Tuesday, March 10, 2020

Burn It With Fire: 1984 Mercury Lynx

The lynx rufus (commonly known as the North American bobcat) is a medium sized wildcat that hits the scales at somewhere in the sub 40lbs range and can top 30 mph in sprint.  The Mercury Lynx is a small sized econobox that hits the scales at 2200 lbs and can hit about 86 mph...but I'd guess that having a real live bobcat in your garage would be far less dangerous than a Mercury Lynx.  Find this 1984 Mercury Lynx offered for $999 in Placida, FL via craigslist. Tip from Dascpcu.


From the seller:

1984 Mercury Lynx
VIN: 1MEBP65H2EW615500
condition: good
fuel: diesel
paint color: blue
title status: clean
transmission: manual
type: hatchback
Selling a bluish grey 1984 mercury lynx diesel car in good shape but hasn’t been driven for few years . 4 door.. 5 speed stick shift Selling for $999 or best offer please contact Ralph via text or call anytime


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5 comments:

  1. This thing has to be as rare as any of the homemade kit cars featured on this site. I know, as I sold Lincoln/Mercury products from 1983-1986.

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    1. 3 years is a long time to sell Lincoln/Mercury products...have you recovered yet!?!?!

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  2. Actually, this truly is the Missing Lynx. Pretty rare. Has the 2L Mazda diesel with 5 spd manual. Mighty 52 hp, but reported to have 68 mpg for a range of >880 miles (long slow miles).

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  3. $999 in Placida? Add another 9 in Spokane.

    Wrong coast for this one.

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