Darrell's Firestone, Auto Repair Farmington and Farmington Hills, Michigan Auto Repair Reviews Farmington and Farmington Hills, Mi.
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Family Owned & Operated For Over 30 Years

2 Years/24,000 Mile Parts & Labor Warranty

All Makes & Models - Foreign & Domestic

6 Months No Interest Financing

Fast, Friendly Service

Mercury

Mercury is known for its advance styling and reliability.

At Darrell's Firestone & Auto Repair in Farmington and Farmingotn Hills, MI in Farmington we make it our priority to keep your Mercury running efficiently with regular service, repair and maintenance. Automotive maintenance is important to keeping your vehicle running in top condition and lasting long into the future. Contact us today to schedule the following:

  • Oil Changes
  • Fluid Replacements(Transmission,Cooling System,Power Steering and Braking System)
  • Air Filter Replacement
  • Tire Rotations
  • Air Conditioning and Heating Systems Check
  • Brake System Inspection
  Make Darrell's Firestone & Auto Repair in Farmington and Farmingotn Hills, MI in Farmington your preferred Mercury repair facility. We are here when you need us.

Call or contact us to today for a quote or to schedule service.


Darrell's Firestone & Auto Repair in Farmington and Farmingotn Hills, MI in Farmington also services the needs of Farmington, Redford, Northville, Novi, Bingham Farms, Southfield, Farmington Hills

Darrell's Firestone & Auto Repair in Farmington and Farmingotn Hills, MI
23534 Farmington Rd.
Farmington , MI 48336

248.477.9090

In 1935, Edsel Ford designed a more luxurious version of the Ford that he intended to call the Falcon. Since he didn't think it fit in with other Fords, he created a new brand named for the Roman god -- Mercury.

The 1939 Mercury 8 began production in 1938, with a 95 horsepower (71 kW; 96 PS) V8 engine. Over 65,800 were sold the first year, at a price of $916 (approximately $14,000 in 2010 dollars).[4][5] It was an all new car, sharing no body panels with either Ford or Lincoln. Its body was six inches wider than Ford and rode on a 116 inch wheelbase, four inches longer than Ford.