Gateway classic cars of Detroit is proud to present this 1970
Mercury Marquis. Back when Mercury was still a brand, they made
some really nice cars, like the Cougar, Marauder and this, the
Marquis. Serving as the successor to the four-door Brougham and
two-door Park Lane, the second-generation Marquis was expanded to a
full range of body styles, slotted above the Monterey. This
two-door convertible is packing a 429c.i engine under the hood, and
is mated to a 3-speed Ford C6 heavy-duty automatic transmission.
Finished in a beautiful red exterior and matching red vinyl
interior which both are in great shape. The black automatic
convertible top is very clean as well, with no rips tears or
stains. Options include: A/C, AM/FM radio, power brakes, power
steering, and power windows.If you're in the market for a drop top,
big cruiser that you don't see too often anymore, look no further!
1970 Mercury Marquis
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