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1949 Mercury Eight Atlantic Blue Metallic 1/18 Diecast Model Car by Auto World

$118.99
  • Brand new 1/18 scale diecast car model of 1949 Mercury Eight Atlantic Blue Metallic die cast model car by Auto World.
  • Limited edition.
  • Brand new box.
  • Real rubber tires.
  • True-to-scale detail.
  • Has steerable wheels.
  • Opening hood and doors.
  • Officially licensed product.
  • Made of diecast with some plastic parts.
  • Manufacturer's original unopened packaging.
  • Detailed interior, exterior, engine compartment.
  • Dimensions approximately L-10.5, W-4.25, H-3.5 inches.
  • The first postwar Mercury was introduced in the 1949 model year. The flathead V8 was upped to 255 CID and now producing 110 horsepower—slightly more power than the also newly designed 1949 Ford Coupe. A new overdrive system was optional, activated by a handle under the dash. The Mercury Eight used full instrumentation found in round dials, two on either side of the large central speedometer, and an optional eight-tube radio and electric clock were centered on the dashboard. The styling of the Mercury Eight, when it was released in 1949, adopted the “pontoon” appearance, and was successful in both ending the monotony of warmed-over pre-war style, and differentiating Mercury from its comparable Ford cousin, a trick that spelled sales success. Sales figures for both Ford and Mercury broke records in 1949. The new approach to styling was also evident on the completely redesigned Lincoln brand lineup. The 1949 Mercury Eight production totaled an astounding 301,307 units, far and away Mercury's best ever year.

1961 Mercury Comet Green Frost with White Top Limited Edition to 210 pieces Worldwide 1/43 Model Car by Goldvarg Collection

$113.99
  • Brand new 1/43 scale car model of 1961 Mercury Comet Green Frost with White Top Limited Edition to 210 pieces Worldwide model car by Goldvarg Collection.
  • Brand new box.
  • Real rubber tires.
  • True-to-scale detail.
  • Officially licensed product.
  • Highly detailed interior, exterior.
  • Comes in plastic display showcase.
  • Manufacturer's original unopened packaging.
  • Dimensions approximately L-4.75, W-1.75, H-1.25 inches.
  • This model is made of resin and does not have any openings.
  • The Comet was initially released without any divisional badging, only "Comet" badges, similar to Valiant which didn't have Plymouth badging at first. It was sold through Mercury-Comet dealers, but would not be branded as a Mercury Comet for two more years. This was similar to Ford's treatment of the Meteor and Frontenac of Canada, sold thru Meteor - Mercury - Frontenac dealers.
  • Introduced in March 1960, initial body styles were 2-door and 4-door sedan sand 2- and 4-door station wagons. Two trim levels were available, standard and "Custom", with the custom package including badging, additional chrome trim and all-vinyl interiors. In 1960, the only engine available was the 144 cid Thriftpower straight six with a single-barrel Holley carburetor which produced 90 hp (67 kW) at 4200 rpm. (Some sources list it as producing 85 hp (63 kW) at 4200 rpm). Transmission options were a column-shifted 3-speed manual and a 2-speed Merc-O-Matic automatic transmission (unique to the Comet, despite sharing a name with the Merc-O-Matic installed in other Mercurys).

1961 Mercury Monterey Green with White Top Limited Edition to 210 pieces Worldwide 1/43 Model Car by Goldvarg Collection

$113.99
  • Brand new 1/43 scale car model of 1961 Mercury Monterey Green with White Top Limited Edition to 210 pieces Worldwide model car by Goldvarg Collection.
  • Brand new box.
  • Real rubber tires.
  • True-to-scale detail.
  • Officially licensed product.
  • Highly detailed interior, exterior.
  • Comes in plastic display showcase.
  • Manufacturer's original unopened packaging.
  • Dimensions approximately L-5, W-1.75, H-1.25 inches.
  • This model is made of resin and does not have any openings.
  • The Mercury Monterey is a series of full-size cars that were manufactured and marketed by the Mercury division of Ford from 1952 to 1974. Deriving its name from Monterey Bay, the Mercury Monterey served as the replacement for the Mercury Eight, the debut model line of the Mercury division. During its production, the Monterey would be offered in multiple body styles, ranging from coupes, convertibles, sedans, hardtops, and station wagons.
  • Over its 22 years of production, the Monterey served as the flagship, mid-range, and entry-level offering of the full-size Mercury product range. The only Mercury nameplate to be in continuous production throughout the 1960s, the Monterey was slotted above the Medalist, Custom, and Meteor; later, it was slotted below the Turnpike Cruiser, Montclair, Park Lane, and Marquis.

