The Marauder's undercover-cop aesthetic didn't appeal to the masses when the car was reintroduced in 2003 after a 30-year hiatus. The original 1960s Marauders were sporty full-size cars, but the new version was anything but sporty. Reviewers gave it credit for being a soft ride despite its two-ton-plus size, but dinged it for its lackluster pickup. Fewer than 12,000 models made it onto the streets before production halted.
Collector prognosis: Mercury, a division of Ford, has a long history, which bodes well for the Marauder. "There will always be Mercury fans," Hagerty says. You can add the brand's recent demise as another reason to collect it.
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