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    4.6L trifecta

    So you all know I have a 2003 Marauder.

    Last year I bought a 2003 Grand Marquis.

    Yesterday I bought a 2010 Mountaineer.

    So as of yesterday I have a 4.6 2V, 46. 3V, and a 4.6 4V. It's a 4.6L trifecta! And all 3 have less than 100,000 miles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kirk View Post
    So you all know I have a 2003 Marauder.

    Last year I bought a 2003 Grand Marquis.

    Yesterday I bought a 2010 Mountaineer.

    So as of yesterday I have a 4.6 2V, 46. 3V, and a 4.6 4V. It's a 4.6L trifecta! And all 3 have less than 100,000 miles.



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    Nice .... congrats!

    ( I like the 4V DOHC the best!! )

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    I had a 4V trifecta at one point, Marauder, Aviator, Naviagtor. Navigator no longer with me. Congratulations though, I hope the mountaineer 3V isn't a pain. 5.4L was more problematic so I dont think it will be.

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