Current Issue of Quicksilver - Winter 2020

Update 1-8-20

2020 is starting off as a great year for the IMOA club, which is marking its 30th anniversary. A record number of early registrations for the June 24-28 annual show in the greater Denver area shows great interest in the visits to the Clive Cussler Auto Museum, Colorado Railroad Museum and Coors Brewery.

A preview of the 2020 show highlighting the Cussler museum is in the Events section and registration forms can be downloaded from here: IMOA Show Registration

While the main car show and judging will be held Saturday, June 27, IMOA members can also take part in the All-Ford Show on Sunday, June 28, in Golden, Colo. You can attend for free, but registration is required if you want to enter a car for judging.

The registration for the All-Ford Show is here: 2020-All-Ford-Show-Registration

The Winter 2020 issue of Quicksilver has been mailed and features another installment of Tom Maruska’s restoration of the 1956 Turnpike Cruiser concept; Rob May writes about a southern Montego that made its mark with dirt track racing; Jesse Patton provides information on how the neutral safety switch is tied to Merc-O-Matic adjustments; IMOA President Jerry Robbin test drives the 2020 Lincoln Aviator SUV; a 1979 Cougar visits Carhenge and much more.

As usual, the new Winter 2020 Classifieds are in the Classifieds section.

There is a modification of the New Membership application form. The first page is a roundup of member benefits with the second page the actual form to fill out to apply. The purpose is for IMOA members to hand out the form to Mercury owners they come across who are not aware of the club. For those who do not want to tear out the back-to-back page from the magazine, the forms can be downloaded from here: IMOA New Member Registration

Please note that when you click on the link and it takes you to the PDF image, you will have to click again to get both pages.

Also, a note to members that the IMOA fax number has been discontinued. Other contact information remains the same: e-mail, info@mercuryclub.com; phone, (847) 997-8624 and mail, IMOA, P.O. Box 1245, Northbrook, Ill., 60065-1245.

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!!!