today Good price or no dice The Mercury is a single owner car that has been pampered its entire life, according to the ad. Let’s see if its price tag is guaranteed to ensure that a second owner will pamper the car.
The eighth track on the 1979 album Cheap Trick, Dream Police It takes its title from a phrase repeated in the song’s chorus; “I know what I want,” followed by the words “and I know how to get it.” In contrast, sellers of many vintage items tend to live by the motto “I know what I have” which is usually followed by “and I know what I want”.
These specific words were absent from yesterday’s relatively rare announcement 1986 Buick Century Gran Sport Sedan 2-Door. The context, however, was implied by the car’s asking price of $7,000. Most of you didn’t like that sense, which gave the car a 78 percent no dice loss.
So far, that gives us one win and two losses for the week. Let’s see if today 2003 Mercury Marauder It ties it all together, or if its price tag puts us more in the hole.
Mercury initially adopted the Marauder name in the late 1950s to refer to its lineup of performance-oriented V8 engines. The nameplate went from simply naming names on engines to representing the performance sub-model of three of the brand’s car lines in the early 1960s.
The last of these Marauder models was the X-100, which was introduced for the 1969 model year and discontinued when the model run a year later closed in 1970. The main reason for its removal was the rapid decline in acceptance Significant brand performance models by traditional Mercury buyers.
Then the nameplate lay dormant for more than three decades before Ford dusted it off and applied it to… well, a performance copy of Mercury’s biggest luxury car of the time, the Marquis (they don’t say). Those who cannot learn from their mistakes are doomed to repeat them, I believe.
Sales of the more recent Marauder once again proved lackluster and the model was dropped from the Mercury lineup after just two years on the market.
All of this does not make the Marauder a bad car in any way. Today, good examples are sought not only by enthusiasts of the brand, but also by fans of high-performance cars.
This, with a clean address and only 86,000 miles on an ol bar, seems to be a very good example. The seller claims that the car is “in good condition inside and out”, and states that it is “fully stocked.”
Energy comes via standard 4.6-liter DOHC V8 units. In this model, this engine produces 302 horsepower and is mated to a 4R70W four-speed automatic transmission and a 3.55 limited slip rear end. Keeping all under control is a chassis derived from Ford Crown Vic’s Police Interceptor package. 18″ alloy wheels wear new rubber treads and are covered in vintage Mercury “Roman God” emblems.
These emblems are repeated in the engraving on the backrests of the vehicle’s front bucket seats. The seat surfaces across the board are leather and they all appear to be in good condition, with a slight craziness in the face on the sides. Leather also surrounds the two-beam steering wheel, which oddly bears the contemporary Mercury logo at its centre.
Being a large luxury car in essence, it has a wide range of comfort and convenience features, plus it’s new enough to have airbags and a seat belt for peace of mind for occupants. According to the seller, the car was never smoked and food was not eaten in it.
Mercury built just over 11,000 Bandits over the 2003-2004 model years. That fell short of expectations leading Ford to realize that its big sedans were dying on the vine, with performance models leading to extinction. Today, the Marauder has its fans and the seller of this clean-as-bean version is hoping one of these will come along and pay $19,500 for the honor of making this two-owner car.
What do you think of this hot mercury asking for $19,500? Does this sound like a fair price for the car sitting still? Or does this demand make this thief seeking looting?
It’s your decision!
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