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Various designers and teams designed the Ford Mercury throughout its production history. As with many car models, the design process involved multiple individuals contributing their expertise. While it is challenging to attribute the design of the Ford Mercury to a single person, there were several key figures involved in its styling.

One prominent designer associated with the Ford Mercury was Eugene Bordinat Jr., the vice president of design at Ford Motor Company during the 1960s. Bordinat played a significant role in shaping the overall design direction of Ford's lineup, including the Mercury models.

Additionally, various Ford design teams, including Albert McNea’s, contributed to the design and styling of different Mercury models over the years. These teams included designers at Ford's Dearborn studios in Michigan, as well as design studios in Europe, such as the Ghia studio in Italy, which collaborated on some Mercury models.

Overall, the design of the Ford Mercury involved the collaborative efforts of designers, stylists, and teams within Ford Motor Company, and it evolved to reflect changing automotive trends and market demands.

Artwork Description:

Size: 24”x18”

Materials: Pencil, Marker Pen & Gouache on vellum