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1964 - 2004 Marauders
1969 Marauder X100 (9Z61N525794)

1969 Marauder X100 (9Z61N525794)
Dean Mitcham


Body Style 2 Door Hardtop (Tunnel Roof)
Latest Mileage 119602 Miles
Owner Number 3?
Marauder is from Florida
Built in St. Louis on 10/68
Mercury number 25794

POWER TRAIN

Engine - 429 4V
Transmission - Automatic (C6)
Axle - 2.80:1 Limited Slip

EXTERIOR

Original Ford Color - Light Blue
Some hidden rust, a bent front bumper, but actually nice and straight. The only thing missing is the center caps

INTERIOR

Trim - White Vinyl
White some fading and some bleaching but really decent no rips tears etc

OPTION LIST

RADIO
  • AM/FM
  • Rear Speakers
VENTILATION
  • Left Vent Door
  • Factory Air Conditioning
ELECTRICAL
  • Visual Check Panel
SEATS
  • Split Lounge
  • Passenger Recliner
OTHER OPTIONS
  • Remote Side Mirror
OPTIONS DESCRIPTION
It is equipped with the standard 429 4V engine, C6 trans, and just for kicks, a 2.80:1 Nodular posi. It has the split twin lounge comfort seat in white vinyl, AM/FM stereo, visual check panel, PS, PB, heavy duty suspension, (yes that is a factory ride height, I only mention this because I have seen other Marauders that sit real low in back.) A/C, Remote control L/H mirror, dual rear speakers, rim blow steering wheel (std), tinted glass. This Marauder originally came from Florida, and was residing in W VA when I bought it. I bought it cause the old boy I bought it from said it had only 19,000 miles on it. The pics looked good, and I inked the deal. Well the car I thought might be show worthy has 119,000 on the clock and some hidden rust. It will make a good driver, and it is relatively clean. It needs a front bumper, Rear bumper, a steering coupling disc and a tune for the low altitude on the coast. But it has potential and with a little elbow grease ought to be around for a while...

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