The Mercury brand of cars was introduced in the mid to late thirties as an option for buyers looking for a car whose price lay somewhere in between Ford and the more expensive Lincoln. With growing demand for mid-level priced cars, the brand saw a lot of success.
1941 Mercury Eight Station Wagon
This woody wagon was a huge success as it outsold its competitors including Packard and Buick. As the most expensive Mercury body type at the time, it featured more power and a longer wheel base as well.