Sold for $62,700 at 2012 Russo & Steele. This 1958 Mercury Voyager Two Door Wagon has been completely restored mechanically and cosmetically and refinished in its correct Oxford Gray and Flamingo Red with correct black and red interior. All the chrome is either new or NOS and it features many rare NOS pieces. The restoration work was completed in the late 2000s. After the work was completed, it made its debut showing at the Milwaukee's Masterpiece Concours in August of 2010.
This 2-Door Wagon may be the only completely restored example. By Daniel Vaughan | Jan 2012
The Mercury Voyager was produced from 1957 through 1958. It was the company's mid-priced, full sized station wagon that was priced between Mercury's other two new full size wagons, the Mercury Commuter and the Colony Park.
There were 2283 examples produced in 1957. For 1958, there were only 568 examples of the 2-door hardtop station wagons produced. While some automakers offered 4-door Hardtop (no B-pillar) station wagons, and a few offered 2 door pillared station wagons, only Mercury offered 2-door hardtop wagons. By Daniel Vaughan | Jan 2012