Mercury and Ford Truck Literature

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10 thoughts on “Mercury and Ford Truck Literature”

  1. I have a 1949 Mercury M47. I’m looking forward to obtaining information from your site. I don’t know that I have much to add but any info that I have I will be happy to share.

  2. Hello!

    I was hoping to get info on two ’51 Merc trucks I have bought and their VIN codes…
    Can you tell me something about them?



  3. Need to know the height of a 1948 M 47 pick up to ensure I have the right door opening on my enclosed trailer. Can anyone help

  4. I have a 1968 Mercury pickup restored and would like to know where the vin plate is on it. I found one on the door but apparently it does not match what was put on the ownership. Please reply

  5. I am restoring a 1959 Merc M100 shortbox Custom Cab and in need of a manual. Specifically right now I am after alignment information .

  6. Hi,

    Nice website I’m looking forward to it being complete. Ièm looking for a Mercury truck here in Alberta and am finding that there are quite a few Mercury clones for sale – ie trucks with Merc badging but paperwork indicating they have always been registered as Fords. Anybody out there knowledgeable in Mercury trucks aware of any way to distinguish between Ford and Merc trucks by VIN number alone?

    Hope you can shed some light on this.



  7. I have a 1968 mercury pickup, vin #
    F10ACC71135 , can any one tell me the actual build date? All decals and tailgate are mercury but steering column and cluster have ford on them.odd combo

  8. Hello, I resently bought a 1959 Mercury M350 4×4 pickup and I am finding it rather difficult to decode the vin number. Any help would be appreciated.

  9. Iam looking for pictures of the Ford and Mercury dash board instructment cluster for a 1959 – F100 or M100 pick up to determine what truck I am buying.

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