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1952 Mercury Pickup

1952 Mercury Pickup at a car show in Southern Illinois hosted by the Clay County Cruisers. car show,show car,carshow,hotrod,hot rod,loren childress ...

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    1955 Mercury pickup truck owned by George Travis of Caistor Centre, Ontario. Seen at the Dunnville Cruisers Car Club show during the Dunnville Mudcat Festival. View Larger On Black HDR from 3 tripod mounted...

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    Mercury M100 pickup truck

    Classic and unrestored Mercury M100 pickup truck. A Canadian market model badge engineered from the Ford.

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    Mercury Pickup (Canada) 1947

    1947 Mercury Pickup coming down the line at Windsor.

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    1968 Mercury pickup truck

    1968 Mercury pickup truck lowered with some different custom wheels.

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    Mercury pickup. Side streets of Palmyra. Syria.

    Mercury pickup. Side streets of Palmyra. Syria.

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    Mercury Econoline Pickup 1964

    Voiçi un véhicule très rare: un Econoline Pickup, Mercury de surcroit ! Ce véhicule a fière allure dans sa belle robe orange et blanche !

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    Mercury Pickup 1965

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    Mercury pickup

    This is an unusual sight in the USA, a Mercury pickup (1955??). It was photographed at a New England car show in May 1978.

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    Knotts All Ford Show Mercury Pickup

    In Canada, Ford & Mercury built trucks. This is a 1965 Twin I-Beam suspension Mercury Truck. Love to see them and in California.

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  • AP Source: Ford planning for new small pickup in U.S.

    08/26/15, via San Jose Mercury News

    In the 1990s, Americans bought more than 1 million small pickups every year, attracted by their lower prices, reasonable gas mileage and ability to haul light loads. Sales tumbled when bigger pickups, such as the Ford F-150, caught up in fuel economy.

  • Mountain View school board hires firm to conduct audit

    08/27/15, via San Jose Mercury News

    MOUNTAIN VIEW -- Mountain View-Whisman School District Superintendent Ayinde Rudolph received permission from the Board of Trustees on Aug. 20 to pursue a pair of projects. One is to hire Cambridge Education, a consulting firm, to conduct on-site 

  • Police: Man arrested for DUI following crash in Atherton

    08/27/15, via San Jose Mercury News

    ATHERTON -- A 41-year-old East Palo Alto man was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence Tuesday after he crashed his pickup truck through a fence on Marsh Road and overturned into an adjacent channel. The crash near the intersection of 

  • Oakland: Major BART delays after report of armed passenger

    08/27/15, via San Jose Mercury News

    OAKLAND -- A report of an armed man aboard a BART train caused a station closure and systemwide delays Wednesday night, police said. Officers closed MacArthur station at 8:18 p.m. Wednesday to respond to a report of a man beating another passenger 

  • Slain TV reporter, cameraman had become local celebrities

    08/27/15, via San Jose Mercury News

    ROANOKE, Va. (AP) — Alison Parker seemed destined for the anchor chair. Adam Ward was upbeat, the kind of cameraman everyone wanted to work with in the wee hours of the morning. The two young journalists were killed on live television Wednesday by 

  • Police identify Emeryville man as Plumas County homicide victim

    08/26/15, via San Jose Mercury News

    BUCKS LAKE -- An Oakland man faces murder and arson charges after an Emeryville man's remains were found in a fire Saturday at Plumas National Forest, police said. Plumas County Sheriff Greg Hagwood identified the man who was found dead at the 

  • Amelia Boynton Robinson noted as fearless, tireless leader

    08/27/15, via San Jose Mercury News

    BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — A newspaper photo of a woman who was beaten unconscious by law enforcement during a march across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, revealed to a wider audience the struggles and violence black people faced 

Mountain View school board hires firm to conduct audit - San Jose Mercury News

MOUNTAIN VIEW -- Mountain View-Whisman School District Superintendent Ayinde Rudolph received permission from the Board of Trustees on Aug. One is to hire Cambridge Education, a consulting firm, to conduct on-site performance assessments at district schools this year. "We want to understand why schools perform the way they do," Rudolph said. Board President Ellen Wheeler welcomed the proposal, saying that the board appointed Rudolph in part for his ability to procure donations from local tech firms. The board voted 4-1 to approve the proposal. In other business, the board voted 4-1 to approve a half-time public information officer position. Rudolph said the PIO's duties would include alerting the public and press about happenings in the district and managing its website and social media outreach. Nelson voted against the proposal because he wanted it to be a requirement that the PIO speak Spanish. Source: www.mercurynews.com

