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1968 Mercury Park Lane Brougham [57C]

1968 Mercury Park Lane [57C] in Hawaii Five-O, TV Series, 1968-1980 IMDB Ep. 3.01

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US

1968 Mercury Park Lane Brougham [57C]

[*][*][*][*] Vehicle used a lot by a main character or for a long time

Comments about this vehicle

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DynaMike NL

2008-05-17 22:15

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1968 Mercury ?

taxiguy US

2008-05-17 22:20

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It says Mercury on the hood, so yes.

taxiguy US

2008-05-17 22:21

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Maybe same as /vehicle_88376-Mercury-Marquis-1967.html ?

yvon52 BE

2008-05-17 22:22

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Front vue

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yvon52 BE

2008-05-17 22:24

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taxiguy wrote Maybe same as /vehicle_88376-Mercury-Marquis-1967.html ?


It could be, It's the police car of the main caracter
I idn't add the old picture possibility about the 1967 Mercury Marquis

-- Last edit: 2008-05-17 22:24:38

car nerd US

2008-05-18 00:49

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1968 Mercury Park Lane. It may be a Brougham model but the Park Lane of this year was a two-door coupe only and was considered a sub-series of the Park Lane model.

carguy60 US

2008-07-06 21:20

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It's a Parklane Brougham. This car still exist and is owned by a friend of mine, who spent a small fortune restoring it after it's partial destruction on the show. Here are a few photos as it is today.
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This car, provided by Ford Motor Company, is equipped with nearly every option.
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Note the microphone on the dash.This is just a prop as no radio ever went with it.
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Under the hood is the original 428 V-8 engine.
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Here is the "dummy" roof antenna
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Driver's sunvisor is signed by actors Zulu, Kam Fong, and James McArthur.
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-- Last edit: 2009-01-19 04:23:42

HunterMan US

2009-01-17 01:52

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Those are some superb pics!!! I know the car was purchased by Michael Timothy in 1986, so is that your friend? Does he also own the 74 Merc that McGarrett drove at the last? I know that car was up for sale about 10 years ago by Jack Lord's stunt double, who Lord gave the car to at the end of the show's run.

Would LOVE to see this car...I want to drive it everyday if I owned it, but I probably wouldn't, because that'd wear it out! LOL. Anyway, yes it's a 1968 Mercury Park Lane Brougham. That year also had a few Park Lane two-door convertibles made, but the standard was the 4 door sedan.

McGarrett's first car in the Pilot was a two door 67 Mercury Marquis, but he started driving this Park Lane Brougham with the first actual series episode, and drove it through at least season 6. With season 7 came the 1974 Mercury Marquis Brougham, which he finished out the series with.

carguy60 US

2009-01-19 04:22

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Yes, Mike Timothy still owns the car, but not the '74 Grand Marquis. I know that one was sold, but I'm not sure of it's current location. The '67 Marquis used in the pilot was rented from Hertz and then returned to their fleet, so it's whereabouts is unknown.

Five-0 Fan US

2009-03-04 20:58

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I really want a model of this car (die cast?) for my desk, complete with the "Book Em" license plate. :) Does anyone know if there are models of this car for sale? If not, is there a company that could make one?

THE BIG BOPPER

2009-05-25 22:59

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GOD BLESS YOUR FRIEND carguy60 THAT IS WHAT NEDS TO BE DONE RESTORE EM DO NOTT CRUSH EM PLEASE THESE CARS ARE NOT MADE ENNYMORE

HunterMan US

2009-10-23 05:11

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carguy60 wrote Yes, Mike Timothy still owns the car, but not the '74 Grand Marquis. I know that one was sold, but I'm not sure of it's current location. The '67 Marquis used in the pilot was rented from Hertz and then returned to their fleet, so it's whereabouts is unknown.


Really? I know that at one of the "Five-0" reunion conventions in the late 90's, Timothy did look at and drive the 74 Mercury. I was hoping/assuming he probably acquired it too and had restored it by now. But, maybe not?? Oh man, I hope whoever has it, is or has restored it and not "junked" it!


-- Last edit: 2009-10-24 03:44:40

HunterMan US

2009-10-25 07:21

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car nerd wrote 1968 Mercury Park Lane. It may be a Brougham model but the Park Lane of this year was a two-door coupe only and was considered a sub-series of the Park Lane model.


Actually this is not true. The Park Lane of this year (1968) was not a two-door coupe only. Most Park Lanes for '68 were 4-door hardtops (like McGarrett's and the one pictured here). The Mercury Monterey had 2-door hardtops though--maybe you are thinking of them.

