford Maverick project and a very clean Mercury Comet. The Maverick and Comet both have… more»

Serious Potential: 1949 Mercury M68 Pickup

Montana is a state that is home to a great many natural wonders, but it also appears to be the home of many older Pickups. This 1949 Mercury M68 is a perfect example, and it looks like a pretty… more»

Barris “Mannix Roadster”! 1967 Olds Toronado

Mannix is one of those guilty pleasure shows for me. It’s one of those campy shows that some folks think are beneath them. I also openly admit to loving the Andy Griffith show and the Brady Bunch so maybe I’m… more»

EXCLUSIVE: 1935 Ford 1.5 Ton Truck

Modern work trucks are mostly big square boxes and while some look great, none are as attractive as this 1935 Ford! It’s big, yet elegant with great lines and curves. It’s a 1.5 ton dually with a flathead V8… more»

Junkyard Finds: Classics at Yank-A-Part Yard

One of the comments I make most frequently to salvage yard owners is that they should put their most unusual or special parts cars and trucks online, somewhere, anywhere, in order to drive foot traffic and phone calls. Few… more»

Prairie Style: 1953 Mercury M-350

If you’re a Barnfinds regular you’ll quickly note this Mercury pickup is another in a succession of trucks we’ve featured over the past few months offered by a seller located in Sweet Grass, Montana. Recent Barn Finds posts have been written by Adam, Brian,… more»

First Year Survivor: 1946 Mercury Pickup

This 1946 Mercury One Ton Pickup is virtually complete and is from the first year of production of the Mercury Pickup line. If it looks familiar, that’s because we recently featured a 1947 Mercury truck from the same seller, but… more»

Barn Discovery: Rare 1947 Mercury Pickup

Discovered in a barn, this sweet 1947 Mercury 1 ton offers great looks and little rot. After many years parked, this Merc’ is a grand candidate to revive for its great looks and solid body. This rare pickup has… more»

1953 Mercury M350 Pickup Project

The Mercury M-Series trucks were produced between 1946 to 1968, primarily for the Canadian market. The model designations were tied to the Ford F truck series commencing in 1951. Thus, this Mercury M350 is nominally the same as the… more»

Huge Estate Sale: Restored, Projects, Parts, & More!

On October 6 in Muskegon, MI, there will be a live, on-site estate auction of restored cars, project cars, parts cars, and parts. Whoever amassed this collection was an equal opportunity collector. I’ve counted twelve different makes of cars… more»

Swayback Express: 1937 Plymouth PT50 Pickup

If you were a Plymouth dealer in the mid 1930s, times were pretty good.  Plymouths were selling very well, making the brand was the third most popular in America.  However, good sales can always be made better.  Chrysler head… more»

Parked Since 1981: 1952 Mercury M1 Barn Find

Occasionally we come across cool finds that just have me wondering how they could stay in a barn for so long! In this case we have a rare Canadian pickup (yes, I know we posted one less than a… more»

Never Seen Snow: 1967 Mercury Caliente

Being in the upper-Midwest, rusty vehicles are what I remember from growing up in the 1970s and 80s and it’s what I think about most now when seeing an old car or truck. Luckily, this 1967 Mercury Caliente has… more»

Solid 1950 Mercury M47 Pickup: No Reserve!

There are some vehicles we see here that you just know have one heck of a story attached; this Mercury truck is one of them. Yes, Mercury. If you are new to Barn Finds, you can be excused for not… more»

Who’s Carl? 1946 Ford Produce Truck

I’m lucky enough to live in a community that supports local farmers. Fresh fruits and vegetables are pedaled at our local Farmer’s Market each Saturday morning. How great would this truck be if you were a regular produce vendor at… more»

Pre-Oil Crisis Classic: 1973 Mercury Montego MX

Cousin to the Ford Torino, the 2nd generation Mercury Montego was completely redesigned in 1972.  Just a year later the oil crisis would have a significant impact on the automobile industry.  American car companies, already being hit hard with… more»