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This green and white beauty is a 1973 Ford Maverick Grabber.  With is being a Grabber it has the 302 V8, and this one comes with factory air as well.  Sign me up!

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I wanted to post an Edsel today, but I’ve been working on my wagon lately so I’m kind of in a station wagon mood.  So, combine the 2 and we have a 1958 Edsel Villager Station Wagon!  Groovy car, and I love the instrument panel.  But they list this wagon as the correct “Spring Green” paint.  I know that monitors can differ when they show colors, but I’m pretty sure that this color does not occur naturally in nature.

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I’d still like to get a little truck, and a Ford Courier would be a good way to go.  I would rather the earlier style (TOP) than the later (BOTTOM), but I would love either!

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I was watching a car show on Netflix yesterday.  You know the show, the one with 3 crazy guys doing all kinds of strange things in different cars.  Well in this episode they were supposedly using and abusing the 3 worst cars of all time.  Along with a 80’s model Yugo and a 2004 Aztek, there was a Mustang II.  Really?  C’mon now.  I know that it pales in comparison with most of the other Mustangs throughout the years, but one of the worst cars of all time?

Anyway, here is a fine looking example of said car, this one a 1975 Ford Mustang II Ghia, complete with a V8 to move it along.  It’s not so bad, right?

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1977 Mercury Comet.  A gussied up Ford Maverick, I’m guessing that this one has the 302 in it judging by the hood and rims.  So what do you think: Did Mercury week go out with a BANG or a whimper?

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This ‘62 Mercury Comet survivor is my kind of car…..all the way down to the little straight six engine, skinny tires, red steelies, and surface rust!

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Who needs a Mustang when you’ve got a meaty car like this 1969 Mercury Cougar convertible?

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For your consideration: a 1964 Mercury Park Lane Marauder 4-door hardtop in Samoan Coral.  Wonderful lines and detail on this car.  Answer me this though, can a man have a car this color as his daily driver?

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Today’s 1954 Mercury Monterey is pure classic.  Great coloring, all the way down to those wonderful hubcaps!

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Next up for Mercury week is this 1947 Mercury pickup truck.  I would think that these are pretty rare.  And how about that fabulous flathead V8?