Factory Air and a 302: 1973 Mercury Comet GT

This Mercury Comet is the desirable GT spec, and the seller lists a few additional features that should make Ford/Mercury enthusiasts give this barn find a closer… 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… more»

Upscale Pony Car! 1968 Mercury Cougar

Billed by Mercury in its sales literature as “the best-equipped luxury sports car in America,” the 1968 Cougar leveraged its selection as Motor Trend Magazine’s 1967 Car… more»

30 Years in a Barn: 1970 Mercury Marauder X-100

When I think of a 1970 Mercury Marauder X-100 I think of a luxury cruiser – fast, posh, smooth, quiet, sleek, powerful. All things that I am not…. more»

Rust Free Sport Coupe: 1979 Mercury Zephyr Z-7

As a kissin’ cousin to the Ford Fairmont, the Mercury Zephyr was appropriately fancy in a Mercury sort of way. This 1979 Mercury Zephyr Z-7 Sport Coupe… more»

11 MPG Beauty: 1976 Mercury Marquis Brougham

At $237 a foot, this 1976 Mercury Marquis Brougham two-door hardtop is cheap if you break it down into 12-inch sections. Or, looking at it another way,… more»

Sitting for 27 Years: 1955 Mercury Monterey

Having spent the past 27 years sitting out in the Arizona sun, this 1955 Mercury Monterey is looking slightly toasted. However, beneath that facade lies a really… more»

One of One: Mercury Sable Custom Convertible

It doesn’t get much more unique than this. Here is a Mercury Sable Convertible Concept car. Apparently, Ford was toying with the idea of making the Sable… more»

The Other Fox Body: 1983 Mercury Capri RS 5.0

The Mercury Capri is seen far less frequently than its Fox-body twin, the Ford Mustang. Even harder to find are the desirable RS cars, equipped with the… more»

Solid Project: 1967 Mercury Cougar

Sitting in Marietta, Georgia, is this 1967 Mercury Cougar, just waiting for someone to breathe new life into it. The car not only appears to be complete,… more»

California Comet for $2,200: 1962 Mercury Comet

Here’s a good looking blank slate for you Mercury lovers, this one would be great restored back to original spec or modded a bit. It’s a 1962 Mercury… more»

Finishing Touches Required: 1970 Mercury Cougar

I know that there are readers who are going to look at this 1970 Mercury Cougar and see a project car that needs little work to complete,… more»

Gentleman’s Turbo: 1986 Mercury Cougar XR7

When it comes to sleeper coupes of the 80s, the Mercury Cougar XR7 is sadly overlooked. Featuring the same turbocharged powerplant as the more sporting Thunderbird Turbo… more»

Blank Canvas Project: 1950 Mercury 2-Door Coupe

The owner of this 1950 Mercury Coupe describes it as a real blank canvas, and he is absolutely right. This is a car that the new owner… more»

302 V8 Swap Bargain? 1963 Mercury Comet

The age-old debate between Ford and Chevy goes back a little more than a hundred years now, but were there ever rivalries between different car divisions made… more»

For Sporting Gentlmen: 1970 Mercury Cyclone GT

The Mercury Cyclone GT has been described as the car for the sporting gentleman who placed an emphasis on style and comfort. That is not to say… more»

Bargain Bobcat: 1979 Mercury Bobcat

I don’t know if you have noticed, but the price of classic cars that used to be everyday cars, that were nothing so special, have been on the… more»

Breezeway Roof: 1963 Mercury Monterey Custom

In 1963, Mercury reached back to the 1958 Mercury Turnpike Cruiser and the 1958 to 1960 Continental Mark series to borrow the roof line of some of its… more»

Affordable Muscle: 1969 Mercury Marauder

For whatever reason, the Marauder has never hung around long. For each of its three iterations, the first run was its longest at only three years. Too… more»

One Family Cat: 1971 Mercury Cougar

This 1971 Cougar has only had three owners since new, and all of the owners have been from the same family, and they all lived within a… more»

Project With Parts: 1968 Mercury Cougar XR-7

The Ford Mustang and Plymouth Barracuda may have been the first pony cars, but Mercury upped the game a bit when it came out with the Cougar… more»

Cream Puff Survivor: 1970 Mercury Marquis

Apart from the Oldsmobile wheel covers (only on this side of the car) this 1970 Mercury Marquis could be a five-year old used car. It only has… more»

Rare Project Car: 1963 Mercury Comet S22 Convertible

The Mercury Comet first appeared as a Convertible in 1963, and that year also marked the introduction of a V8 engine into the range. This particular Comet… more»

33,000 Genuine Miles: 1962 Mercury Monterey Sedan

The owner of this 1962 Mercury Monterey claims that from a few feet away the car looks new, and the photos seem to bear out that claim…. more»