READER AD: 1986 Mercury Cougar Survivor

At first glance, you wouldn’t ever guess that the 6th generation Mercury Cougar was based on the Fox-body Mustang, with its notchback design, but it really is a restyled Fox-body. Technically, it has more in common with the Thunderbird,… more»

77k Miles: 1965 Mercury Park Lane Marauder

It isn’t clear how long this 1965 Mercury Park Lane Marauder has been sitting around in its garage, but I think that it would be fairly safe to assume that it has been a reasonable length of time. When… more»

Automotive Orphan: 1961 Comet

With the demise of the Edsel brand, the Comet found itself to be something of an orphan. Originally designated to be sold as an Edsel model, the car was marketed through Lincoln-Mercury dealerships from 1960. However, it didn’t finally… more»

Floor Shift Conversion: 1972 Mercury Comet

Sometimes, the base model spec is a inherently charming option as a project car. It gives you a sense of just how spartan cars used to come, as this 1972 Mercury Comet will show you. It’s equipped with the… more»

Ready For Work! 1955 Mercury M350 Pickup

Finding a good, solid classic pickup that you can drive and enjoy immediately is never a bad thing, and that looks like it is precisely what you get with this 1955 Mercury M350 Pickup. After sitting unused since 1982,… more»

Sleeper Station Wagon: 1978 Mercury Zephyr

I love what old-school naval personnel would refer to as a “Q-Ship.” A Q-Ship is a vessel with concealed weaponry, which is what this 1978 Zephyr Wagon has in abundance. Barn Finder Ikey H spotted this absolute barnstormer for… more»

Marvin’s Sleeper: 1974 Mercury Comet

A lot of times we just ignore seventies cars.  Those of us that grew up with these cars weren’t really impressed with their performance or their looks.  As a teenager, I was quite a car snob.  I drove a… more»

Parked in the 1980s: 1963½ Mercury Marauder

This 1963½ Mercury Marauder can rightly be referred to as an original survivor. This is a car that not only still wears its original paint and interior trim, but what lurks under the hood is also original. After being… more»

Montana Barn Find: 1951 Mercury M-1

We have seen a fair amount of Mercury pickups here at One Barn Finds Tower over the last few years. It almost gives a person the impression that there are a lot of them out there for sale but… more»

22K Miles! 1978 Mercury Bobcat Villager

I really missed the mark and the market on the Pinto/Bobcat trend, wow! This beauty of a 1978 Mercury Bobcat Villager wagon is listed here on eBay in Arvada, Colorado. You had better sit down for this part: the… more»

1-of-1: 1969 Mercury Spoiler Dan Gurney Special

In 1969, Mercury built two versions of the Spoiler. Both were to recognize famous racers, and both were built in limited numbers. The Cale Yarborough Spoiler was built in higher numbers, with 617 cars being produced. The other version,… more»

3-Years Only: 1954 Mercury Monterey Sun Valley

Every now and then a classic car will come across our desks here at Barn Finds that will have so many cool features that it is hard to know where to start with them. This 1954 Mercury Monterey Sun… more»

Heavy Duty Canadian: 1954 Mercury M-350

Canadian market vehicles are always interesting to see, at least for a lot of us folks who don’t live there. This 1954 Mercury M-350 pickup is one rugged farm truck and it can be found here on eBay in… more»

37k Original Miles: 1967 Mercury Cougar

While the listing is a bit vague on the specifics, it appears that this 1967 Mercury Cougar has been sitting for many years. It has only traveled a claimed 37,000 miles and has recently been returned to active duty…. more»

Driving Project: 1970 Mercury Cougar XR-7 Convertible

While 72,343 Mercury Cougars rolled off the production line in 1970, only 1,977 of these cars were XR-7 Convertibles. That represents a pretty low percentage, and finding solid project cars today can be quite difficult. If that’s what you… more»

Cheap Pony Project: 1969 Mercury Cougar

Taking a bit of a look at this 1969 Mercury Cougar, it looks like it is a restoration project that has stalled in its early stages. This is a shame because all of the indications are that this is… more»