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Old 11-08-2010, 09:44 PM
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mercury marauder 410?

uhmm so this guy we work on cars for often that he buys and comes across has now come across a really clean super nice all stock original 66 mercury montclair with 410 marauder??

*** is a 410?

never heard of such a car or engine before, and never really thought about 60s mercury cars before mainly because theyre super rare and ive never seen one in real life before. i guess it would be mercurys version of the caprice or bel air etc?

92k miles on the odometer and even the white interior is clean, wow. the engine is spotless dark blue with marauder 410 insignia on the huge air cleaner


i guess i want to learn the basics about these

is it a factory bored ford engine, or is it a mercury unique engine?

what else?

we have to replace exh manifold gaskets, and go through the brakes and replace anything needing replaced, otherwise nothing else. is a clean daily driver from i dont know where, has to be from down south somewhere

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Old 11-08-2010, 10:28 PM
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try this http://www.fordforums.com/f500/410-m...-428-cj-block-...
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It's a 390 block and bore 4.05" w/ a 428 crankshaft with 3.98" stroke

Here's another link for info,

http://www.mercurystuff.com/

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It is listed as a Mercury engine for 66 and 67. I think it was also used in the Edsel.

It's basically in the FE engine family. Not a lot of horsepower, but gobs of torque.
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Exhaust manifold gaskets should be fun. They were metal-to-metal from the factory. No gaskets. Many still do it this way, having them surfaced if required.
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big M

Some of the big M's had a few Ford HP parts. cam's,, multi carb setups.
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listed as 330 hp @ 4600 rpm and 444 ft lbs @ 2800 rpms not a slouch and probably a good match for the big beast it is in.
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