64 Hardtop Customizing kit Mercury Marauder Fastback 1:25 Scale Model Kit | 6022 | AMT

64 Hardtop Customizing kit Mercury Marauder Fastback 1:25 Scale Model Kit | 6022 | AMT

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1964 Mercury Marauder Fastback 1:25 scale model kit

Origin of a name. The Marauder name made its first appearance in 1958 as Ford introduced a new family of V8 engines for its Mercury, Edsel, and Lincoln brands; the Marauder nameplate was in reference to people associated with outlaws or piracy. Within the engine family, two V8 engines were exclusive to the Mercury division. Dubbed Marauder, a 383 cubic-inch V8 produced 330hp with an optional 4-barrel carburetor. In that configuration, the engine was offered in the midline Montclair and the Colony Park station wagon.Dubbed Super Marauder, a 430 cubic-inch V8 produced 400hp (the first mass-produced engine sold in the United States with an advertised 400hp output[2]). While the 430 V8 was shared with Lincoln, the Super Marauder was given its own set of intake manifolds and "tri-power" 3x2-barrel carburetors. Offered for the entire Mercury line, the Super Marauder was developed as a competitor for the 392 Hemi of the Chrysler 300C high-performance coupe. For 1959, Mercury revised its V8 engine offerings; while the Super Marauder V8 was discontinued, the 430 V8 remained (returned with slightly reduced engine output). For 1960, the Marauder V8 became an option across the Mercury line, including the Monterey, Park Lane, and Commuter. For 1961, full-size Mercury vehicles adopted a greater degree of commonality with their Ford counterparts, with Mercury dropping the 383 and 430 large-block engines entirely. The Marauder name returned, moving from the 383 MEL V8 to Ford-based FE V8 engines.1


  • Item #6022
  • 1964 Mercury Marauder Fastback
  • Scale 1:25
  • Skill level 2
  • 3 in 1 stock, custom, and racing
  • FREE tech support 1-877-729-2099

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