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"The Car that dares to ask Why?," some ads touted, referring to why a big car could also be so economical.
The early Mercury was a good-sized car and with its up-to-20 mpg performance, by 1942 had earned an image of being a fine performer in mph as well as mpg. The 49-51 Mercurys became very popular with customizers and hot rodders and James Dean driving one in "Rebel Without a Cause" helped capture the cult status these cars were making.
The large, archival photographs in this book illustrate the fascinating early life of the infamous Mercury, a car with an image synonymous to the fleet-footed messenger of the gods that shared its name.
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James Moloney has been in many car clubs like the Early Ford V8 Club, The Classic Car Club, Studebaker Club, and many others through the years. A genuine old-time car guy, he has written numerous books pertaining to automobiles.
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