Mercury Muscle Car Wins in the EndWritten by Mercury Fan
In 1939, Ford Motor Company established a separate automobile creation within their empire and called it Mercury. At first, their intent was to build an automobile that a little bit above Ford in class but not quite a luxury vehicle. What they came up with was Mercury Marauder.
By time 1960s rolled around, United States was wrapped up in race car driving, new national past time. Mercury fell in line and provided public with what they were looking for Ė fantastic stock cars which gave a great race. Everyone wanted to drive a Mercury stock car. World renowned Parnelli Jones got behind wheel himself and gave Mercury a spin. In 1963 alone, Mercury Marauder, new stock car by Fordís Mercury company, won no less than eight stock car titles and racing awards. Eight! In one year! Mercury was on a roll.
Never satisfied with success, Mercury decided to top itself. Less than a year after sweeping race car driving awards, Mercury replaced engine in Marauder with an engine that boasted 410 horsepower. Now, Mercury Marauder was unstoppable.
Mercedes Design Shows Why Their FavoritesWritten by Mercedes-Benz Fan
What is definition of a classic car? One answer just might be: Mercedes Benz. With brilliant design and craftsmanship, Mercedes has always been in top of their class, setting standard for everyone else to follow. Mercedes Benz is oldest and arguably most famous car brand in entire world. Each car is built to reflect a specific design and performance philosophy although every car is recognizable as part of Mercedes family. In this way, customers can trust that their vehicle will have power, comfort, and handling that is synonymous with Mercedes name.
Mercedes relies on target groups to maintain their admirable brand identity. Never veering from their original three-point philosophy, designers are continually dreaming up new models that represent changing times and prospect of a high tech future. As a result, Mercedes manages to bridge gap between past and present, traditional and contemporary.