Speaking of which, the Marauder came with the Crown Vic Police Interceptor’s heavier-duty brakes and suspension components, as well as rack-and-pinion steering. Power meanwhile came from a 4.6-liter V8 engine, sending 302 hp (306 PS) and 318 lb-ft (431 Nm) of torque towards the rear wheels through a four-speed automatic gearbox. It was the same engine you’d find in that era’s Mustang Mach 1.
Now, if you’re a fan, here’s a highly optioned 2004 Dark Toreador Red example getting auctioned off through Cars and Bids. Unfortunately, it has over 113,000 miles (182,000 km) on the clock, but there are plenty of positives.
For starters, you get heated and power-adjustable front seats, power-adjustable pedals, fog lights, a rear spoiler, a sunroof, Dark Charcoal leather upholstery, and an Audiophile sound system with CD and cassette players. Then you’ve got the mods, which include 18-inch American Racing wheels and a MagnaFlow dual exhaust system.
Overall, this appears to be a well-maintained car, despite a few exterior chips and scratches, plus unspecified damage following an incident in July 2004 (as per its Carfax history). But since that took place back when the car was still brand new, all issues pertaining to the said incident have probably been resolved.