Park Lane

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»

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»

390 Z-Code! 1964 Mercury Park Lane Super Marauder

The Park Lane made its debut in the Mercury showrooms for the 1958 model year, and it filled the bill as a premium offering for the automaker.  The first-generation cars only lasted until 1960, but it was then re-introduced… more»

Needs Nothing! 1964 Mercury Park Lane

Get a load of this! This is an absolutely beautiful 1964 Mercury Park Lane convertible. Sure, we can wax on about how modern cars are so much safer, reliable, cleaner, more fuel-efficient, and possess better road manners, etc. Yeah,… more»

Muscle Car Drop-Top? 1966 Mercury Park Lane

The Park Lane was the flagship car in Mercury’s full-size lineup during most of the 1960s. This 1966 Park Lane convertible is a running project, with a unique engine/transmission combination. It has a 428 V8 and a 4-speed which… more»

Original Survivor: 1965 Mercury Park Lane Marauder

While it may not be perfect, this 1965 Mercury Park Lane Marauder is an original and unmolested survivor whose condition is well above average. It has only had two owners throughout its lifetime, and the time has come for… more»

390 Super Marauder V8: 1965 Mercury Park Lane Convertible

This sweet car is a Barn Finds “boomerang” – the seller bought it off BF listing a couple of years ago and decided to use BF again when it came to pass the vehicle along to someone else! It’s… more»

Super Survivor: 1966 Mercury Park Lane “410”

You have to go back quite a few years to find a Mercury that was a Mercury and not a gussied-up Ford. By the mid-sixties the Mercury absorption was in full swing but not entirely enacted, Mercury still planted… 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»

77k Miles: 1965 Mercury Park Lane Marauder

It isn’t clear how long this 1965 Mercury Park Lane Marauder has been sitting around in its garage, but I think that it would be fairly safe to assume that it has been a reasonable length of time. When… more»