Mercury car books cover the history and development of the Mercury automobile models.
Mercury is an automobile marque of the Ford Motor Company founded in 1939 by Edsel Ford, son of Henry Ford.
Mercury Gold Portfolio 1947-1966 by R M Clarke (2006). Throughout the period covered in this book American auto manufacturers were engaged in a process of competing for excess and the designers and engineers at Mercury were fully committed.
Mercury Muscle Cars 1966-1971 by R M Clarke (1984)
Mercury Road Test 1947-59 by R M Clarke (1998)
55 Years Of Mercury: The Complete History Of The Big M by John Gunnell (1994) is a must have if you are a Mercury fan. It shows all of the forgotten muscle cars. It also gives you some ideas as far as a good project car. It has all the styles and details about that style of car you wouldn't even think of.
Mercury Automobiles 1939-1959 Photo Archive by John Moloney (2007)
Mercury Muscle Cars by David Newhardt (1999) covers all the legendary editions of Mercury classics like the Cougar, Marauder, Cyclone and Cyclone Spoiler, and Comet. Detailed for the first time are the development of the Cougar XR 7, essentially an upscale Mustang; the evolution of the road-going Cyclone into its racing counterparts; and rare models and special editions like the Dan Gurney and Cale Yarborough Cyclones, Colour photographs depict these seldom celebrated cars in mint condition. All Ford hi-po engines are covered.
The Bobcat was the Mercury version of the Ford Pinto in the US in 1975.
The Mercury Brougham was the Ford Motor Company's flagship Mercury model during its two year run from 1967-1968.
The Mercury Capri were sold by the Ford Motor Company's Lincoln-Mercury division from 1970 to 1986.
The Mercury Colony Park was the top-of-the-line full-size station wagon offered by Mercury between 1957 and 1991.
The Mercury Comet was an automobile produced by the Mercury division of the Ford Motor Company between 1960 and 1977
Mercury Comet And Cyclone Limited Edition Extra 1960-1975 by R M Clarke (2006)
Mercury Comet: A History In Advertising 1960-1971 by William McBride (2001) CD ROM contains a browsable collection of colour and b/w ads carefully scanned from original magazines and newspapers.
The Mercury Commuter was Mercury's lowest-priced full-size station wagon from 1957 to 1968.
The Mercury Cougar was an automobile sold under the Mercury brand of the Ford Motor Company's Lincoln-Mercury Division from 1967 to 2002.
Mercury Cougar 1967-1973 by Chris Halla (1984)
Mercury Cougar 1967-1987 by Gary Witzenburg (1987)
The Mercury Custom was only manufactured in 1956.
The Mercury Cyclone was produced from 1964 to 1972, beginning as an option for the 1964 Mercury Comet and continuing as a Mercury Comet Cyclone for the next three years.
The Mercury LN7 (1982-1988) was one of the first two-seaters that Ford offered in 25 years.
The Mercury Lynx was a compact car produced by the Ford Motor Company for its Mercury division from 1981 to 1987.
The Mercury Marauder was the name of several different automobiles made by the Mercury division of Ford Motor Company from 1963 to 2004.
The Mercury Marquis was a vehicle produced by the Ford Motor Company under its Mercury brand from 1967 to 1986. It began as a full-size car, but became a mid-size in 1983.
The Mercury Meteor was an automobile model produced by the Lincoln Mercury division of the Ford Motor Company from 1961 to 1963.
The Mercury Monarch was a mid-sized sedan manufactured by the Ford Motor Company from 1975 through to 1980.
The Mercury Montclair was a full size automobile produced by the Mercury Division of the Ford Motor Company from 1955 to 1957.
The Mercury Montego was a mid-size vehicle in Ford's Mercury line from 1968-76.
The Mercury Monterey is a full-size near-luxury car introduced by the Mercury division of the Ford Motor Company in 1950.
The Mercury Park Lane was a fullsize automobile produced by the Mercury division of the Ford Motor Company from 1958 to 1960.
The S-55 joined the existing Mercury 'S' or 'Special' line consisting of the S-22 Comet and S-33 Meteor. The Comet S-22 was introduced in 1961 while the Meteor S-33 like the S-55 was introduced in 1962.
The Mercury Topaz is a compact car that was manufactured by the Mercury division of Ford Motor Company for model years 1984 to 1994.
The Mercury Turnpike Cruiser was a model of the Mercury Division of the Ford Motor Company that was produced from 1957 to 1958.
The Mercury Voyager was a variant of the Mercury Turnpike Cruiser built in 1957.
The Mercury Zephyr was a compact car sold by the Lincoln-Mercury division of Ford Motor Company in the North American market from 1978 to 1983.