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Do classic Mercury cars have a good resale value?

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The resale value of a classic Mercury vehicle varies considerably depending on the model, year and condition of the vehicle, but many classic Mercury cars sell for more than their original purchase prices. Performance models, such as the Mercury Cougar, generally have higher resale value than passenger sedans and wagons.

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More common Mercury models, such as the Mercury Comet and Mercury vehicles built after the 1970s oil crisis, generally sell for much less than performance-oriented 1960s cars. In contrast, rare classic Mercury vehicles, such as the 1967 Cougar Cyclone 2 with a 427-cubic inch engine, are likely to have very high resale values due to their collectible appeal; in the case of the 1967 Cyclone 2, only eight such vehicles were manufactured.

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