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For Sale: 1978 Mercury Grand Marquis Hardtop - "My Father's garage kept"- Swarthmore, PA - Not Mine

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For sale on Craigslist: 1978 Mercury Grand Marquis 2-Door Hardtop in Swarthmore, PA  -  $12,500  -  No phone # provided.  Reply to Seller through Craigslist email to:  4ea554b7faf43a999db0773bde5d1e9f@sale.craigslist.org


Link: https://philadelphia.craigslist.org/cto/d/swarthmore-1978-mercury-grand-marquis/7268869308.html


Seller's Description:

1978 Mercury Grand Marquis 2-Door Hardtop

  • condition: excellent
  • odometer: 108,000
  • cylinders: 8 cylinders
  • paint color: brown
  • title status: clean

Selling my Father's garage kept, numbers matching 1978 Grand Marquis.  My father purchased this car brand new in 1978 and its been garage kept since new.  Has 351 Windsor motor.  Car has 108 k original miles.  Interior is near perfect.  Paint and body is beautiful.  New tires and brakes just done.  Everything works as it should including the ice cold Ac.  I have the original title, original window sticker and prptect-o-plate.  Car was meticulously maintained and needs nothing.  I would drive this car anywhere.  $12,500  Possible trades















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  • 6T-FinSeeker changed the title to For Sale: 1978 Mercury Grand Marquis Hardtop - "My Father's garage kept"- Swarthmore, PA - Not Mine

A nice looking car!  I was going to comment on

how affordable the cars are from the 1970's,

but then I noticed his high price.  $12,500 for a

car with 108,000 miles is more expensive than

even a Lincoln would be.


Thank you for sharing it.  It should be available 

for a long time, and it will be interesting to see

whether the price is greatly lowered over time.

$4500, anyone?

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2 hours ago, GregLaR said:

It's a nice car but there are a lot more popular choices for $12,500. 

Price can be the only reason this car hasn't sold.

I agree. Even if it was a full load, 2 tone, skirts, alloy wheels, 460, mint condition they won't break the $10k barrier. That's in Canadian funds.

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