Oakland: Major BART delays after report of armed passenger - San Jose Mercury News

OAKLAND -- A report of an armed man aboard a BART train caused a station closure and systemwide delays Wednesday night, police said. Officers closed MacArthur station at 8:18 p. m. Wednesday to respond to a report of a man beating another passenger with a firearm on a Fremont-bound train, said BART police Lt. Michael Hayes. The station reopened at about 9 p. m. , but the closure caused 20-minute delays systemwide. A passenger on the train told arriving officers that the man had a gun, but police were unable to find any beating victim or the gun itself. Source: www.mercurynews.com

Slain TV reporter, cameraman had become local celebrities - San Jose Mercury News

The two young journalists were killed on live television Wednesday by a disgruntled former reporter they once worked with at WDBJ-TV. The chilling images of Parker running away were captured on Ward's camera as he fell to the ground. Like young journalists across the country, the pair was eager for a story, chomping at the bit to cover big news and active on social media. In Roanoke, the nation's 67th largest media market, Parker and Ward were also something else: hometown kids who became local celebrities. They were also part of a close-knit family of TV station employees who watched the killings unfold on the air and grieved publicly. Her last day was supposed to be Wednesday because she had accepted a new job at a station in Charlotte, North Carolina. Parker, 24, was dating Chris Hurst, an anchor at the station. The couples attended ball games and local restaurants together, documenting their lives with photos and comments on social media. It's one that requires, I think, a sense of camaraderie, and I think we have that here," Hurst said. Parker and Ward worked as a team for the station's "Mornin'" show, a time-slot where many broadcast journalists get their start. Source: www.mercurynews.com
  • Mercury M-Series - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Mercury M-Series 1949 MERCURY M47 COURTESY MOES GARAGE.jpg

    Unrestored 1949 Mercury M47 ½ Ton

    Overview Manufacturer Mercury (Ford) Production 1946–1968 Body and chassis Class Full-size pickup truck Layout Front engine, rear-wheel driveFront engine, four-wheel drive Chronology Successor Ford F-Series (1967–1972)

    The Mercury M-Series is a pickup truck that was produced between 1946 and 1968 by Mercury, primarily for the Canadian market. Early versions often came with a higher output (CM-1 designated) Mercury/Ford flathead V8 engine over and above the unique Mercury-specific grille, badging and trim that adorned every Mercury M-Series truck.

    The M-Series was introduced in Canada because smaller communities either had a Ford dealer or a Lincoln-Mercury-Meteor dealer, but not both; a Mercury truck line offered more opportunities for truck sales.

    Contents

    1 Pickup Trucks 2 Other Mercury Trucks 3 See also 4 External links Pickup Trucks[edit]

    Between 1948 and 1968 Ford of Canada used the "F" prefix for Ford and "M" for Mercury. From 1948-1950 nominal tonnage ratings were replaced by a series designation in which the numbers indicate the GVWR when equipped with tires of appropriate capacity. Each code number is arrived at by dividing the GVWR of the series by 100. Thus an F-47 (M-47) indicates a GVWR of 4700 lbs. per axle or 9400 lbs. total for front and rear axles combined, F-135 (M-135) indicates 13500 lbs., etc. Each truck series is rated to its GVWR. In 1951-52 Ford of Canada got back in step with Ford USA with F-1 (M-1), F-2 (M-2) etc. (GVWR = Gross Vehicle Weight Rating - weight of chassis, cab and body, plus payload)

    Other Mercury Trucks[edit] 1965 Mercury Econoline EM-100 pickup

    Alongside the re-badged Ford F-Series pickup trucks, Mercury sold its own versions of the Ford medium-duty trucks, the B-Series bus chassis, and the C-Series cabover. The first generation of the Ford Econoline was also available as a Mercury. Similarly, the first generation Ford Ranchero was also sold under the Meteor marque in Canada.

