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  • How valuable are Mercury trucks? I was able to locate a fully restored, first-year 1948 Mercury M-47 half-ton pickup that was sold by in Scottsdale, Arizona, back in 2008 for $49,500. What it is worth now is anyone’s guess.

    How valuable are Mercury trucks? I was able to locate a fully restored, first-year 1948 Mercury M-47 half-ton pickup that was sold by in Scottsdale, Arizona, back in 2008 for $49,500. What it is worth now is anyone’s guess.

  • Another unexpected anomaly, if you’re not familiar with Mercury trucks, is that Ford Canada also offered a car-based Ranchero that was unavailable to U.S. Mercury dealers. Meteor Rancheros are exceedingly rare, only sold through the Lincoln-Mercury-Meteor sales channel. They were offered for just the 1957 and 1958 model years. For 1957, 300 Meteor Ranchero Niagara models were sold in the abbreviated 1957 model year. In 1958, just 138 Meteor Rancheros rolled down Ford’s Oakville assembly line. Needless to say, Canadians took to car-based pickups with much less fervor than their U.S. or Australian cousins.

    To give readers a market value snapshot—this past weekend, there were three Mercury trucks on offer at Toronto Fall Classic Car Auction held at the International Centre in Mississauga, Ontario. Among the light-duty pickups, CCP offered a fully-restored that sold for $33,000, which appears to be in line for recent sales of a comprable early Ford F-1 Series. But, a recently-restored, driver-quality didn’t meet its reserve when bidding stalled at $15,500.

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  • To give readers a market value snapshot—this past weekend, there were three Mercury trucks on offer at Toronto Fall Classic Car Auction held at the International Centre in Mississauga, Ontario. Among the light-duty pickups, CCP offered a fully-restored that sold for $33,000, which appears to be in line for recent sales of a comprable early Ford F-1 Series. But, a recently-restored, driver-quality didn’t meet its reserve when bidding stalled at $15,500.

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When the US and Canada signed the Automotive Trade Agreement in 1965 Canadian variants slowly started to disappear and the Mercury trucks turn came in 1968.