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A cool-cruising survivor-grade classic that even has a big V8, power everything, and cold-blowing A/C. So yeah, we know you like this 1975 Mercury Marquis Brougham even before you checked out the affordable price.
Covered headlights, a full vinyl roof, and a profile as long as the horizon - this classic makes a statement everywhere it goes. But more than just knowing how to make an entrance, this coupe will really impress people who take the time to get to know it better. This car has spent the majority of its life being passed down in the same family. Only more recently has it left the dynasty for the first time. The creamy yellow paint is believed to be the same that was applied at the factory over 45 years ago. While it won't be perfect all these years later, the gloss and completeness truly impresses. And speaking of originality, all the delicate trim is in place. This includes all the sweeping profile pieces that run the full length of the car. And since the panels have been treated with such great respect, all of this trim appears like an unbroken line. You'll love all the details from the crest at the base of the roof, to the rear fender skirts, to the factory wheel covers... it's truly an impressive luxury survivor.
The brown vinyl roof not only harmonizes with the yellow exterior paint, but it also is a preview of the full brown interior. And on a car that has averaged less than 1,200 miles annually, it looks so nicely preserved on the headliner, carpeting, and seats. This has the expansive space and seatbelts for seating up to six, but when it's just you, the fold-down armrest provides individualized comfort. In fact, your seat even power adjusts to the ideal position. As a true premium Mercury, you've got great options like power steering, power windows, power locks, cruise control, an AM/FM/cassette stereo, and plenty of wood paneling on the dash. And when it comes time to go for a cruise, feel free to power down the windows, because the factory air conditioning is also blowing nice and cold.
This is the era of Ford's big 460 cubic-inch V8. So it's great to have what's believed to be the original motor still looking so stock. But as you dig into the details, you can also see it has been correctly maintained, right down to the newer wires and hoses. Topped with a four-barrel carburetor, this is a strong-running example of a torque-filled powerhouse. It's the kind of package where you won't be able to resist adding miles to the low odometer. It has power steering, power brakes, front discs, and a three-speed automatic transmission. So this is the kind of luxury that can easily take you in comfort to survivor car shows as far away as you want.
This survivor-grade full-size luxury coupe is a true delight. And at this price, you can indulge without feeling guilty. Don't miss out, call today!
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