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»

READER AD: 1973 Mercury Montego GT

Alright, so Reader Tim D’s Mercury has some issues, but this Montego GT runs and drives as is. It’s a 351 V8 car and he claims it runs strong. The interior is all there but needs some work to… more»

1986 Mercury Colony Park LS Wagon Survivor!

This beautiful time capsule of a 1986 Mercury Colony Park LS wagon has never been driven in the winter and it has always been parked in a garage. It can be found here on eBay in Bangor, Pennsylvania and… more»

Luxury Family Wagon: 1987 Mercury Colony Park

For some of us, the demise of the family station wagon has left a hole that will probably never be filled. It means that those who have their hearts set on such a car have to search around for… more»

Key Lime Survivor: 1971 Mercury Comet

At the moment, bidding seems downright reasonable for this clean California survivor Mercury Comet, wearing great colors and packing V8 power. It’s listed at no reserve, and the seller claims he chased the longtime owners for years in hopes… more»

Stored 26 Years: 1970 Mercury Marauder X-100

It would be fun to do a survey of Barn Finds readers to see how old we all are. Not that it matters for what type of vehicle or era of vehicle that a person is interested in, but… more»

A Solid Survivor: 1953 Mercury M250

One of these days, I’m going to have to buy one of these old trucks! This Mercury version of the Ford F-250 has an incredible look to it, with the kind of look that only nature can create. It’s… more»

One Owner Classic: 1953 Mercury Monterey Convertible

Finding a one owner classic car is always great, but to find a one owner car that is 66-years-old is even better. That’s precisely what this 1953 Mercury Monterey Convertible is. The original owner purchased the vehicle new and… more»

Rare Barn Find! 1954 Mercury M100 Pickup

Mercury of Canada produced its own version of Ford trucks from 1946 until as late as 1968. Rural Canadian towns usually had either a Mercury or Ford dealer and this arrangement put trucks in the showrooms of both. This… more»

The Orphan Child: 1960 Comet

Originally intended to be released as part of the ailing Edsel product range, the Comet eventually became a Mercury model when Ford decided to end the Edsel experiment. However, from its introduction in 1960, through until 1962, the Comet… more»

Swan Song: 1990 Mercury Colony Park Survivor

It’s almost like the Mercury Colony Park and its Ford relative, the Country Squire retired a little early. While Chrysler was doing well with its minivan, Ford only offered the Aerostar truck-based van by the time these wagons retired… more»