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Asking Price: 14,000

Features:

Year: 1979
Exterior Color: Silver
Interior Color: Red
Drivetrain: RWD
MPG:
Transmission: Automatic
Engine: 400cu 2-Barrel Carb
VIN: 9Y82S761265
Milage: 70,031

Description:

1979 Lincoln Continental Towcar for sale

We at Autotrend are very proud to offer this beautiful 1979 Lincoln Continental. This car just turned over 70000 original miles and is ready to be a part of its new owners collection. Finished in Silver Metallic with full matching vinyl roof, this Lincoln is also sporting a very shiny coat of Burgundy Velour interior. As you can see from the pictures the body lines on this car are pin-straight. The chrome, of which there is plenty, is also in excellent condition. As if, this car is not really 37 years old.. Everything about this car brings you right back to 1979. From the 8-track tape player to the original New York State registration sticker, still on the windshield. Under the long hood of this luxury land yacht is a 400 CID V8 which starts right up and runs like new, every time. This power plant is paired to a C6 3-Speed Automatic Transmission. This Lincoln is loaded with factory options such as Sun Roof (Very Rare) Air Conditioning, AM/FM Radio, Cruise Control, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Power Door Locks, Power Windows, Tilt Wheel, and White Wall tires.

Lincoln Continental is a model name for a luxury car marketed by the Lincoln division of Ford Motor Company for 50 years. The Continental is a Lincoln nameplate that has seen use in a sub-division, the short-lived Continental Division of 1956–1957. As a Lincoln, the Continental nameplate saw use for 50 years, from 1939 to 1948 (skipping World War II) ,1958 to 2002 (skipping 1981, then 2003-2015).

Serving as the Lincoln flagship for its first three generations, the Continental name conveyed special cachet in the product line. In the 1961 redesign of the Lincoln line, the three-model line was consolidated down to the Continental, which served as the sole Lincoln sedan for the next 16 years. With the exception of the Lincoln Mark VIII, all versions of the Lincoln Mark Series of the personal luxury cars are based on a corresponding generation of the Continental.

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