FiveOguy

2009-11-17 18:32

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HunterMan,

Your friend is very fortunate to have the car and I love the story behind the acquisition. Would your friend have any interest in selling the Mercury? I would be very interested.

FiveOguy

2009-11-17 18:36

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Oops, I just realized that it is actually carguy60 who knows Mike Timothy. I apologize for my error. My questions remains, would Mike be interested in talking about selling the car?

HunterMan US

2009-11-22 20:08

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FiveOguy,

That's okay...I wish I did know Mike Timothy! :) Awesome username too..."Hawaii Five-0" is one of my all-time favorite shows! Anyway, I seriously doubt Mike would be interested in selling the car, as from what I understand he went through a lot of "blood-sweat-n-tears" (and I assume probably a lot of $$$ too ;) ) to acquire the remains of the Parklane from an old CBS warehouse in Hawaii--then the process of completely restoring it. I would bet the man will keep the car until he dies...I would! :D I would be happy to just someday get to see the car...maybe sit in it or get a ride in it.

-- Last edit: 2009-11-22 20:11:14

FiveOguy

2009-11-25 18:49

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HunterMan,

I agree with you completely and would love the opportunity just to see the car. Just wanted to put it out there that I would like to talk to Mike about what it would take for him to consider selling the car. I would certainly make sure that it was cared for and appreciated.

HunterMan US

2009-11-30 07:59

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Timothy acquired what was left of the car and began restoring it in 1986--almost 24 years ago, but I assume he does still have the Parklane. I don't know how old Timothy is and/or where he lives now. It appears that carguy60 might be your best bet to get a hold of him...but I wouldn't hold your breath on Mike selling it. ;)

carguy60 US

2010-01-08 06:41

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FiveOguy,

I have talked to my friend and both he and the Parklane are doing fine. He has no plans to sell the car at any price and is not willing to discuss the matter.

FiveOguy

2010-01-11 22:31

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Carguy60,

I appreciate your note. I am happy to hear that both friend and Parklane are doing well. Please just know that I remain interested at any point in time should your friend be willing to part with the car. I am both a great fan of the show and a serious car collector so it would have a new loving home.

carguy60 US

2010-02-01 00:51

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FiveOguy,

Don't keep your hopes up. I'm ahead of you in line for it!

FiveOguy

2010-02-09 21:39

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You are very fortunate to have the connection. It must be fun just to be able to visit the car. I will keep my hopes reasonable, however, please remember to keep me in the bidding when either you or your friend have any thoughts about selling.

FiveOguy

2010-02-09 21:42

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One other note to all the Hawaii Five-O car fans, I would also be interested in acquiring the 74 Mercury from the show if anyone knows where it is. The Park Lane is my first choice but it seems that it may be quite some time, if ever, before it is available.

carguy60 US

2010-04-19 04:39

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According to this article in the Honolulu Advertiser of 4-18-10, the '74 Marquis Brougham still belongs to John Nordlum:

McGarrett's Marquis still motoring along
Iconic '74 Mercury will be seen again, in pilot for new 'Hawaii 5-0'

By Mike Gordon
Advertiser Staff Writer

NĀNĀKULI — It took a few tries, but the ignition finally sparked and the '74 Mercury Marquis roared to life. John Nordlum tapped the gas pedal and grinned. He loves this big, black car, now more than ever. Gently, he slipped the transmission into reverse, released the parking brake — the only working brake on the car — and backed out of his driveway. Nordlum's feet tap-danced again as he shifted into drive and then he was off. The car rumbled, and the bench seat rocked a bit. It's not bolted to the floor anymore. That didn't faze Nordlum, a lanky, graying stuntman with 30 years of experience in TV and movies. He's no stranger to rough rides, and his face lit up as he guided the boatlike monster.

"It goes like hell," Nordlum said. That's for sure. The Mercury still has some go in it, and besides, it is no ordinary vehicle. This car has provenance. This was Steve McGarrett's trusted ride — the car Jack Lord drove when he played the square-jawed crime fighter during the heyday of "Hawaii Five-0."

After the CBS series ended in 1980, Lord gave the car to Nordlum, who had been his stunt double and the man often at the wheel of the Mercury whenever it chased the bad guys through Honolulu. Ever since, Nordlum has wondered why his friend did that, but found his answer last month — when CBS borrowed the car for its remake of "Hawaii Five-0." "Jack's spirit is in that car, and he is going to live again in this show through that car," Nordlum said. "That's why he gave me that car." The Mercury Marquis was the second car used in the original "Hawaii Five-0," which premiered in 1968. McGarrett drove a 1968 Mercury Parklane Brougham through the 1973 season, then got the keys to the Marquis.

