A great cruising car
Since I have gotten the car:
I had to replace the inner and outer tie-rods, stabilizer pins, control arms at the same time.
I had to replace the brakes and lines.
Nothing else really major, just minor wear and tear through the miles.
I love my Mercury boat, it's a huge car. The 5.0 gives this beast a lot of gitty-up and go especially for its size, although it is a bit of a gas hog. I treat it like it's a sports car, so that doesn't help either. I've had to replace the back tires 3 times from doing too many burn outs. It's a bit beat up, not in the greatest of condition, but it rides like a dream. The interior is still decent, the 5 point adjustable seats make it a very comfortable car to drive. It floats down the highway on air, a definite cruisin' car. Picks up well at high speeds also. Size and speed, can't beat it. I would love to find another 87' Grand Marquis in perfect condition.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 1st May, 2002