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    Would that fit a 79 marquis? It looks close.



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    Quote Originally Posted by 87gtVIC View Post
    Sold for a little over $1000. I think some with some TLC, it could be a good car.

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    Would that fit a 79 marquis? It looks close.
    The fender will fit but I don't know if it will work with your fender vent things.
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    Yeah I was thinking that, but a section could be cut for the louvers or afix them somehow.. My drivers side is crusty. Looks like it has the lamps on the side too, which I dont have , as well. Pretty tempting



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    1987 LTD Crown Vic 351w aka the "MI Mountie"

    1989 Colony Park ....Marge still lives!

    1979 Marquis creamy goodness

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    Quote Originally Posted by 87gtVIC View Post
    I sold this to member Alice87 last year around June. It is powdercoated machine gray and in really nice shape. Did it myself after media blasting the entire spacer Looks as if he never used it. Nice piece.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/16484348531...YAAOSwo6FgjYKU

    Is that the going rate for those things? Dang!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mcb82gt View Post
    Is that the going rate for those things? Dang!
    Id say so. There are people buying them up when they are all dirty for near this price. This is a good buy in my opinion. Unfortunately nobody likes paying for peoples time. I had a lot of time in it and good work done. Sandblasted and powdercoated. Cant get any better. This was sold with a couple other items to the current seller. I think the price is fair for what you are getting. Its the only bolt on piece for box guys upgrading upper intake and throttle bodies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 87gtVIC View Post
    Id say so. There are people buying them up when they are all dirty for near this price. This is a good buy in my opinion. Unfortunately nobody likes paying for peoples time. I had a lot of time in it and good work done. Sandblasted and powdercoated. Cant get any better. This was sold with a couple other items to the current seller. I think the price is fair for what you are getting. Its the only bolt on piece for box guys upgrading upper intake and throttle bodies.
    You definately did a great job, it looks very nice!

    guess ill just stick to HO tb and bored stock egr spacer and call it good. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by 87gtVIC View Post
    Pulled the trigger. Doubt another will come up and it just happened to be the most needed body part for the rust battle on the Marquis.



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    Can you take a pic of the fender that was pulled off your car after you do the swap. I thought the vent areas on the 79's were inlaid BUT I never seen a NOS fender have those inlaid areas to accept those fender vents.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 87gtVIC View Post
    Can you take a pic of the fender that was pulled off your car after you do the swap. I thought the vent areas on the 79's were inlaid BUT I never seen a NOS fender have those inlaid areas to accept those fender vents.
    Sure, it may be after next winter though. Here are the pics, from what I can tell, there is a recess in which the louvers afix. I think I could carefully cut out the same type of thing....last option would be to use some type of adhesive or whatever...Looks like the other fender will have to be cut/ moded to accept a side marker light, or the new fender could have it filled in and deleted. As you can see, the current fender is eaten , hence the purchase:

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    1978 Grand Marquis 460 2door "Blue Bomber"

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    I have the fender lights and the relays to make them work. I know most years the car is already wired for the lights, but I'm not sure if the early ones like yours is. WagonMan
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    Quote Originally Posted by 87gtVIC View Post
    Yes, Fits both Ford and Merc 79-91
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grand1 View Post
    Sure, it may be after next winter though. Here are the pics, from what I can tell, there is a recess in which the louvers afix. I think I could carefully cut out the same type of thing....last option would be to use some type of adhesive or whatever...Looks like the other fender will have to be cut/ moded to accept a side marker light, or the new fender could have it filled in and deleted. As you can see, the current fender is eaten , hence the purchase:

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    Thanks for that confirmation. Good luck with whatever path you choose. I think the vents are damn cool regardless if they are functional or not. I dig them.
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    Could be worth buying just to bring to the "cat" guy.

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