• Mercury Marauder Convertible Concept rear 3/4

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  • Mercury Marauder Convertible Concept front

  • Mercury Marauder Convertible Concept rear

  • Mercury Marauder Convertible Concept interior

  • Mercury Marauder Convertible Concept gauges

  • Mercury Marauder Convertible Concept steering wheel

  • Mercury Marauder Convertible Concept dash

  • Mercury Marauder Convertible Concept gauges

  • Mercury Marauder Convertible Concept back seat

  • Mercury Marauder Convertible Concept interior

  • Mercury Marauder Convertible Concept disclaimer plate

  • Mercury Marauder Convertible Concept paperwork

  • Mercury Marauder Convertible Concept paperwork

  • Mercury Marauder Convertible Concept paperwork

  • Mercury Marauder Convertible Concept paperwork

Never underestimate what you'll see on eBay Motors. Take this unique creation, for example. Near as we can tell, it's the same 2002 Mercury Marauder that was modified into a two-door convertible by Ford for the 2002 Chicago Auto Show. According to the seller, this car still boasts its Eaton supercharger bolted to a 4.6-liter V8 engine, and at the time of its debut, the engine was rated at a lofty 335 horsepower. We have a hard time believing that the extra ponies would do much to offset the weight of the additional frame stiffeners and top mechanism on the car, however.

The vehicle is currently offered for sale by a dealer in Lansdale, Pennsylvania, though the listing is mum on how the convertible managed to make its way from Ford's Windy City show stand into the seller's inventory. If you like what you see, the machine can be yours for the princely sum of $75,000 or best offer. Head over to eBay Motors to take a gander at the listing.

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