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1950s Mercury Sun Valley ad

How Mercury’s Sales Records Can Put Money In Your Pocket

Mercury’s growth means you save when you buy. With a 480% increase in Mercurys on the road since 1946, Mercury dealers sell more cars per dealer than their competition. This higher volume means they have lower overhead expense per car sold, can give you a better deal – even on the Sun Valley shown above.
You save when you sell – The same features that make Mercury so popular now help keep it in big demand. You can command a better price when you eventually trade. Proof? Mercury consistently leads its class forr trade-in value accordng to independant national market reports of used-car prices.
It pays to own a Mercury. Its all-new 161-hp V-8 engine is one of the most efficient in our economy-famous history. You save as you drive. And you get new ball-joint front suspension for even easier handling. Better see your Mercury dealer for a trial drive.
Mercury Division – Ford Motor Company

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1955 Lincoln Capri Ed Sullivan

Ed Sullivan. M.C. of Toast of the Town, and Julia Meade introduce New Lincoln. Monitor sets show new rear deck, new longer body, new front assembly.

Camera one! Close up! Take the new Lincoln for 1955

First you notice its unusual beauty; the dramatic new tail-lights, the sweep of the chrome, the new front end treatment, the 11 1/2 inch longer body, the lower, flowing look.
But perhaps even more exciting is the story on performance – further enhanced by new Turbo-Drive – biggest news in no-shift driving in almost 15 years. Here is no frustrating lag, no unpleasant jerk, but one unbroken sweep of silent power, from zero to superhighway speeds.
Turbo-Drive is especially designed and built to work in harmony with Lincoln’s brand new, high torque V-8 engine for 1955. But you must feel this action to believe it. You Lincoln dealer will be glad to let you drive a Lincoln or a Lincoln Capri. You’ll know you’ve made a wonderful discovery the moment that Lincoln’s wheels begin to turn.
Lincoln Division – Ford Motor Company
For modern living
for magnificent driving

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