About Mercury Grand Marquis
Bond, James Bond — the memory of Bond's damsels distracts you from your task … until the pain in your barked knuckles returns you to the real world. The 1985 Mercury Grand Marquis in the driveway almost resembles the famous Grand Marquis limousine from the 1989 Bond movie "License to Kill." While your car is not a limousine, the movie car's shiny black exterior and red interior provided the inspiration for your Grand Marquis restoration project. The search for a vintage Mercury Grand Marquis and parts, especially original and OEM replacements, is easy when you search the plethora of listings on eBay. Aftermarket parts, such as new Mercury Grand Marquis rims and a booming stereo system, are also readily available for the enthusiast. By the time you finish restoring your car, it will again be the luxurious, top-of-the-line model of the now defunct Mercury line. Until then, another scraped knuckle reminds you that the sun is going down and you need to put away your tools and new-to-you Mercury Grand Marquis parts. Then you can go inside and enjoy watching James Bond pursuing the evil drug lord, Franz Sanchez, until he meets his well deserved end — again.