We have this incredibly beautiful, well-kept and special Mercury Marquis 2-door Super Marauder 428 V8 for sale
This car is in top condition and super straight. A dream and also a rare, perfect collector's item.
The engine is as follows:
Gross output: 257 kW / 350 PS / 345 PS (gross SAE)
Gross torque: 626 Nm / 462 ft-lb
Engine: 6997 cm3 / 427 cui
Of course, this super cruiser has a power steering and power brakes to bring the large mass to a standstill quickly and safely.
The interior is completely original and is like a dream. Tasteful and elegant. The seats, door panels, headliner, carpet, just everything in great condition! All original parts are still available. Steering wheel, radio, gauges, everything !!!!
The chrome is beautiful and shiny and all the moldings and emblems are all there and in good condition.
The paint is really nice and there is absolutely no rust bubbles in the paint!!! There is just 1 small spot behind the left rear wheel on the inside fender.
The car comes with a Dutch license plate, which is easy for the TÜV or other European approvals. Call today for more information on how you can get behind the wheel of this charming classic gem!!!
This car drives beautifully !!! real honest car !!
Steering is tight, brakes are good, the engine runs very well.
We can ship all over Europe.
Some background information:
The Mercury Marquis is a model line of automobiles that was marketed by the Mercury division of Ford Motor Company. Initially introduced as the flagship Mercury range, the Marquis line was later expanded to include the Mercury Grand Marquis slotted above it.
For 1967, Mercury introduced two model lines to serve as the counterpart of the Ford LTD. Slotted above the Park Lane, the Marquis was a two-door hardtop, with the (Park Lane) Brougham offered as a four-door hardtop; both model lines were offered with a vinyl roof as a standard equipment. The Marquis differed from the LTD with the use of higher-specification interior trim (wood trim in place of simulated wood, optional leather unavailable on the LTD
For 1967, the standard engine for the Marquis was a 410 cubic-inch Marauder V8, producing 330 hp; exclusive to Mercury, the 410 was the optional engine across the full-size Mercury model line. A 4-speed manual transmission was standard, with a 3-speed automatic as an option. For both years, the 428 cubic-inch Super Marauder V8 was an option, producing 345 hp, which our car is also!!!!
Car comes with all needed documents(US title and import documents) to register it in any European Country.
We speak English and German.
We can arrange transport to any European country.