Road Runner Alternative? 1969 Mercury Cyclone CJ 428

When it comes to muscle cars, the Chevies, Pontiacs and Mopars seem to dominate the scene. But don’t forget that Mercury was in the mix, too, in the 1960s and theirs was called the Cyclone. If you wanted all-out… more»

One Elderly Owner: 1971 Mercury Comet

One owner classics will always be an attractive proposition because long-term ownership usually indicates that a car has been treated with respect. That is especially true when you find an original survivor like this 1971 Mercury Comet. It is… more»

1986 Mercury Capri 5.0 Survivor!

If you want a Fox-body but don’t want to drive a Mustang, the Mercury Capri is the answer you’re looking for. Available with the venerable 5.0L V8 and a manual gearbox but with slightly revised exterior styling, it’s certainly… more»

Original 390: 1968 Mercury Cyclone GT

This 1968 Mercury Cyclone GT is an attractive car, but the owner does admit that it would benefit from a cosmetic refresh. Its rust problems are insignificant, but it does have one flaw that will have you scratching your… more»

One of 341! 1970 Mercury Cyclone Spoiler SCJ 4-Speed

This is quite a find, it’s a genuine 1970 Mercury Cyclone Spoiler, not a Cyclone GT, but a performance car that came equipped with some pretty serious hardware. Unfortunately, time has gotten the better of it, but there is… more»

Chop Top Merc: 1951 Mercury Custom

1950 and 51 Mercury sedans are a staple of custom and hot rod history. They have great lines from the factory that lend themselves to customization. This one is an older restoration, but it still looks really good. It… more»

46K Miles! 1958 Mercury Commuter Wagon

Beautiful, I don’t know how else to describe this low-mile, rust-free 1958 Mercury Commuter wagon – just plain beautiful. A two-door hardtop wagon in tri-tone yellow, white, and black with wide whitewall tires almost perfectly defines the automotive scene… more»

Turbo Project: 1986 Mercury Capri

This 1986 Mercury Capri is the less-frequently seen sibling to the Ford Mustang of the same era, and is made rarer still for being equipped with the turbocharged four-cylinder engine that was shared between the two models. While the… more»

No Reserve: 1963 Mercury Meteor

Emotions can be a powerful driver in our lives, and they can lead us to make some interesting decisions. That is why the owner of this 1963 Mercury Meteor has placed the car on the market. He inherited the… more»

Nicest One Left? 1983 Mercury Lynx LS

The Mercury Lynx was a rebadged version of the Ford Escort subcompact. Both cars would debut in the Fall of 1980 for the 1981 model year, replacing the Pinto and Bobcat. They were inspired by the European Mk III… more»

Solid Project: 1967 Mercury Cougar XR7

This 1967 Mercury Cougar XR7 has been sitting for decades. As is often the case, the owner commenced the restoration process brimming with enthusiasm and good intentions, but the project stalled when a car more to his liking appeared… more»

1 of 4,865: 1963 Mercury Meteor S-33

The Meteor nameplate was short-lived at Mercury and was likely tied to all the hype with space travel in the early 1960s. The car would start as a full-size model for just one year (1961) and then become an… more»

1 of 304 Ram Air 428 Auto! 1969 Mercury Cougar

If buying a yard sale puzzle in a plastic bag excites you – the thrill of wondering how many pieces are missing, the challenge of assembling it with no documentation… take a close look at this Mercury! The 1969… more»

Two Years Only: 1957 Mercury Turnpike Cruiser

The American automobile industry has produced cars with some evocative names that have stood the test of time decades after they first saw the light of day. Mustang, Stingray, Cougar, ‘Cuda. All of these badges prompt a response in… more»

Older Restoration: 1962 Mercury Comet

Most folks don’t know or remember that the Comet was original planned to be an Edsel product. That idea went out the window when Edsel folded, so the already-committed Comet was sold at Mercury dealers in 1960-61 without any… more»

34k Miles Captive Import: 1971 Mercury Capri

By 1970-71, all the domestic automakers offered some version of a sub-compact car. Ford had the Pinto, Chevy had the Vega, and AMC lopped off part of the Hornet to come up with the Gremlin. Mercury went a different… more»