mercury

10 Sickest Mercury Cars Ever Made – Martin Peter @HotCars

In the 1930s, Ford was getting slaughtered in the mid-priced market by the likes of Dodge and Oldsmobile. To save the company, Edsel Ford – the legendary Henry Ford’s son – established the Mercury brand in 1939, serving as a… Read More ›

Here’s What Happened To James Dean’s 1949 Mercury From Rebel Without A Cause – Arun Singh Pundir @HotCars

Here’s more about the ’49 Mercury from Rebel Without A Cause and where it is now… The Mercury Eight line was brought forth by Ford’s now-defunct Mercury division; however, the nameplate tasted sweet success between 1939 and 1951.  In 1955, the world… Read More ›

How an EPA cheating fine kept Ford from selling its 1974-built Capri IIs until the 1976 model year – Mark J McCourt @Hemmings

It was during a recent conversation about Capri II values for a Hemmings Stock Exchange feature that Ford Capri racer, Capri Club North America founder, and proprietor of Capri parts specialist firm Team Blitz, Norm Murdock, told me the fascinating story as to why we… Read More ›

From the lost era of downsized American performance comes a low-mileage 1979 Mercury Capri RS Turbo – Daniel Strohl @Hemmings

Of course, I’m partial to the late Seventies American performance hatches, which seem to have largely gone overlooked in the fervor to embrace Eighties and Nineties cars as the next wave of collectibles. These were the cars that showed how Wangers-era… Read More ›

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