The browser you are using is no longer supported!

Please choose to download one of the following options for an improved browsing experience:

Chrome ( Download ), Microsoft Edge ( Download ) or Mozilla Firefox ( Download )

Stock #:


1958 Mercury Commuter 6 Passenger Hardtop Wagon



or give us a call at (704) 598-2130

Questions? Send A Message

1958 Mercury

Commuter 6 Passenger Hardtop Wagon



Engine Size
383 V8
3 Speed Automatic
1,293 (Since Built)
Questions? Send A Message

or give us a call at (704) 598-2130

Share this Vehicle

Print Window Sticker
Learn More



Beautiful, rare, and subtle modern upgrades make this an outstanding total package. So while everyone will marvel at the meticulous restoration of this hardtop-style 1958 Mercury Commuter wagon, you'll be basking in the A/C comfort.

You could consider yourself lucky if you got your hands on one of Mercury's wagons in the late '50s. They were part of the premium brotherhood that offered a cool hardtop station wagons for only a few short years. Because wagons were expensive, these were quite rare. Mercury only produced 8,601 Commuter six-passenger wagons in '58, and when you think about how many were worn-out pulling family duty, this one is a prized example sixty years later. Of course it took a lot of investment to look this good. It received a nut and bolt rotisserie restoration in 2010 that cost over $100,000. They painted it a 1958-correct Twilight Turquoise, and the level of gloss and luster of the modern clear coat outshines anything from the 1950s. Plus, the Marble White highlights the best features of this chic wagon as it creates a terrific two-tone. But more than just the color, this is an amazing total package. Up front there's the large mirror-like dual grilles with a golden Mercury M in the center. The profile utilizes intricate trim to make the turquoise and white look like an ocean wave cresting on the rear doors. And it all ends in unique V-shaped tail fins. With all these amazing details you might also not pick up on the upgrades like the like the torque thrust II-style wheels on iconic whitewalls. Only at night will you experience the difference the upgraded headlight and taillight package makes.

Because the hardtop makes sneaking a peek at the interior much easier, you'll love how the turquoise and white theme is continued inside. The handsome interior looks like it has had a serious investment in keeping it looking period-correct. The seats have an intricate pattern on both rows, and with less than 1,300 miles on this wagon since completing restoration, it still looks fantastic today. We love how the door panels, dash, headliner, and carpeting are all part of a well-coordinated package. Sit in the driver's seat, and you are treated to a bright styling masterpiece. These Mercurys were quite unique with the oblong steering wheel and push-button transmission. While this one looks period-correct, right down to window cranks, there are a few subtle upgrades you're going to love. For example, the correct AM radio is still on display, but your real tunes come from a modern AM/FM/CD stereo hidden in the glovebox. This one has power windows to help you showcase the hardtop profile, you're going to love the modern R134a air conditioning to keep as cool as you look behind the wheel.

So much invested in the restoration, there was plenty in the budget to focus on the engine bay, too. The V8 is a correct-spec 383 cubic-inch unit. Its presentation is quite nice with the mirror-like air topper, shining silver presentation, and the "M" logo valve covers that are perfect '50s cool. In fact, they were so mindful about the restoration/rebuild of this motor that it even has the correct Holley four-barrel carburetor on top. The undercharge photos tells you nothing was overlooked when they worked on this wagon. With this kind of investment in the build and proper maintenance ever since, the powerful V8 fires up nicely and idles like a smooth Mercury should. The same effortlessness can describe the ride and its overall demeanor on the road thanks to feature like the three-speed automatic transmission and power steering. Just to make sure this Commuter is truly a great cruising machine, it has the superior stopping power of front disc brakes.

The sale comes complete with the owner's manual, and service manuals. This is the rare wagon that has been restored to comfortably drive to all the car shows, and even win you awards when you get there. It's a total package classic that leaves you wanting for nothing. Call now!

Read More


  • Seatbelts
  • Power Windows
  • Power Steering
  • Power Brakes
  • Four Wheel Disc Brakes
  • Vinyl Interior
  • Heat
  • Air Conditioning
  • Defrost
  • CD Player
  • AM/FM Radio
  • AM Radio
Show More


  • Service Manuals
  • Owner's Manual
Show More


Exterior Color
Twilight Turquoise
Interior Color
Transmission Spec
Rear End
Ford 9"
Front Suspension
Rear Suspension
Leaf Spring
Front Brakes
Power Disc
Rear Brakes
Power Disc
Show More

Why Consign with Streetside?

Because we make it easy for you to get more money in your pocket. Here are even more reasons to choose us…

Learn More
#1 Trusted Consignment Dealer
We Will Get Your Top Dollar $$
Indoor Showrooms Nationwide
We Conveniently Ship Worldwide
Quick Financing Is Always Available
No Upfront or Monthly Fees