    See also[edit] Wikimedia Commons has media related to Mercury M-Series. Ford F-Series Mercury (automobile) Ford flathead V8 engine External links[edit]

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  • Mercury Truck History | Mercury Pickup

    Badge-engineering More Brands For A Smaller Market

    If you lived near the Canadian border during the 1940s, ’50s, or ’60s, you might remember Ford and Mercury sheet metal, wearing the Meteor or Monarch name plates. Ford trucks were also badge-engineered and sold as Mercury trucks.

    As a point of history, Ford was in business in Windsor, Ontario by 1904, a year after the Ford Motor Co. was founded on the other side of the Detroit River.

    The Meteor, Monarch cars and Mercury trucks first appeared in April, 1946 because of Ford of Canada’s postwar marketing strategy. More lower-priced cars were sold in Canada than in the United States because of the slightly lower standard of living, not to mention whopping sales and excise taxes that added almost 20 percent to the sticker prices across the border.

    To give the Canadian Lincoln-Mercury dealers a broader range of cars that reached into the low-price market, they sold the Meteor, a Mercury-ized Ford. To counter any sales advantage from Lincoln-Mercury dealers’ broader range, Ford dealers got the upscale Monarch, a Mercury clone. Because smaller Canadian towns had either a Ford-Monarch or Lincoln-Mercury-Meteor dealer, but not both, the L-M-M network got the Mercury truck.

    Canadian-made Ford and Mercury trucks differed, for the most part, only cosmetically. Many years it was just “Mercury” versus “Ford” letters on the hoods and pickup tailgates, plus distinctive medallions that set them apart. Often there was a bit more glitz on the Mercury trucks, in keeping with their slightly-more-upscale image. As far as the dash plastic molding in 48-50, only the Mercury had a kind of gray marble look, where Ford was tan in color. But occasionally there were distinctly-different grille layouts. For instance, like the American-built Ford trucks, Ford of Canada’s 1946-47 pickups were warmed-over pre-war models, but the Mercury trucks were treated to a heavily-chromed grille and bumper treatment, compared to the Ford’s plain looks.

    Ford’s first all-new postwar vehicle was a truck and not a car. Ford trucks got all-new sheet metal for 1948. Ford, Mercury, Lincoln…. and in Canada, Meteor and Monarch…. cars were all-new for model year 1949. Incidentally, while the new Monarch name plate appeared in 1946, the Meteor debuted in 1949. Before that, Canadian L-M dealers sold a Mercury-based Mercury 118 (for its 118-inch wheel base) and a Ford-based Mercury 114 (for the Ford’s 114-inch wheel base.)

    In 1948, Ford (USA) introduced the F-1, F-2, F-3, etc. truck nomenclature. Ford of Canada took a modified tact. It used an “M” for the Mercury, in the place of the “F,” but the numeral stood for the truck’s Gross Vehicle Weight rating, less the zeros. Thus, a Mercury M-68-designated 6800 pound GVW-corresponded to a Canadian Ford F-68. It got back in step in 1953 when Ford switched to the current F-100, F-250, F-350 numbering scheme with parallel M-100, M-250, M-350 designations for the Mercury.

    The mechanicals of both Canadian built truck brands were virtually identical. Because of a smaller Canadian market, (Ford of Canada roughly sold one-tenth as many trucks as its US parent). Canadian buyers had a smaller menu to choose from in terms of models, ratings and power-plants. While American Fords got an all-new overhead valve V8 in 1954, the venerable flathead V8 soldiered on for another year in Canadian Fords, Meteors, and Mercury trucks. Until 1956, only V8 engines were installed in all Canadian Ford cars and trucks, since no six-cylinder Ford engines were produced in Canada until the 223- cid six appeared in 1956.

    Ford’s other commercial-oriented vehicles were also disguised a bit when they showed up in Lincoln-Mercury-Meteor showrooms. For years, Ford offered car-based sedan deliveries, called the Courier. There were Meteor versions as well. When the Ranchero pickup car debuted in 1957, a Meteor Ranchero was offered in Canada and would be for several years.

    The need for a dual marketing network was eliminated with the Automotive Trade Agreement signed by the United States and Canada in 1965. The free-flow across the border brought the phase-out of the Mercury trucks by March 23, 1968. In the interim, vehicles like the Mercury ME-100 Econoline vans, pickups and mini buses were produced in Lorain, Ohio. The Ontario Truck Plant sent some of its product to the Northeast United States. Of course they wore the Ford rather than Mercury logos.

