Mercury Grand Marquis Rejuvenated by Orange Glitter Wrap [Photo Gallery]
And although the big American land yachts lost the ridiculously high-displacement 7.0 and 7.5-liter mills, they kept their flamboyant looks. Among those vehicles was the imposing Mercury Grand Marquis, which is widely recognized thanks to its Lincoln like front grille and hidden headlights.
While we thing it can hardly be surpassed by other limousines from the era with its commanding looks, one bespoke Grand Marquis we just discovered shows that an American classic can be enhanced to appear even more striking.
Wrapped in an attention-grabbing “Glitter Orange” hue and gifted with modern sci-fi eight-spoke wheels by Russian specialist Re-Styling, this Dearborn-developed full-size luxury sedan is an obvious show-stopper and a restomod concours winner. An excellent tribute for a car built by an extinct company. Have a look at it for yourself below.
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