• A well-maintained survivor that's logged only 33,334 miles
  • Correct 460 cubic inch Ford 385 Series V8
  • Correct Ford C6 3-speed automatic transmission
  • Factory air conditioning
  • Red and white leather interior / Optional Quadrasonic 8-track audio
  • White paint / Lipstick Red vinyl top / Lipstick Red trim
  • 15-inch forged alloy wheels
  • Sale includes an original Ownercard
  • Factory power steering / Factory 4-wheel disc brakes
  • Correct Ford 9-inch rear axle / 2.75 gears

In the world of collector cars, some classics tend to overshadow their peers. If you're shopping Chevelles, you're probably looking for an LS6 Super Sport. If you're shopping Mustangs, you're probably looking for a first-generation coupe. And if you're shopping Chargers, you're probably looking for something between 1968 and 1970. That's a somewhat sad but beneficial phenomenon. Sad because it means a lot of great cars just don't get the respect they deserve. Beneficial because a lot of fine metal, like this sweet Lipstick Edition Lincoln, can be purchased for very reasonable prices. As charming as it is cool, this 33,334-mile survivor wraps an original 460/3-speed drivetrain in traditional American luxury that's simply unmatched in scale and grandeur. Looking for the perfect way to grab a neat old car and enjoy every aspect of the hobby? Check out this awesome Mark IV!

APPEARANCE

Sold through Phillips Lincoln of Norfolk, Virginia, and cherished by its first owner for close to 20 years, this coupe's clean White fuselage is the perfect canvas for far-flung detail. In fact, the car's luxurious yet traditional pigment is decidedly stately, proving once again that good taste never goes out of style. With that original paint comes vast sheetmetal, which, thanks to decades of great maintenance, appears straight and almost as crisp as the day Motor City stamped it. That solid fuselage lines up beautifully, featuring wide doors that open and close with ease. Spears of red outlining stripes stretch 19.5 feet down the sides of one of the longest profiles ever built. And overall, this Lincoln's looks defy the decades its VIN suggests.

Speaking of fit and finish, everything on this incredible Detroit creation is exceptionally well planned. And the car carries just the right amount of ostentatiousness to make an impassioned first impression. At the front of its massive body, a broad bumper frames folding, “Continental” branded headlights and a “MARK IV” branded grille that's centered on a sharp Lincoln gun sight. A characteristically linear profile complements intricate parking lamps, small “MARK IV” scripts and subtle cornering lamps with optional door guards, Lipstick Red body molding and polished rocker guards. A tinted, stainless-trimmed greenhouse floats Lipstick Red vinyl above flush door handles, classy mirrors and a power antenna. And out back, a second broad bumper frames spotless taillights and a fully dressed Continental decklid that's finished with a third “MARK IV” script and a cleverly disguised lock cylinder.

POWER

Motivation for this 5,200-pound beast is provided by Ford's 460 cubic inch 385 Series V8 which, according to the factory, twists a conservative 202 horsepower into 353 ft./lb. of smooth torque. Believed to be largely original, the massive engine bay is in great condition throughout, featuring many correct components and factory markings. All major service items are 100% functional, including factory air conditioning. The big mill still reflects bright Ford Blue engine skin. And the car's Satin Black fenders are clean, its firewall straight, and all the places you'd expect rust to hide are resoundingly solid.

POWER MANAGEMENT

Bottom-side, this Continental is equipped with Ford's reliable and sturdy C6 3-speed automatic transmission, which drives a 9-inch axle and mild, 2.75 gears to effortless highway cruising. That powertrain rides a heavy-duty suspension, which mixes sturdy disc brakes with requisite power steering. Exhaust is handled by factory-style pipes, which frame factory replacement mufflers. Like the car's engine bay, that undercarriage is clean, honest and certainly not afraid of wet weather. And everything rolls on gorgeous forged wheels, which spin 225/75R15 Michelin X whitewalls around polished center caps.

COMFORT

Decked in original red and white leather, this Lincoln's ornate interior serves as a central highlight of an already comfortable and appealing classic. Pillowy seats, pairing a reclining option for the front passenger with standard power adjustment for the driver and front passenger, are nicely padded pieces that feel every bit as supple as they look. In front of those mitts, a wood-trimmed dash hangs an optional Quadrasonic 8-track player amid factory climate control, conservative factory telemetry and a classy Cartier clock. At the sides of that ledge, leather-trimmed door panels frame an array of power accessory switches. And in front of the driver, an attractive steering wheel highlights factory Speed Control.

VEHICLE SALE INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTATION AND ACCESSORIES

* An original Car Owner's Operational Packet
* Starting Instructions
* A Consumer Information sheet
* An original Ownercard
* Vintage inspection receipts
* An original 8-track demo tape

Continental Mark IVs are just good, clean fun. And every time we park a well-optioned example in our showroom, the phones start ringing off the hook. Take a good, long look at the body, drivetrain and interior on this cushy Lincoln. There's just no way anyone could restore a classic this well without significantly overshooting our asking price. Don't be that guy who calls late and asks: “Is it still available?” Pick up the phone and call now!

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SUMMARY

* A well-maintained survivor that's logged only 33,334 miles
* Correct 460 cubic inch Ford 385 Series V8
* Correct Ford C6 3-speed automatic transmission
* Factory air conditioning
* Red and white leather interior / Optional Quadrasonic 8-track audio
* White paint / Lipstick Red vinyl top / Lipstick Red trim
* 15-inch forged alloy wheels
* Sale includes an original Ownercard
* Factory power steering / Factory 4-wheel disc brakes
* Correct Ford 9-inch rear axle / 2.75 gears

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