2002 Mercury Grand Marquis LS
55k original miles, near MINT
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Restored and upgraded, turn the key and go. California/Arizona car. Near showroom condition, documented low miles, clean Car Fax showing no accidents. Private sale, not a dealer.
Serviced by one of my pro mechanic shops. Recent repairs and upgrades:
New fuel pump
New fuel injectors and seals
New fluids and filters
18x8 Mustang wheels and 245/50ZR18 Hankook tires
New brakes and shocks
New window tint
New carpet and sound dampening
I drove the car back from LA to Phoenix and it performed flawlessly, Runs quiet and drives strong with no issues. The 2002 Grand Marquis specs are:
4.6-liter V8 engine
265 pound-feet of torque
2.73 rear end gears
0-60 in 9.6 seconds
17 second quarter mile
135 mph top speed
4R75E overdrive transmission
The slightly wider wheel/tire package gives the car a confident stance and great handling. Combined with its legendary drive train, you get a sporty big-car feel that is FUN TO DRIVE!
Excellent, 9 of 10. Leather seats show little wear. All gauges, switches, lights, signals, window/seat motors, dash controls, AM/FM/Cassette stereo, climate control, clock, etc. are fully functional. Tilt, Cruise, PB, PS, PW, PDL, 8-way power front seats, power heated mirrors, power trunk release, power fuel door. The door panels and headliner are pristine. Carpet is brand new, with new sound dampening.
Excellent condition, 9 of 10, not even a scuff on the bumpers. Panels and gaps are clean and straight. Silver metallic paint is still glossy with pin striping intact. Headlamps are new and crystal clear. Windshield and all window glass and weather stripping are excellent. The undercarriage is very clean. Car has obviously been garaged the majority of its life.
Those of you who have done business with me know that I focus on curating extremely clean, original, low mileage cars with excellent ownership history. This nearly “Barrett Jackson” condition Grand Marquis is another example of the same strategy I have stuck to for 15 years with 75 cars. In my experienced opinion the Grand Marquis is a sleeper that will continue rising in value as collectors and investors start to move in. Now’s the time.