Mercury

Hidden For Decades: Massive Barn Find In Pennsylvania!

A YouTube personality recently captured a major discovery in Pennsylvania of a collection of American muscle and hot rods that hasn’t seen the light of day in years. Matt Murray, who runs the YouTube channelĀ Iron Trap Garage, got wind… more»

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Beauty And Beast: 1969 Mercury Marauder X-100

If I had a Top-10 Best Car Names List, this 1969 Mercury Marauder X-100 would have to be somewhere in the mix. This two-owner Marauder X-100 can be found here on eBay in Las Vegas, Nevada. There is an… more»

31,500 Mile 1981 Mercury Zephyr

As a somewhat more luxurious counterpart to the Ford Fairmont, this 1981 Mercury Zephyr was still not very luxurious compared to anything available today in the medium luxury class. But, that’s what makes it such an interesting era and… more»

Pick One: Five FoMoCo Woodgrains!

Not one, not two, not three, not even four, but five wood-grained 1964 to 1990 Ford and Mercury wagons are being sold by the same self-professed station wagon fan in Bangor, Pennsylvania. They are listed here on craigslist for… more»

Solid Survivor: 1956 Mercury Monterey Hardtop

It appears that life has been quite kind to this 1956 Mercury Monterey Hardtop. The majority of that life has been spent in California, and this has no doubt helped the vehicle to remain solid and rust-free. It now… more»

Fox Body Rarity: 1986 Mercury Capri ASC McLaren

If the usual assortment of Fox Body models no longer gets your blood pumping, the obscure and limited production ASC McLaren conversions could be worth a look. This one is a Mercury Capri with the soft top, and it… more»

Smooth Operator: 1972 Mercury Marquis Brougham

The owner of this beautiful 1972 Mercury Marquis Brougham two-door hardtop says that it’s one of the smoothest cars that they have ever driven. I don’t doubt that one bit. This smooth operator can be found here on eBay… more»

One Owner? 1965 Mercury Park Lane Marauder

The seller of this 1965 Mercury Park Lane Marauder tells us that it is technically a one-owner car, having remained in the name of the original purchaser since new. It can be found here on eBay in Rescue, California… more»

EXCLUSIVE: 1966 Mercury Park Lane With 79K Miles

SOLD UPDATE – The seller of this Park Lane, Brian C, asked if we could offer it for him as an Exclusive! So, if you’d love to have this Mercury, you can now contact him directly through his Barn… more»

Preserved XR7: 1991 Mercury Cougar

This 1991 Mercury Cougar XR7 may not be the most collectible car on the market, but it sure seems to make sense as a cheap entry-level classic that would be pretty easy to live with. Listed for sale as… more»

BF AUCTION: 1951 Mercury Eight Coupe

So, we’ve saved the best for last with Nathan G’s auctions! Don’t get me wrong, the other cars are all cool, but this Merc is a clean driver. It’s going to need some work, but this one isn’t a… more»

BF AUCTION: 1951 Mercury Eight Coupe Project

SOLD When we featured Nathan G’s Mercedes 220A, we had a few people ask about the other Merc sitting next to it. Well, that 1951 Mercury also needs to go! It’s a big project, but it’s complete and could… more»

One Solid Truck: 1949 Mercury M68 Survivor

The guys up in Sweet Grass, Montana just keep finding more great old Canadian trucks! I’m honestly not sure how they do it, but I hope they can keep finding ones like this Mercury! Of all the late ’40s… more»

Super Clean And Loaded: 1977 Mercury Cougar XR-7

Full-sized cars of the ’70s rarely get much attention, but this 1977 Mercury Cougar XR-7 in Bellbrook, Ohio demands a second look for multiple reasons. First, it’s got beautiful paint; look at the shine on this barn-find beauty! Second,… more»

Worth $4,900? 1974 Mercury Marquis Brougham

This 1974 Mercury Marquis Brougham is an attractive driver that came from the Midwest before landing in Milford, Massachusetts, where it’s currently listed for $4,900. The Marquis is equipped with the 460 V8, which in 1974, suffered from reduced… more»

Farm Truck: 1952 Mercury M1 Pickup

This 1952 Mercury M1 Pickup is a project that stalled fairly early, meaning that the next owner can freely choose which direction they would like to head in with the vehicle. Given how solid it is, it would seem… more»