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Ford Crown Victoria and Mercury Grand Marquis, 1988-2000 (Haynes Manuals)

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Hi, I am looking at a 1963 Mercury M100. The interior is perfect, no rust and original paint (dull but little to no rust). It has a 302 V8, overdrive automatic transmission for $4900.00 I had not heard of the Mercury trucks. Sounds like I should buy it.

Hi, I am looking at a 1963 Mercury M100. The interior is perfect, no rust and original paint (dull but little to no rust). It has a 302 V8, overdrive automatic transmission for $4900.00 I had not heard of the Mercury trucks. Sounds like I should buy it.

I think I have the rarest Mercury truck,it’s a 61 Short box Uni body

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I think I have the rarest Mercury truck,it’s a 61 Short box Uni body

In response to the previous question about VINs: From what I understand, all 1966-68 Mercury trucks used the same VINs as Fords. So there’s no way to tell a Mercury from a Ford strictly by the VIN for those years. And Mercury trucks weren’t shipped to, or sold in the USA. They were only sold in Canada. They DID get shipped from the USA TO Canada, as mine was assembled in San Jose, CA.

In response to the previous question about VINs: From what I understand, all 1966-68 Mercury trucks used the same VINs as Fords. So there’s no way to tell a Mercury from a Ford strictly by the VIN for those years. And Mercury trucks weren’t shipped to, or sold in the USA. They were only sold in Canada. They DID get shipped from the USA TO Canada, as mine was assembled in San Jose, CA.