Mercury was a division of the Ford Motors Company established in 1938 by Edsel Ford. Originally created to be the mid-range luxury section of Ford manufactured cars, Mercury cars were, for over fifty years, some of the nicest cars available on… Read More ›
Stage 1 A brand new Flathead V8 block with a lot of the inherent issues from the original engineered out. Description The perfect Ford-Mercury block! Outstanding casting quality thanks to modern foundry technology. – Brand new, no cracks, no rust…. Read More ›
After a one-year absence, the Capri returned to Mercury dealers in 1979, this time as a badge-engineered Fox-body Ford Mustang. To promote the model’s sporty nature and highlight the performance potential of a four-cylinder engine, Mercury borrowed a page from… Read More ›
Built by Coachcraft, Peter Stengel’s ’41 Mercury was a masterpiece of prewar design – Kurt Ernst @Hemmings
Coachbuilt cars are typically associated with marques like Duesenberg, Packard, and Rolls-Royce, but California shop Coachcraft worked with more attainable brands, too. This Coachcraft-built 1941 Mercury Sedanca de Ville custom, created for banking heir Peter Stengel, features a one-of-a-kind body and… Read More ›
All-Electric, Tesla-Powered 1949 Mercury Sleeper by Icon – Jacob Davis @automobilemag.com and @Rich Rebuilds on YouTube
There is something for everyone at SEMA each year, whether you like meticulously crafted show cars or lifted trucks on stretched tires. The wide variety of vehicles can make it hard to stand out from the crowd, but Icon has done just that with… Read More ›
Daniel Strohl Jun 12th, 2013 at 8am Photos courtesy Coys. While many associate custom cars with 1950s California-based customizers like George and Sam Barris, Bill Hines and Gene Winfield, they really followed in the footsteps of an earlier generation of… Read More ›
1950 Mercury Eight Convertible.
Q-Code Convertible: 1973 Mercury Cougar XR-7.
1969 Mercury Cougar Sports Special.