Current Issue of Quicksilver - Summer 2014

Quicksilver Summer 2014

The Summer 2014 issue of Quicksilver is ready and should be arriving in your mail shortly. It has updated information on the annual IMOA 2014 show, which will be held Aug. 14-17 in Dearborn, Mich. Please note that the deadline to register for the show is July 27. A new story with updated information is in the Events link, where you will also find the two-page registration form in a single PDF download link and another story with the latest and most complete show schedule.

The event will be held during the Woodward Dream Cruise, with the 75th anniversary of Mercury and the 50th anniversary of the Mustang being celebrated. Members can tour the Ford Piquette Avenue Plant, birthplace of the Model T and the only example of an early Detroit auto factory open to visitors. There is also the Ford Rouge Factory tour, based out of the Henry Ford Museum. In addition, there are visits to the Roush Automotive Collection, Berardi private collection and Watson Racing.

The new Quicksilver also features Virgil Klein’s roundup of the Mercury presence at the Fabulous Fords Forever show at Knott’s Berry Farm; the IMOA at the Carlisle Ford Nationals; John Harvey lamenting the dwindling number of collector car magazines; a look at a 1963 Meteor S-33; Jerry Robbin’s test drive of the 2014 Mustang; Members’ Cars, Classifieds and more!

As usual, all classifieds received and posted online since the last issue have been consolidated into the Summer Classifieds section.




IMOA Mercuryville

The International Mercury Owners Association held their annual meeting at the Route 66 Festival in Springfield IL on Sept 27 - 29, 2013. Eight minutes of Mercurys and the people who love them.

Welcome to the International Mercury Owners Association

The club dedicated to Mercury lovers everywhere.

On this website you will be able to see what IMOA is all about. You will be able to make contact with other members, keep up to date on upcoming events and find valuable info on any Mercury you may be interested in. Browse through our classifieds to find that dream car or hard to find part, check out pictures and stories about member's cars in our 'Member's Classics' section, or read a tech article on that repair you've been needing to do.

If you're not yet a member, be sure to visit our 'Join The Club' section to find out about all the great benefits of being an IMOA member and see how easy it is to become a part of this great group. We look forward to hearing from you!!!