1961 Mercury Monterey Red Metallic with White Top Limited Edition to 210 pieces Worldwide 1/43 Model Car by Goldvarg Collection

$113.99
  • Brand new 1/43 scale car model of 1961 Mercury Monterey Red Metallic with White Top Limited Edition to 210 pieces Worldwide model car by Goldvarg Collection.
  • Brand new box.
  • Real rubber tires.
  • True-to-scale detail.
  • Officially licensed product.
  • Highly detailed interior, exterior.
  • Comes in plastic display showcase.
  • Manufacturer's original unopened packaging.
  • Dimensions approximately L-5, W-1.75, H-1.25 inches.
  • This model is made of resin and does not have any openings.
  • The Mercury Monterey is a series of full-size cars that were manufactured and marketed by the Mercury division of Ford from 1952 to 1974. Deriving its name from Monterey Bay, the Mercury Monterey served as the replacement for the Mercury Eight, the debut model line of the Mercury division. During its production, the Monterey would be offered in multiple body styles, ranging from coupes, convertibles, sedans, hardtops, and station wagons. The Mercury Monterey is a series of full-size cars that were manufactured and marketed by the Mercury division of Ford from 1952 to 1974. Deriving its name from Monterey Bay, the Mercury Monterey served as the replacement for the Mercury Eight, the debut model line of the Mercury division. During its production, the Monterey would be offered in multiple body styles, ranging from coupes, convertibles, sedans, hardtops, and station wagons.

1964 Mercury Park Lane Breezeway Bittersweet Pink with Pink Interior Limited Edition to 210 pieces Worldwide 1/43 Model Car by Goldvarg Collection

$113.99
  • Brand new 1/43 scale car model of 1964 Mercury Park Lane Breezeway Bittersweet Pink with Pink Interior Limited Edition to 210 pieces Worldwide model car by Goldvarg Collection.
  • Brand new box.
  • Real rubber tires.
  • True-to-scale detail.
  • Officially licensed product.
  • Highly detailed interior, exterior.
  • Comes in plastic display showcase.
  • Manufacturer's original unopened packaging.
  • Dimensions approximately L-5, W-1.75, H-1.25 inches.
  • This model is made of resin and does not have any openings.
  • The Mercury Park Lane was introduced for the 1958 model year as a premium model line for the division. Available in two-door and four-door hardtop and two-door convertibles, the Park Lane offered the same body styles as the Turnpike Cruiser, though its distinctive "breezeway" rear window was adopted by the Continental Mark line. Sharing its chassis with the Colony Park station wagon (and Edsel Citation/Corsair), the Park Lane had a 125-inch wheelbase (3 inches longer than the standard Mercury chassis). In 1959, the Park Lane wheelbase was stretched to 128 inches (2 inches longer than other Mercurys). For 1960, the Park Lane wheelbase was again changed, matching the 126 inches of the standard Mercury line. The Park Lane was powered by a single engine_ a 430 cubic-inch Ford MELV8. Initially rated at 360 hp for 1958, the Super Marauder engine option package allowed any Mercury with the 430 to increase its output to 400 hp (the first mass-production engine in an American automobile to be rated at 400 hp). For 1959, the Super Marauder was discontinued, with the standard engine rated at 345 hp, retuned to 310 hp in 1960. All Park Lanes were equipped with a 3-speed Merc-O-Matic automatic transmission. For 1960, the Park Lane saw a minor styling update distinguished by new taillamps, rear fender skirts, 5 chrome accent bars ahead of the rear wheel openings, wide rocker panel moldings, and the addition of a padded dashboard. For the 1964 model year, the Mercury Park Lane made its return as the Mercury division expanded its model line.

1964 Mercury Park Lane Breezeway Peacock Blue with Blue Interior Limited Edition to 210 pieces Worldwide 1/43 Model Car by Goldvarg Collection

$113.99
  • Brand new 1/43 scale car model of 1964 Mercury Park Lane Breezeway Peacock Blue with Blue Interior Limited Edition to 210 pieces Worldwide model car by Goldvarg Collection.
  • Brand new box.
  • Real rubber tires.
  • True-to-scale detail.
  • Officially licensed product.
  • Highly detailed interior, exterior.
  • Comes in plastic display showcase.
  • Manufacturer's original unopened packaging.
  • Dimensions approximately L-5, W-1.75, H-1.25 inches.
  • This model is made of resin and does not have any openings.
  • The Mercury Park Lane was introduced for the 1958 model year as a premium model line for the division. Available in two-door and four-door hardtop and two-door convertibles, the Park Lane offered the same body styles as the Turnpike Cruiser, though its distinctive "breezeway" rear window was adopted by the Continental Mark line. Sharing its chassis with the Colony Park station wagon (and Edsel Citation/Corsair), the Park Lane had a 125-inch wheelbase (3 inches longer than the standard Mercury chassis). In 1959, the Park Lane wheelbase was stretched to 128 inches (2 inches longer than other Mercurys). For 1960, the Park Lane wheelbase was again changed, matching the 126 inches of the standard Mercury line. The Park Lane was powered by a single engine_ a 430 cubic-inch Ford MELV8. Initially rated at 360 hp for 1958, the Super Marauder engine option package allowed any Mercury with the 430 to increase its output to 400 hp (the first mass-production engine in an American automobile to be rated at 400 hp). For 1959, the Super Marauder was discontinued, with the standard engine rated at 345 hp, retuned to 310 hp in 1960. All Park Lanes were equipped with a 3-speed Merc-O-Matic automatic transmission. For 1960, the Park Lane saw a minor styling update distinguished by new taillamps, rear fender skirts, 5 chrome accent bars ahead of the rear wheel openings, wide rocker panel moldings, and the addition of a padded dashboard. For the 1964 model year, the Mercury Park Lane made its return as the Mercury division expanded its model line.