TORN SEATS, RUST

Nordlum was a diver when Lord saw him during filming at the Makai Pier in 1971. The actor offered Nordlum a part in an episode and eventually that led to a full-time job as a stunt double and stand-in for Lord. After "Hawaii Five-0" ended, Nordlum grew a mustache and worked as Tom Selleck's stunt double and stand-in on "Magnum, P.I." He made stunt work a career and founded the Hawaii Stunt Association on Lord's suggestion. For years, Nordlum drove the Marquis everywhere he had to go. Sometimes, fans recognized the car and Nordlum let them pose for photographs. And despite reports to the contrary, he never wanted to sell it.

The " 'Five-0' car," as his neighbors refer to it, is a landmark on Nordlum's street. He's maintained the engine himself, kept the big, 460-cubic-inch V8 running — and running loud — but has not kept the rest of the car in vintage condition. The headliner is tattered and the seats are torn in so many places that the springs are visible. Flakes of rust litter the floor. Still, the police radio mike and cord that marked it as McGarrett's ride are there.

Early last month, friends who belong to the Teamsters, one of the unions that work in the film industry, asked if CBS could use the car for the remake. Nordlum secured the deal on the strength of a handshake in his driveway. "They put it on a trailer in front of my house and when they drove down the road, it was like they took my baby," he said. "They drove it down the street and I cried." Nordlum worried the whole time it was gone, he says. When it was returned a month later, it had a shiny new paint job, but its rectangular hood ornament and radio antenna were missing. Still, it had a part in the "Hawaii Five-0" remake. "It's one of the stars of the show," Nordlum said. "It's going to be McGarrett junior's baby."

MCGARRETT'S SON

This is no cameo for the Mercury. The car appears at the beginning and the end of the pilot, Nordlum said. The new version of "Five-0" follows the creation of an elite police unit, led by a younger McGarrett, son of the original top cop, so it would hardly be possible to refer to the car's role in the previous series without some kind of funky flashback. Instead, the car has a place in the current story.

When McGarrett, a former Navy SEAL, returns to Hawai'i at the beginning of the pilot, he finds the car in storage. It had belonged to his late father and needs fixing up. The car is seen again at the end of the pilot, and McGarrett is tackling the project. In the new "Five-0," the detective calls the project "the restoration of a lifetime."

That hits home for Nordlum, who has been in that car and felt he wasn't quite alone. "We see that he works on the car, and it is part of his hobby, his meditation, and he communicates with his father through the car," Nordlum said. "I felt very good when I heard about that scene. "When I am working on the car, I swear I can remember Jack Lord in this car," he said. "I think he communicates with me through this car."

The car is ready for its comeback , Nordlum says. It will always be running, a rumbling tribute to Lord. "His spirit is in this car," he says. "That thing doesn't quit. Nearly 200,000 miles and there is no stopping that car. It's like McGarrett. It goes on and on like the character."

fiveoguy

2010-05-29 00:08

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Hi Carguy60,

I just checked the site and enjoyed reading your note on the article on the remake. I am happy to hear that the car and spirit of Jack Lord live on. I hope that the new series is well done and is a real tribute to the original show. It seems that I may be a very old man before I ever have a shot at owning one of these iconic cars, if ever. Congratulations again to the current owners of both Mercurys.

14Stutz US

2010-09-21 19:46

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Wow...great information...I love it when owners or friends of owners come on and tell us the "rest of the story".

Thrilled to hear the '68 survived, and the '73 is being used in the new series.

BTW: in the opening cedits of Magnum, P.I. there was a quick shot of a Mercury exploding...I was afraid that was McGarrett's 68.

night cub US

2010-09-22 01:20

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14Stutz wrote Wow...great information...I love it when owners or friends of owners come on and tell us the "rest of the story".

Thrilled to hear the '68 survived, and the '73 is being used in the new series.

BTW: in the opening cedits of Magnum, P.I. there was a quick shot of a Mercury exploding...I was afraid that was McGarrett's 68.


The car exploding in the opening credits of Magnum PI is an early 60s Imperial. It's from one of the first episodes of the series.

14Stutz US

2010-09-22 01:36

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night cub wrote

The car exploding in the opening credits of Magnum PI is an early 60s Imperial. It's from one of the first episodes of the series.



Thanks for correcting me.

