Field Find Project: 1955 Mercury Montclair

The Montclair was a new edition to the Mercury portfolio in 1955, slotted above the more pedestrian (if a Mercury could be thought of that way) Monterey. Montclair would comprise nearly one-third of all Mercury production that year and… more»

Nicest One Left? 1974 Mercury Comet

The 1970s Mercury Comet was a rebadged version of the popular Ford Maverick. But the Comet sold in far fewer numbers, perhaps one to every Maverick that Ford cranked out. This very nice 1974 edition of the Comet looks… more»

Rare Yacht Deck Siding: 1968 Mercury Park Lane Convertible

It’s an uncommon occurrence when a car has such a strong on-screen presence that it ends up stealing the show, like the Trans Am in the Burt Reynolds movie or Challenger in the flick most Mopar fans can’t get… more»

BF Auction: 1970 Mercury Cougar XR7 428CJ

It is fair to say that in the world of performance cars, some are created more equal than others. That is the case with this 1970 Mercury Cougar XR7. It is a highly-optioned classic that perfectly combines luxury with… more»

Mint 11k-Mile Merc! 1984 Mercury Grand Marquis Colony Park LS Station Wagon

I find it ironic that the seller couldn’t fit the entire station wagon in the photograph. Maybe he/she isn’t a great photographer, but in all fairness, this boxy beast is whopping 218″ long. So, how does a 39-year-old luxury… more»

1-Owner 5.0! 1993 Mercury Cougar Classic Edition

When a car is bought new in 1993 and driven until the owner is 95 years young, there’s some serious love going on there, which is the story of this 1993 Mercury Cougar for sale here on Craigslist.  The… more»

63k Original Miles: 1952 Mercury Monterey Special Custom Coupe

For your consideration is the nicest 1952 Mercury Monterey we’ve ever featured here on Barn Finds. As is typical with many craigslist ads, there is very little information and details shared about this fine-looking hardtop coupe. The seller says… more»

J-Code 4-Speed! 1968 Mercury Cougar XR7

Running across a J-Code 1968 Mustang is enough to make just about any Ford enthusiast’s day, but an even rarer event is finding a Cougar of the same vintage with this coveted letter in the VIN.  The Cougar got… more»

Bright Red Beauty! 1972 Mercury Montego MX

Even in a more tranquil color like white or maroon, both of which were factory choices on the 1972 Mercury Montego, you’d garner plenty of attention driving around in one of these sleek early seventies offerings.  But in a… more»

Maverick Clone: 1973 Mercury Comet GT

Ford introduced the Maverick compact in 1969 and it was nearly as successful as the Mustang five years prior. Mercury had a void in its product offering, so in 1971 a rebadged version of the Maverick debuted as the… more»

30K-Mile 1978 Mercury Grand Marquis

“Medium-priced luxury” was Mercury’s description of the mid-level Grand Marquis, and for the era, it was a big, smooth, quiet luxurious car. Actually, it still is today, and with modern, powerful, luxury SUV gas mileage levels, too. The seller,… more»

Container Find! 1958 Mercury Turnpike Cruiser

The signing of the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1956 led to the creation of today’s interstate highway system. As a nod to the future that lay ahead, Mercury launched the Turnpike Cruiser, built in 1957 and 1958 as a… more»

Eight-Seat Survivor: 1991 Mercury Grand Marquis LS Colony Park

When American manufacturers included station wagons within their model range, many buyers purchased them as a matter of necessity. It often meant foregoing performance and luxury in the name of practicality. However, there were exceptions to this general rule,… more»

1-of-2,584: 1968 Mercury Park Lane

In the mid-to-late 1960s, Park Lane was the upper end of the full-size Mercury line-up. And it was available in the same two-door fastback body style as the Ford Galaxie 500. Scarcely 2,600 were built in that configuration in… more»

69k Original Miles: 1968 Mercury Cougar XR7

By 1968, the pony car war was in full swing. Most American manufacturers wanted a slice of the pie. Against a background of initial misgivings from Ford management, Mercury joined the party in 1967 with its Cougar range. The… more»

10k Miles! 1978 Mercury Marquis

Buyers had one last chance to purchase a really large Mercury Marquis in 1978, measuring over 19 feet in length, before the car got a total redesign the following year that included shaving off nearly 17 inches and a… more»