The name Mercury was used by the Ford Motor Company beginning in 1938.  The brand name was created by Edsel Ford and their cars were priced between Ford and Lincoln.  The last cars to be badged as Mercury were manufactured in 2011.

1939 Mercury Coupe Convertible. Model by Brooklin
1949 Mercury Club Coupe. Model by Eagle Collectibles
1949 Mercury Club Coupe & Mercury Club Coupe Street Rod. Models by Eagle Collectibles
1950 Mercury Monterey 2-door Coupe. Model by Minichamps
1951 Mercury Monterey. Model by Franklin Mint
1954 Mercury Monterey. Model by Collector's Classics
1955 Mercury Custom 2-door Sedan. Model by NEO
1956 Mercury Montclair Convertible. Model by Goldvarg
1957 Mercury Voyager Station Wagon 4-door. Model by Kess
1957 Mercury Turnpike Cruiser. Model by Diecast Metal
1959 Mercury ParkLane Hardtop. Model by NEO
1959 Mercury ParkLane Convertible. Model by NEO
1964 Mercury Marauder. Model by Diecast Metal
1967 Mercury Cougar. Model by Universal Hobbies
1968 Mercury Cougar. Model by Sun Star
1969 Mercury Marauder. Model by Minichamps
1969 Mercury Marauder X-100 Hardtop Coupe. Model by Minichamps
1971 Mercury Cougar Coupe Mk II. Model by NEO
1976 Mercury Marquis 2-door Hartdtop Coupe. Model by NEO
1978 Mercury Grand Marquis 4-door. Model by Kess
1989 Mercury Cougar LS. Model by Best of Show