'71 Mercury Marquis V8 Sound
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1973 Mercury Marquis Brougham 429 V8
This is an old video that I found on my hard drive. I figured instead of deleting it, I'd go ahead and post it. I thought somebody might find it interesting. It's a 1973 Mercury Marquis Brougham, black on black, powered by the big 429 V8, backed by an automatic trans. It's a two door luxury cruiser for sure. It's pretty nice shape for it's age. Hope you find it interesting....thanks for watching! http://www.facebook.com/RamblinAroundonYouTube http://ramblinaroundonyoutube.wordpress.com/ https://twitter.com/#!/RamblinAround The background music track is Whiskey on the Mississippi by Kevin MacLeod. Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license. Download link:http://music.incompetech.com/royaltyfree2/Whiskey%20on%20the%20Mississ ippi.mp3 MacLeod's description: Genre: Blues Length: 3:15 Instruments: Guitar, Bass, Kit, Organ, EP Tempo: 90 With a jumping bass and off-beat syncopation, this is straight from Memphis' Beale Street. The Hammond organ and electric guitar play together as longtime friends, while the melody changes hands from guitar to organ to electric piano. 011 ISRC: US-UAN-11-00709 Bouncy, Grooving 2010
1971 Mercury Marquis coupe for sale in Columbus, Ohio.
Too cold to be outside in this godforsaken state to be looking at cars at this time of year, but I could not resist! Factory 429 2BBL high-compression engine, and was told that the car will run and drive okay, however, the gas tank would eventually need to be replaced, for it leaks(more than likely rusted through in some places), and this is the reason for the "temporary plumbing" with the plastic gas can under the hood that is routed to the mechanical fuel pump, and then, of course, the factory hard fuel line leading directly into the carb. Both rear quarter panels are pretty badly rusted, and more than likely, both would need to be replaced. However, the rest of the body seems solid. I was told that the driver's side cylinder head was removed and a valve job was done, and then the head was reinstalled with a new head gasket. Again, this was only for the driver's side. Factory "rim-blow horn" 3-spoke sport steering wheel with tilt, but the wheel itself needs to be restored, or at least the inner rubber contract-strip replaced for the horn to work again, for it is dry-rotted. The car was attempted to be started, but for about 15 minutes and with multiple trying, no success. The steering column ignition tumbler sticks and moves slow, but more than likely, a simple, cheap replacement of the ignition switch, and that would solve the problem. One may speculate on a simple greasing of the rod between the ignition switch and tumbler assembly, but my intution tells me that it is really the 41 year-old original ignition switch that could stand to be replaced. Lastly: YES, I knew all along that this is a Mercury and not a Lincoln. I don't know what possessed me to say so, but I blurted out Lincoln. Silbing rivalry anyway.