Saturday, February 4, 2017

Temperature's Rising: 1954 Mercury Sedan

The 1954 Mercury sedan was slightly massaged version of the Mercury introduced in 1952, which isn't a bad thing at all because the Mercury is a sweet looking classic with an overhead valve Ford Y-block V8 up front.  Find this 1954 Mercury Sedan offered for $8,999 in Eastern CT via craigslist. Tip from FuelTruck.


The seller lists this thing as a Mercury Mariner, but I don't think Mercury made a Mariner in fifty four...but I've been wrong before and am certainly no expert on '54 Mercs.  REGARDLESS, I can say that getting a good running/driving/looking classic piece of American 50's iron for less than $10k is indeed an oddity.  A good oddity. 



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4 comments:

  1. Jimmy Hoffa trunk? Check
    Unusual exhaust pipe running from upside down cast iron manifold across front of engine? Check
    Oil bath air cleaner? Check
    Low price? Check
    Want? Check

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  2. Ford Y blocks had a lot of the exhuast set up same as this one my buddys Dad had a early 60's with a 292 y block had that front balance pipe to hook the exhaust up i always thought the y blocks were ugly-dated compared to a SBC.

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  3. The first car I can remember was a turquoise '54 Mercury in fact I have a picture somewhere. I think the rear end and the lights are one of the prettier designs of the fifties.

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  4. By the way.I think thats a Monterey. A Mariner is a modern version of an Escape.

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