The 1954 Mercury Sun Valley received ample publicity, claiming "A freshness of view, a new gaiety and glamour, vast new areas of visibility, a whole new concept of light and luxury…". See if this bubble-top car with a plastic roof met its advertising claims.
With the Fifties dawned the space age, which whetted buyer appetites for gadgets, glitter, and go. Detroit responded with fascinating, futuristic show cars. Read about one of the worst of these spaceboats, the 1957-1958 Mercury Turnpike Cruiser.
Gullwing doors and a sleek body made the 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300SL one of the most coveted of all cars. It was one of the most expensive cars of its time -- more than twice that of the Corvette. See pictures and learn about this classic car.
The 1950 Mercury offered plenty of customized features inside and out from the roof coverings to the seats. The color-coordinated seats and special trim matched the exterior theme of the car. Check out the beautiful 1950 Mercury.