    This setup was not unique to Ford. Pontiac dealers in Canada sold lower-priced Pontiacs that were essentially Chevrolets with Pontiac styling features. Canadian Dodge-DeSoto dealers offered a Plymouth based Dodge model and Chrysler-Plymouth dealers sold Fargo trucks that followed the cloning philosophy of the Ford-built Mercury trucks.

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  • Curbside Classics: Mercury Trucks – We Do Things A Bit ...

    (originally posted 5/1/2011)    Canadian cars and trucks are the mother-lode of badge engineering. Mercury trucks came about due to a quirk of the Canadian Ford dealership system due to the sparely populated areas of Canada. Many smaller towns would have either a Ford-Monarch (Mercury in US) or a Lincoln-Mercury-Meteor (Ford) dealership but not both. So starting in 1946 Mercury received its own version of the Ford truck line. So why weren’t they called Meteors? To keep you Americans confused.

    The earliest Mercury trucks did differ in the use of chrome. The post war Fords featured a lot painted trim due to a chrome shortage but the Mercury version was lavished with lots of chrome trim. As the years went they became more and more similar to their Ford siblings. For most of the years the difference was just minor trim and badges.

    Mercury truck history follows Ford trucks almost identically and while Fords used the ‘F’ prefix the Mercury trucks used ‘M’. From 1948-1950 the Canadian model postfixes where different and represented the maximum gross vehicle weight with the zeroes dropped off. So a 4700 GVW rating would give a model name of F-47 or M-47.

    For 1951 the Canadian trucks followed the US naming convention of F-1, F-2, etc and Mercury followed suit with M-1, M-2, etc.

    Interestingly there were a few mechanicals differences in the Canadian market due to its smaller market size. It was only V8 engines in post war trucks until 1956 when a 223 cid inline six was offered. Canada kept the flat head V8 for an additional year in 1954 instead of the newly induced in the US OHV V8.

    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.

    So how rare is a Mercury truck then? Well for the early trucks the Fords are most common but by the 50s and mid 60s the Mercury trucks seem to make up just less than half of the remaining examples. The updated 1967 and 1968 examples seem quite scare but are still around. They are quite easily to fake though as there is no VIN difference as they were built randomly on the same line as the Fords.

    The whole truck range was sold in the Mercury line up so there are Mercury Econolines, heavy duty models, cab over engine models and even school buses.

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  • Operation Silverstone: Helicopters to be used in police crackdown on Hunter motorists

    08/26/15, via Maitland Mercury

    The crash occurred just after 4.20pm on John Renshaw Drive, between the M1 and Black Hill Road. About 3.15pm on July 31, a tabletop truck and a motorcycle collided on Nelson Bay Road, Williamtown. The motorcycle rider died at the scene. About 2.30pm on ...

  • Prices have had a “major impact” on trucking business

    08/26/15, via Daily Mercury

    Louise Starkey PROFESSIONAL truck driver Lenny Batcheler says the recent drop in fuel prices is nowhere near low enough. For the past 20 years, he's watched fuel prices rise significantly from about 10 to 15 cents more for diesel, in comparison to when he ...

  • AP Source: Ford planning for new small pickup in U.S.

    08/26/15, via San Jose Mercury News

    DETROIT -- Ford is making plans for a return to the small pickup truck market in the U.S. with a new version of the Ranger. The company is negotiating with the United Auto Workers about making the truck at a factory in the Detroit suburb of Wayne ...

  • Police seek suspects in ice cream truck theft

    08/24/15, via Guelph Mercury

    BARRIE, Ont. - Police in Barrie, Ont., are looking for suspects who made off with an ice cream truck Tuesday night. Investigators say the truck was recovered early Wednesday morning about 90 kilometres away by provincial police in the Bracebridge ...

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    08/26/15, via The Portland Mercury

    That book is The 9/11 Commission Report. All of this is spray-painted on the tank of a British Petroleum gas truck. The "It's a Small World" ride from Disneyland. Just like, straight up. No changes. They just totally copied the "Small World" ride.

  • President Obama honors 2014 WNBA champion Phoenix Mercury

    08/26/15, via Tucson News Now

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    08/25/15, via Estevan Mercury

    Gutierrez started rescuing books from the trash almost 20 years ago, when he was driving a garbage truck at night through the capital's wealthier neighbourhoods. The discarded reading material slowly piled up, and now the ground floor of his small house is ...

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