1991 Mercury Grand Marquis Colony Park Station Wagon ORIGINAL LOW MILES

1991 Mercury Grand Marquis Station Wagon

Make: Mercury
Model: Grand Marquis
SubModel: Station Wagon
Type: Wagon
Trim: Colony Park LS
Year: 1991
Mileage: 52,500
VIN: 2MECM79F3MX637262
Color: Brown
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: Automatic
Interior color: Brown
Safety: Driver Airbag
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Hampshire, Illinois, United States
Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
Cassette Player, Leather Seats

Description for Mercury Grand Marquis 1991

This 1991 Mercury Grand Marquis LS Colony Park Station Wagon is invery goodcondition with 52 250 miles. It recently went through a tune up and mechanicals are in good working order. It was purchased new in 1991 and driver 26733 miles until it was traded in during March of 1995 at Don McAuliffe Buick of Villa Park. The 2nd owner bought it and drove it sparingly for the next 19 years until I purchased it with 51433 miles. It has been stored inside and covered. It is a great example of the last full size station wagon the Ford Motor Company produced. I have a copy of the original title bill of sale from the 2nd owner and oil change window sticker documenting the miles.

All the power windows work as they should including the rear power window. It has a switch on the dash as well as a special key that operates the window from the rear door. Cruise control intermittent wipers sentential lights power locks dual powers seats power antenna and all interior and exterior lights work. The car rides very well and handles excellent. The paint has been well waxed over the years and the wood decals are in great shape.

The interior is in excellent condition. I was surprised to find the interior of a station wagon in this good of condition. The leather seats are supple and soft. The rear seat and third row look like they have been barely used. I could not find any stains on the brown carpet or seats. This car was not smoked in nor does it look like it was eaten in either. Typically in a station wagon you will see the rear cargo area has scratches in the metal surface and along the plastic side areas. This one has barely any. I was shocked when looking at the condition. All interior lights and gauges work as they should. The dual exhaust is in good condition and makes no noise. The engine sounds good with no ticks knocks or smoke. The car drives straight and the brakes respond well. All the brake lines have been replaced within the last five years. The rear three way door works effortlessly and the door looks like brand new on the inside. It appears to be the original spare still in the rear cargo area. I am unsure of the age of the tires but they have good tread and appear to be in safe driving condition.

Here are the cons: Since it has been a mid-west car there is some rust on the rear quarter panels. It is limited to the lower pillars between the rear doors and wheel well. It is also a little at the bottom of the rear quarters. It is notcompletely rotted out. The previous owner did some preventative maintenance to the lower panels behind the wheels and it looks to have stopped it from moving forward. Also there is slight bubbling behind the wood grain decals at the same location. Otherwise the rest of the car is rust free. The under carriage also has surface rust but nothing has rusted through and is typical for the Midwest. There is minor corrosion on the wheels where the clear has cracked but they are still in presentable condition. The radio does work but only the AM station and cassette player. I was able to get the FM station to work once but that was it. Also the air is not ice cold. The temperature control unit's fan and location switches do work.

The front fenders doors (including rear) and rest of the exterior of the car is in great condition. Of course there are the minor nicks and scratches that are expected in a 24 year old car but it is a nice car. I've included pictures of the car but it does not do it justice. This is a must see in person!

I've listed it with an aggressive 'Buy-It Now' price but am open to offers.If it wasn't for the minor rust I'd be asking more. I haven't seen an example like this on E-Bay in a long whileinoverall good shape like this one. I accept cash upon pick-up and am not willing to take a check. This car must be picked up or I may drive it within a reasonable distance to the Chicago land area after the buyer comes to inspect the vehicle. I will not drive it to you to inspect.Paymentand transfer of the car's title is expected withinseven calendar days of the close of the auction. It is being sold with a clear Illinois title and I will provide a bill of sale too. I am not a dealer and am not interested in a 2nd party selling the car for me or other scams.

This car has been described to the best of my ability. I am pretty picky about cars and have described it to the best of my ability. Before making an offer please ask as many questions as you would like. I expect thatprior to receiving the winning offer the car has been inspected. Again this is a used car and there is no warranty.