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1983 Mercury Grand Marquis

1983 Mercury Grand Marquis in Citizen Ruth, Movie, 1996 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US

1983 Mercury Grand Marquis

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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atom SE

2008-04-29 20:01

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Mackster SE

2008-04-29 20:14

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Mercury Grand Marquis

taxiguy US

2008-04-29 22:42

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1983-1987

ford_guy US

2008-04-29 23:06

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What's the difference between 1979-1982 Grand Marquises and 1983-1987 ones?

taxiguy US

2008-04-29 23:16

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Well for one thing the 79-82 models were called simply "Marquis" instead of "Grand Marquis"
Btw, I don't know what the plural is for "Marquis" but I don't think it's "Marquises" :p maybe it's "Marqui" :D

ford_guy US

2008-04-29 23:24

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So then this could possibly even be a Mercury Marquis?
Btw, I don't know how Marquis is said in plural, so yeah... :D

taxiguy US

2008-04-29 23:29

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Something about it tells me it's newer. Don't ask me to explain, I just get a vibe off this car that says "I'm an '83-'87"
Here's a pic of a 1979-82 if you'd like to compare: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/e/e6/1979_Grand_Marquis_coupe.jpg

Also check for a brake light with your super x-ray vison. That would confirm a 1986+ model ;)

-- Last edit: 2008-04-29 23:29:35

ford_guy US

2008-04-29 23:36

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I got that same hunch too just by looking at the interior shot. And I did check, if I had noticed, I would have said something.

CougarTim US

2008-04-30 00:23

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According to Wiktionary, the plural of "Marquis" can be either "Marquises" or "Marquis." I've never noticed before what a funny-looking word "Marquis" is. :)

antp BE

2008-04-30 10:30

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In French (as that word comes from there) it stays identical in the plural, like most of the words which already end by a "s".
But I do not know how English works with words taken from other languages... (i.e. do they follow original language rules, or English rules)

-- Last edit: 2008-04-30 10:31:27

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