It was shocking. I was going through the ClassicCars.com Marketplace website looking for potential Picks of the Day and noticed that a dealer in Holliston, Massachusetts, was asking $155,000 for a 1967 Mercury Comet. Might that price be a typo, I wondered. Wouldn’t $15,500 be a more likely price for a mid-’60s Comet? I clicked […]
The Pick of the Day is a low-mileage original packing its correct 289 V8
Pick of the Day is a special edition S-22 model
Pick of the Day also has factory-optional two-tone paint and vinyl roof
You gotta love sleepers. This 1965 Mercury Comet Caliente hardtop might not technically be called a sleeper since it is a high-performance version of the midsize Mercury of the era.
‘The wife says… Must sell,” according to the private party offering this 1963 Mercury Comet convertible for sale.
“Dad,” said Abby, my 14-year-old and youngest daughter. “If you go to jail tonight, where am I going to go?” Ah, from the mouth of babes… Although I knew she’d have been OK, my co-worker John Clor and his wife, Jenny, would have taken Abby for the night, my daughter’s words were enough to convince […]
Our series on car companies with unusual names continues as we keep working our way through The Beaulieu Encyclopedia of the Automobile, today we start on Volume III: Panache — “The Panache can rightly be said to have had absolutely none of the eponymous quality,” the Encyclopedia notes. It explains that Panache Cars of Blackburn, […]
Tanner Foust knows donuts, and in celebration of National Donut Today (June 5), the Volkswagen driver is demonstrating his skills not only on the tarmac but in the kitchen. “Tanner Foust knows how to cook up a proper donut – at least of the automotive kind,” says Volkswagen of America. “The Volkswagen R brand ambassador […]