Five0Fiend CA

2010-11-07 05:14

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I wanted to add that if you watch the opening scenes/credits of the show, the 1967 Mercury 2 door hardtop is the car speeding along, you see the car from an aerial shot, freeze frame and you see it, interesting considering the car was not used in the series. However, there is at least one episode that being season 4, there is a stock footage scene where Jack Lord walks out of his office building and enters the 1967 2 door hardtop and drives off, he eventually arrives at a location and he is driving his 68 Mercury 4 door hardtop, of note, he is wearing a different suit when he arrives than when he left the office. There is also another episode where a Lincoln Continental 4 door comes into scene with Jack Lord driving, he parks and the Lincoln suddenly turns into a 68 Mercury Park Lane. There are lots of scenes like this, cars changing in the same scene.

Commander 57 US

2010-11-07 16:32

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Fun to watch for, aren't they?

That '68 is one beautiful car!

fiveoguy

2010-11-26 05:19

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Hi, just checking in to see if John or Timothy might have any interest at this point in selling their cars to this devoted fan. I remain interested and patient.

1968 brougham US

2010-11-28 04:07

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Hi fiveoguy. I can more then likely assure you neither person will sell their car. The 74 is basically rusted away and as Michael Timothy stated his is basically a shadow of the original as almost everything has been replaced. Do like I did and recreate one yourself. Mine is a dead ringer for the original car with exception that mine has power vent windows also. I will tell you it ain't easy to find one. I found several sedans but no hardtops. Then when I did find a hardtop it was not a Brougham. When I did find one it was a parts car at best. I got lucky and found a Brougham hardtop that had been in Arizona since new but interior was sunbaked and shreaded. The body was rock solid with almost no rust. It was amazing. The guy that had the car had a sedan parts car from Mn. that was a total rust bucket but had a beautiful almost perfect interior. I was able to use the dual power front seats and rear seat which did not have a tear in them. Pretty neat that they are the original seats as they have the embroidery above the center armrest. The door panels are different vs. the hardtop and sedan but mine were in great shape. I had to do some altering to the rear seat brackets as they are different. So I now have a nice triple black Brougham hardtop with dual power seats, power windows, power vent windows, and a few more options. They are hard to find but thats what I would do and save a bunch of money and have fun with it.

fiveoguy

2010-12-01 15:16

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Hi 1968 Brougham,

Thanks for your note. It sounds like you have a great car. It would be very rewarding to have something after so much effort creating it yourself. This is definately a fun and smart alternative to the orignal two cars. I remain, however, determined to at least try to be the next keeper of one of the two original cars if there is even the slightest change. Always good to have something to aspire to. Enjoy your special car.

HunterMan US

2011-01-23 22:54

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14Stutz wrote Wow...great information...I love it when owners or friends of owners come on and tell us the "rest of the story".

Thrilled to hear the '68 survived, and the '73 is being used in the new series.

BTW: in the opening cedits of Magnum, P.I. there was a quick shot of a Mercury exploding...I was afraid that was McGarrett's 68.


First, McGarrett's last car was not a 1973...but a 1974 Mercury Marquis. The 68 really did not "survive" as we think of the term, LOL! :lol: There was hardly anything left when Michael Timothy acquired the remains...he basically rebuilt and/or re-created a brand new car. But, it's still awesome that he took what was left and re-created McGarrett's iconic Park Lane! :king:

I also read the article this last fall about the 74 Merc being used for a part of the new show...and I was especially pleased that Nordlum still owned it! He truly should restore it and not continue to let it rust. :/ But, the producers of the new show did give it a new coat of paint. ;)


-- Last edit: 2011-01-23 22:58:32

Ghostsoldier US

2011-04-11 18:50

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1968 brougham wrote Do like I did and recreate one yourself. Mine is a dead ringer for the original car with exception that mine has power vent windows also. I will tell you it ain't easy to find one. I found several sedans but no hardtops. Then when I did find a hardtop it was not a Brougham. When I did find one it was a parts car at best. I got lucky and found a Brougham hardtop that had been in Arizona since new but interior was sunbaked and shreaded. The body was rock solid with almost no rust. It was amazing. The guy that had the car had a sedan parts car from Mn. that was a total rust bucket but had a beautiful almost perfect interior. I was able to use the dual power front seats and rear seat which did not have a tear in them. Pretty neat that they are the original seats as they have the embroidery above the center armrest. The door panels are different vs. the hardtop and sedan but mine were in great shape. I had to do some altering to the rear seat brackets as they are different. So I now have a nice triple black Brougham hardtop with dual power seats, power windows, power vent windows, and a few more options. They are hard to find but thats what I would do and save a bunch of money and have fun with it.


