30. Mercury M-Series
You probably didn’t know it, but Mercury made trucks from 1946 all the way to 1968. Although they designed and built them primarily for the Canadian market, Mercury sold their M-Series trucks in the northern parts of the U.S., as well. Visually just slightly different from its Ford counterpart, the Mercury M-Series trucks were mechanically identical to Ford pickups.
Even though Mercury was Ford’s upscale brand, the M-Series trucks they sold across the border had fewer options and details. This is because the Canadian market was smaller and wanted basic work trucks, not fancy, two-tone pickups. Production lasted until 1968 and today Mercury trucks are rare and highly desirable collector’s items.