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Select Your VehicleFrom 2000-2010 Mercury sold over 2 million vehicles, many of which are still on the road. That means replacement Mercury parts are still in high demand. Whether it's simply replacing brake pads or installing a new Mercury fuel pump, CPD has a wide selection of aftermarket and genuine factory items online. So there's no need to spend time at a salvage yard trying to find used equipment, or even waiting in line at your local auto parts store. Buying new repair and restoration components is easy online on the CPD web site.

History of Mercury

Mercury LogoIn order for the Ford Motor Company to offer a vehicle positioned between the base model Ford and the luxury model Lincoln brands, Edsel Ford founded the Mercury division in 1938. This new line competed directly with GM's Oldsmobile and Buick divisions, as well as Chrysler's name brand. Initially, it did not share any of the same body panel parts as any Ford vehicles; creating the image of an independent and unique car manufacturer. The legendary marque also garnered quite a following in the hot rod community during the 50's when it came out with vehicles that were more stylish and powerful than its Ford cousins while maintaining a price that was significantly lower than any Lincoln.
The automaker would later go on to align itself more closely with Ford, ultimately becoming a badge-engineered brand. The vehicles produced were more or less identical to their Ford cousins, but with a handful of premium-quality Mercury parts and emblems. Some exceptions of this can be seen in the Capri and re-designed Cougar. is not associated with the Ford Motor Company in any manner. All images and references to the Mercury name, vehicle model names, logo and shapes are for reference and identification only. All trademarks, tradenames and/or service marks are the property of their respective holders.