I know this is necro-posting, but if you're still around here, 1968 brougham, I'd like to know if you have any photos of your car; maybe a website, forum or photo album that showcases your repro Five-0 car. I sure would like to see it!



-- Last edit: 2011-04-11 18:51:07

1968 brougham US

2011-04-18 05:19

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Here are the pictures of my 68 Brougham. It still needs a few minor things but nothing major. The car was in Scottsdale Arizona most of its life. It still retains the original exhaust system. I will try to post more pics this summer as I just pulled it out of the garage (first time since last fall). It has power vent windows which the 5-0 car did not. Its not a perfect car but perfect for what I need. Thanks again for wanting to see some pictures.

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Helotours US

2011-04-22 20:00

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I know that the current owner has spent a lot of time refurbishing Steve McGarrett's car! It looks fantastic. I would also be a buyer for this car, $100K, plus. Put me in line! helotours@hotmail.com

avanti fanatic US

2011-07-27 21:48

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Hi 1968 Brougham..Great idea re-creating your own Five-O Mercury !!.If you happen to know of,or hear of,another '68 Park Lane Brougham hardtop that might be available ,please let me know.Would like to have my own Five-O car..Thanks!!...Jim

1968 brougham US

2011-08-02 19:21

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If you are interested in mine you may email me your contact info to gater1961@frontier.com They are a very tough car to fine. Found many Park Lane sedans (many were not Broughams). Its really hard to find a hardtop that is a Brougham thats not a rust bucket. My car was in Scottsdale Az for the first 35 years of its life then stored. Let me know and if not thats fine too as I know I will hate to part with it.

kdc1965 CA

2012-08-07 04:21

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Hi, just love these cars and Hawaii Five O, my dad had a 68 Park
And 4 door, would always imagine driving in the show! Too bad he sold it, it's still around town though!
Not a brougham,, the tail Lights are square. I think the one you are talking about are 67s

night cub US

2012-09-21 23:18

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Some caps of Steve McGarrett's 1968 Mercury:
Ep 1.01:
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Ep 1.02:
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Ep 1.04, used by some bad guys:
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and then Steve:
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Ep 1.06:
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Ep 1.07 & 1.15 & 1.17:
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Season 2:
Ep 2.10 & 2.20 & 2.21 & 2.23:
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Ep 2.23 & 2.24:
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68merc US

2014-02-28 22:20

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I have a beautiful triple-black 1968 Mercury Park Lane Brougham 4-door hardtop for sale in Mars, PA. No bull, no scam. Please contact me if interested. I will be selling the car at auction in the spring unless a private sale is arranged beforehand. No rush, the car will remain in climate controlled winter storage for at least another month.

vistacruiser67 US

2014-03-17 16:07

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Wonder what became of the 2dr car used in the pilot?

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mercpkln US

2014-04-17 04:16

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68merc wrote I have a beautiful triple-black 1968 Mercury Park Lane Brougham 4-door hardtop for sale in Mars, PA. No bull, no scam. Please contact me if interested. I will be selling the car at auction in the spring unless a private sale is arranged beforehand. No rush, the car will remain in climate controlled winter storage for at least another month.

Is this car still available?

68merc US

2014-07-11 01:21

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Thanks to everyone who has expressed interest in the car. Please note the auction announcement at:

Link to "www.hemmings.com"

I have also created a website where I will soon add photos, videos, and information about the car and the upcoming auction:

http://www.fiveocar.com

Thanks again, and stay tuned!

night cub US

2014-08-11 07:02

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Season 3:
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68merc US

2014-08-26 04:32

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Here are some pictures of the car I am selling:

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Please visit http://www.fiveocar.com to see more pictures!

-- Last edit: 2014-08-26 04:44:32

Commander 57 US

2014-08-26 14:27

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Beautiful.

Redhead123 US

2014-09-22 14:18

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Amazing car from the series

somas1 US

2014-11-06 22:47

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I have a 1968 Mercury Parklane Brougham four door hardtop black in very good condition with a 428 and loaded

contact me by email at

selby5@charter.net

http://wausau.craigslist.org/cto/4708682869.html

oddsox US

2015-01-10 02:32

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taxiguy wrote Maybe same as /vehicle_88376-Mercury-Marquis-1967.html ?

no, that's a '67.

night cub US

2015-07-12 22:56

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Season 4, Steve's Park Lane is starting to look dated, compared to the newer police and squad cars on the show:
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Commander 57 US

2015-07-12 22:59

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Is there any better documented car on the site?
(Would that we had such coverage of every car!)

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