Mercury: Grand Marquis Colony Park 1967 Mercury Colony Park Station Wagon Wood

1967 Mercury Grand Marquis

Technical specifications of Mercury Grand Marquis 1967

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Item location: Stanford, California, United States
Make: Mercury
Model: Grand Marquis
SubModel: Colony Park
Type: Wagon
Year: 1967
Mileage: 45,150
VIN: 7Z76h529818
Color: Brown
Engine size: 390
Number of cylinders: 8
Power options: Power Locks
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: Tan
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

Up for consideration is a sturdy American classic. The old family station wagon, complete with the wood paneling. This is a beast of a car that doesn't handle like a brand new Mazda, but it has so much more personality, it's a different creature. The bad: It has some fading on the paint. The rear window doesn't want to roll down for me. The gas gauge isn't working. And, it will cut out and dieoccasionally, especially when you stop/slow for an intersection, and then try to accelerate out. It sat for a long time and has some varnishing of the gas, (according to the mechanic). It would probably benefit from having the tank boiled out and the carb rebuilt. It recently decided to drip some coolant. (a slow drip, I just noticed some on the ground where it was parked for a while) I think it has a rear light that is out.
The good. It has a new fuel pump just put it. It has tonnes of personality and gets lots of attention. I don't drive it often, but I've had multiple folks pull up next to me and ask me about it. I've had two notes on the windshield with unsolicited offers to buy it. It get's noticed. I've seen photos of these fully restored with fresh paint and they look great. Headliner and upholstery are in good condition.
Has a 390 8 cylinder engine with a two barrel carburetor.
We have a new baby in the house and my wife has beenencouragingme to move this on to someone who will appreciate it, basically since I got it. I've had it for a year so I don't know much of the history. I got it from the estate of a person who I was told was the original owner. It has a clean title and is ready to go.
I have it as a local pick up. If you need it shipped, I can work with your shipper to get it sorted out. I probably wouldn't drive itacrossthe country myself without spending some time at the mechanic first, so if you're living inTallahassee, look into shipping before you buy, please.

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