This is a One Owner Survivor condition car that can be driven and enjoyed as it is......Or could be restored to your liking. Its still Box Stock and unmolested as most of these cars are today. It also has tons of original Paper work from day one. While Ford SVT had once toyed with the idea of a high-performance Crown Victoria, its Panther platform stablemate, Mercury's Grand Marquis, eventually got the nod to get transformed into Ford's flagship 4-door, rear-wheel-drive performance sedan. While Mercury is often considered a Buick competitor, the modern Marauder was most directly aimed at the 1994-96 Chevrolet Impala SS. After the "Terminator" Mustang Cobra was upgraded to a supercharged powertrain for 2003, the SVT-developed naturally aspirated 4.6-liter DOHC V-8 was made available for use in the Marauder and the Mustang Mach 1, fitted with 4-valve cylinder heads from the Aviator SUV and rated at 302 horsepower. Ford's 4R70W four-speed automatic transmission sent power through an aluminum driveshaft to a 3.55:1 rear gearset, all borrowed from the Police Interceptor. This hot Mercury featured a true dual exhaust with chrome tips that exited at a unique rear fascia embossed with the Marauder name. The car also sat lower, with a performance-tuned suspension derived from the Crown Vic Handling and Performance package. Both its control-arm/coil spring front, and four-link/air-spring/live-axle rear suspensions touted stabilizer bars and Tokico shock absorbers. Large vented disc brakes rode inside 18-inch polished alloy rims wearing low-profile performance tires and classic Mercury "God-head" logo center caps.