One-Owner Survivor: 1969 Mercury Marauder

After a three-year break, Mercury reintroduced the Marauder as a Second Generation personal luxury car in 1969. It shared many design attributes with its cousins from Ford, but it disappeared from showrooms again after a mere two years. Our… more»

390 Z-Code! 1964 Mercury Park Lane Super Marauder

The Park Lane made its debut in the Mercury showrooms for the 1958 model year, and it filled the bill as a premium offering for the automaker.  The first-generation cars only lasted until 1960, but it was then re-introduced… more»

Promo Car: 1964 Mercury Marauder 25th Anniversary

Most vehicle manufacturers will produce a special edition vehicle to celebrate a milestone anniversary, and Mercury was no different. They rolled out a 25th Anniversary Edition of the Marauder, but our feature car is a cut above the average…. more»

Fresh Barn Find: 1969 Mercury Marauder X-100

Merriam-Webster defines the word marauder as, “One who roams from place to place making attacks and raids in search of plunder.” I’m not sure if that’s a pleasing description or one to make your mother proud, but this 1969… more»

Luxury Cruiser: 1969 Mercury Marauder X-100

In days gone by, manufacturers would often trade performance for luxury in some of their top-end models. However, Mercury offered buyers in 1969 the Marauder X-100. At more than eighteen feet in overall length, the potential was there for… more»

Storage Unit Find: 1969 Mercury Marauder

The Marauder was a full-size luxury automobile that also passed itself off as a muscle car. Mercury’s choice of names is interesting as the word means “a person engaged in banditry or a related activity”. Two generations of the… more»

Original Survivor: 1965 Mercury Park Lane Marauder

While it may not be perfect, this 1965 Mercury Park Lane Marauder is an original and unmolested survivor whose condition is well above average. It has only had two owners throughout its lifetime, and the time has come for… more»

Beauty And Beast: 1969 Mercury Marauder X-100

If I had a Top-10 Best Car Names List, this 1969 Mercury Marauder X-100 would have to be somewhere in the mix. This two-owner Marauder X-100 can be found here on eBay in Las Vegas, Nevada. There is an… more»

One Owner? 1965 Mercury Park Lane Marauder

The seller of this 1965 Mercury Park Lane Marauder tells us that it is technically a one-owner car, having remained in the name of the original purchaser since new. It can be found here on eBay in Rescue, California… more»

77k Miles: 1965 Mercury Park Lane Marauder

It isn’t clear how long this 1965 Mercury Park Lane Marauder has been sitting around in its garage, but I think that it would be fairly safe to assume that it has been a reasonable length of time. When… more»

Parked in the 1980s: 1963½ Mercury Marauder

This 1963½ Mercury Marauder can rightly be referred to as an original survivor. This is a car that not only still wears its original paint and interior trim, but what lurks under the hood is also original. After being… more»