Junkyard Treasure: 1991 Mercury Grand Marquis LS

Ford’s now-defunct Mercury Department initially began using the Marquis name in 1967, on a sporty full-size hardtop based upon the Ford LTD, after that started usingthe Grand Marquis beginning in the 1979 model year These large, blocky deluxe cars were changed by large, curved deluxe cars (on the same platform) beginningRead More →

Junkyard Treasure: 1981 Ford LTD Nation Squire

Ford started utilizing the Nation Squire name to mark the leading trim degree of its greatest terminal wagon designs back in the 1950 model year, with Nation Squire manufacturing proceeding right via the last of the squared-offFord LTD Crown Victorias in 1991 All Nation Squires had timber (1950-1951) or “timber”Read More →

Junkyard Treasure: 1967 Ford Fairlane Ranchero

After years of making lots of pounds marketing coupe utilities Down Under (Australia really did not switch to the dollar as well as its advanced decimalized system until 1966), Ford determined to start offering a modern-day ute in the USA for the 1957 design year. This was our introduction to theRead More →