1969 Marquis & 1968 Parklane Brougham
The Marquis has 51,000 undocumented
miles, but to see it tells the story that the
miles are original. The daughter of the
people I bought it from in Iowa stated that
it was her dads car for a long time and he
always parked it in the garage.
The paint is gorgeous on it and looks as
close to new as a 69 car can look.
It gets a lot more attention at car shows
than I ever thought it would. It is a solid car.
It’s options are power windows, power driver
seat, power rear antenna, Factory AM-8track, (8 track works great!) and tilt steering wheel
It needs a couple minor things but I can
explain that if someone is interested in
I’m asking $6800.
Also I would sell my 68 Parklane Brougham
that can easily be made into a replica of the
Hawaii Five 0 car from the original series but only if I could get a good price from it, otherwise I will keep it and still make it into a Hawaii Five 0 car.
it would need to have the outside painted black, interior made black , ( car is currently
all dark green with a black vinyl top. Would
also need some minor mechanical work.
It has power windows, power rear antenna,
power driver seat and power passenger seat, tilt steering wheel, factory cruise control, factory Am-8 track, a/c, power mini vent
wondows, Brougham cloth interior split bench, intermittent wipers.
It is a solid North Carolina car which was
bought new by a woman who I bought it from through her nephew.
I might be asking a lot but my price the way
the car sits is $20,000. The 68 Hawaii Five 0 type Broughams are a rare hard to find car is
why my asking price is what it is
both cars. I am located in southeast lower Michigan