03 Mercury Marauder TITAN AUTO SALES in Worth, IL

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2003 Mercury Marauder for sale by Auto Europa Naples MercedesExpert.com
Offered for sale is this gorgeous example of the rare and increasingly collectible Marauder sedan from Mercury, a 2003 model in Classic Black with Dove Gray Leather. This very low mileage car has had one owner since 2004, and remains in impeccable condition throughout. The exterior and interior are original, the polished wheels are in excellent shape, and the tires are freshly replaced. Power comes from an aluminum block 4.6 liter twin-overhead cam V8 from the Mustang Cobra through a 4-speed automatic transmission and in to a 3.55 limited slip differential.  Amenities include power windows, power central locking, power heated mirrors, power locks, tilt, cruise, power adjustable pedals, power leather seats, AM/FM/CD, and more. Only 7838 of these cars were made in 2003, and juwst over 11K in total - they are widely predicted to become very collectible. Please phone (239) 649-7300 for sales information.





Mercury Marauder
The Mercury Marauder was the name of three different automobiles made by the Mercury division of Ford Motor Company. During the 1960s, the Marauder was introduced as the high-performance model of the full-size Mercury line; its Ford equivalent was the Galaxie. From 2003, the Marauder nameplate was revived as a high-performance variant of the full-size Grand Marquis. After lower than expected sales, the Marauder was discontinued at the end of the 2004 model year.





Mercury Marauder on Asanti 22s
Marauder candy brandywine with 22 asanti af144 staggered custom emblems and two-tone interior





2004 Mercury Marauder For Sale @ Karconnectioninc.com Miami, Fl
2004 Mercury Marauder One Owner All Original. CALL US NOW! 305-835-9650 MORE PICTURES COMING SOON WWW.KARCONNECTIONINC.COM Located @ 11491 NW 27 Ave Miami, Fl 33167 In Front of Miami Dade College North. From 2003 to 2004, Ford resurrected the Marauder name as a high-performance version of the Mercury Grand Marquis sedan. Although the Mercury division is most directly a competitor to Buick (and formerly Oldsmobile), the design of this Marauder drew many parallels to the 1994--1996 Chevrolet Impala SS and the later 2006-present Dodge Charger SRT-8 in being a contemporary full-size "muscle sedan",[3] and both being derived from a police vehicle (the Marauder from the Ford Crown Victoria, and the Impala SS from the Chevrolet Caprice). To differentiate itself from the Grand Marquis, the Marauder borrowed and customized trim parts from both its Ford and Mercury stablemates. The headlights and corner lights, from the Grand Marquis, had all non-reflective surfaces blacked out and wore a body-color grille instead of chrome. Side trim and the B-pillars are painted body-color like the Crown Victoria, which donated its trunklid, and tail lights tinted to just within DOT standards. The Marauder wore its own front and rear bumpers, with the front featuring Cibié fog lamps and "Marauder" embossed on the rear. The car's five-spoke 18" wheels feature Mercury's classic "god-head" (Mercury's silhouette) emblem on its center caps. In contrast to the Grand Marquis, the interior of the Marauder featured front bucket seats and a floor shifter with a center console; leather seats were standard. Instead of the simulated wood trim seen in the Grand Marquis, the Marauder substituted simulated satin aluminum trim in its place. The instrument cluster was Marauder-specific, with satin aluminum gauges (with a 140-mph speedometer borrowed from the Ford Police Interceptor) and the pressed electrical board to control them are model-exclusive. To make room for the tachometer, the oil-pressure gauges and voltmeter were moved to the center console. The Marauder is also the only Panther car after 1997 with a specific pin on the PCM for a tachometer.




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