Affordable Luxury: 1990 Mercury Grand Marquis GS

If you’ve always wanted your own slice of affordable luxury motoring, then maybe this 1990 Mercury Grand Marquis GS is a car that is worth a second look. It’s a car that offers reasonable levels of comfort, luxury, and… more»

Serious Potential: 1949 Mercury M68 Pickup

Montana is a state that is home to a great many natural wonders, but it also appears to be the home of many older Pickups. This 1949 Mercury M68 is a perfect example, and it looks like a pretty… more»

Stored 40 Years! 1968 Mercury Colony Park

This beautiful car is from a 300-vehicle collection in California, according to the seller, and it’s a barn find that has been in storage for the last 40 years. It’s a 1968 Mercury Colony Park and it can be… more»

Restore Or Wreck? 1971 Mercury Cougar GT

The future of this 1971 Cougar GT is very much in the balance, and its future may lie as a restoration project, or it may become a donor car for another restoration project. There are some rust issues, but… more»

21k Genuine Miles: 1990 Mercury Grand Marquis

For a person looking for a more luxurious classic car, offerings from the now extinct Mercury range are certainly worth a look. Mercury offered some extremely nice cars, and while this 1990 Grand Marquis GS might not excite some… more»

1-of-341: 1970 Cyclone Spoiler 429 SCJ Drag Pack!

Some cars are renowned for their subtlety, but this Cyclone Spoiler 429 Super Cobra Jet has all of the subtlety of a sledgehammer. This car was designed for one purpose, and that was to cover the standing ¼ mile… more»

Chicken Coop Finds: Dells Auto Museum Collection

In Wisconsin are the remains of a great collection, with dozens of classic muscle cars and cruisers awaiting restoration. The founders of the Dells Auto Museum have amassed a sizable collection of significant vehicles, and the editors at Hot… more»

Mercury Rising: 1951 Mercury Pickup

It really seems that there have been quite a few nice old pickups coming out of the woodwork, and the vast majority of them seem to be ready for an owner to stamp their own mark on them. This… more»

Worth The Effort: 1950 Mercury Convertible

The 1949 Mercury was the first new car from that company following the end of World War II, and an effort was made to differentiate the Mercury from its Ford cousins. In 1950, the car underwent some minor styling… more»

Visit to RI Junkyard With Fellow Barn Finders!

Recently, we profiled a Cadillac Eldorado coupe which had been photographed several times over the years as part of large junkyard collection in Rhode Island. You can read the full post here on Barn Finds, and today, a few Barn Finds readers… more»

Sitting Since ’65: 1953 Mercury Monterey Convertible

This 1953 Mercury Monterey Convertible was parked in a shed in 1965, and that is where it has remained until recently. Now that it has been brought out into the light of day, it seems to have survived reasonably… more»

Original 1950 Mercury Coupe

It isn’t every day that you find a respectable, original 1950 Mercury coupe. This one that is located in Milton, Florida can be yours with a buy it now price of $10,000 or the ability to make an offer…. more»

28k Genuine Miles: 1967 Mercury Cougar

The owner of this ’67 Cougar describes it as an original survivor. While it isn’t perfect, the condition is certainly such that is you were looking for a car to drive and enjoy, rather than a Concours example, then… more»

Twin Cats: 1973 Mercury Cougar XR-7 Convertibles

A few days ago, we featured a couple of ultra low mileage 1978 Cadillac Eldorado twins here on Barn Finds. While it would have been ideal for those two cars that were bought by its original owner to stay… more»

Cheap Driver: 1973 Mercury Comet

With two doors and a couple of engines, this driving condition Mercury Comet is a very straight and rust free machine. Needing some fine polishing and a couple of seats, this Comet could be a very nice driver with… more»

Junkyard Finds: Classics at Yank-A-Part Yard

One of the comments I make most frequently to salvage yard owners is that they should put their most unusual or special parts cars and trucks online, somewhere, anywhere, in order to drive foot traffic and phone calls. Few… more»