1989 Mercury Grand Marquis Colony Park LS

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MPG:
15 city / 22 hwy
Style:
Colony Park LS 4dr Wagon
Engine:
5.0L V8
Transmission:
Automatic 4-Speed
Fuel:
Gasoline
Drivetrain:
RWD
Condition:
Used
Exterior Color:
Brown
Interior Color:
Tan
Interior Fabric:
Cloth
Stock:
0993AN
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1989 Grand Marquis Colony Park Wagon Dash Shows 56,186 Miles 6th Generation (Final Generation) Check out this blast from the past. They don't make them like this anymore literally. The dash only shows 56K miles and while it does have a 5 digit odometer from the condition of the vehicle it would appear to be accurate. The Front 2 rows of seats are plush fabric/cloth and the rear trunk fold up seats are leather. This unit has power windows, power locks, power seats, the rear glass in trunk door does roll down, and everything mechanically works as it should. They only made 8665 in 1989 and ended production in 1990 one year later. There aren't many of these left roaming the highways but this is certainly one of the best surviving examples out there. Call to set an appointment to see it in person or by video call. Comes with MO State inspection and 30 day temp tag. Michael Thomas Motor Co 636-465-6732 www.MTMotorCars.com 6th Generation Colony Park Insights For 1979, Ford redesigned its full-size sedan and station wagons; the Ford Panther platform brought Ford in line with the downsizing introduced by the 1977 General Motors B-body full-size cars. To remain competitive (in terms of size and fuel economy) with the Buick Estate and Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser (1978 marked the end of the full-size Chrysler Town & Country station wagon), Ford made extensive changes to its full-size station wagons. In terms of size, the 1979 Colony Park shed over 11 inches in length, 6.6 inches in wheelbase, 0.4 inches in width, and had lost slightly over 1,000 lbs in weight (in comparison to its 1978 predecessor).[8] Though technically smaller than the "intermediate" Montego/Cougar station wagon, the Colony Park reduced its cargo-carrying capability only slightly over the 1978 Colony Park. As before, 8-passenger seating remained standard equipment. In a revision of the Mercury product range, the Colony Park was moved to the Grand Marquis model line, the flagship of the Mercury brand. Effectively, it placed the Colony Park above its Country Squire counterpart in terms of trim; also, the decision also cleared room for a Marquis station wagon without woodgrain trim. In the interest of fuel economy, the Mercury Colony Park underwent an extensive revision of its powertrain lineup. Although V8 power remained in place, the 400 and 460 V8 engines were removed from all Ford cars, with the Colony Park sharing the 302 Windsor V8 with the Mercury Monarch, the previous base 351 Windsor V8 was offered as an option. For 1981, Ford and Mercury underwent the powertrain revisions of the 1980 Lincoln Continental; the 302 V8 was given fuel injection (now marketed in metric as a "5.0 L"), with both engines paired to the 4-speed AOD overdrive transmission, the first of its type in an American full-size car. For 1982, the fuel-injected "5.0" V8 became the sole engine offering in all Mercury full-size cars. During 1986, the carbureted 5.8 L V8 returned as an option; examples specified with this engine are rare. This generation of Colony Park would see few substantial changes during its thirteen-year lifespan. For 1983, it became the sole full-size Mercury wagon as the previous year's 'base' Marquis wagon was no longer offered as a full-size model. For 1984, the non-woodgrain Grand Marquis (previously Marquis) station wagon was dropped, leaving the Colony Park as the sole version. For 1987, Mercury brought the Colony Park in line with the Sable and Topaz by introducing GS and LS trim levels. After nine years with only detail changes to the body and trim, the Colony Park received a major update alongside the Grand Marquis for 1988. From the windshield forward, a more aerodynamic front end better integrated the fenders, grille, headlights, and bumpers. Inside, the front seats were modernized. For 1990, as part of an addition of a driver's side airbag, the entire instrument panel and dashboard received a redesign; all outboard seats received 3-p

  • Power Steering
  • Clock
  • Radio - Am/Fm
  • Headlights - Auto On/Off
  • Wheel Diameter - 15 Inch
  • Pickup Sliding Rear Window - Power Vertical
  • Tinted Glass
  • Vinyl Roof Covering
  • Front Wipers - Intermittent
  • Power Windows
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