Personal luxury coupe Mark IVLincoln Mark series Bill Blass Cartier,Givenchy

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Technical specifications

Model:Mark Series
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Color:Tu-Tone Midnight Blue Moondust Metallic and White
Interior Color:White Leather Midnight Blue accent strap
Trim:2 Door Coupe
Number of Cylinders:8
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The photo shown is not the original car but they are identical in every way. Photos of the original will be uploaded no later then tomorrow evening. This Mark lV is in excellent condition it was kept in the garage over the years and driven on occasion by an older gentleman and his wife and at 22k in 1979 you can be reassured they took excellent care of this classic collector all you need to know is here according to Wiki. The Lincoln Continental Mark V is a Lincoln-Mercury division from the 1977 to the 1979 model years. Derived from the same chassis of its Lincoln Mark series ever produced. With an average of 75,000 units sold in each year available, the Mark V is also the best-selling version of the entire Mark series.
For the 1977 model year, after a five year production run, the Continental Mark IV was replaced by the updated Continental Mark V. In a cost-cutting move, Lincoln chose to re-use the same chassis and underpinnings (also shared with the [4] Lincoln-Mercury designers replaced much of the rounded, flared detailing of the Mark IV with sharp-edged "bladed" fenders; the theme carried over into the greenhouse with a squared-off roofline. Styling cues unique to the Lincoln division (concealed headlights, oval opera windows and classic revival radiator grille) and the Continental Mark series (simulated trunklid "spare tire hump") were retained. To aid engine cooling, the Mark V gained functional fender louvers.
In a sign of the changes to come in the automobile industry, the Mark V made steps towards improving the fuel economy of luxury cars. While physically larger than its Mark IV predecessor, careful weight reduction measures trimmed 400 pounds from its curb weight. To further improve fuel economy, the 460 V8 was no longer standard equipment; the standard engine was the Magnum, P.I. Being as fully optioned as the car was, naturally the retail price reflected this abundance. The "Collector's Series" option added approximately $8,000 to the base price of the standard Continental Mark V, bringing it to almost $22,000 US dollars which was about three times the cost of a regular Ford automobile at the time.Lincoln Continental sedan which boosted the retail price of that car into the more modest but still pricey mid-$16,000 range.The Title is clear and ready to go with whomever purchases this beauty. Buyer is responsible for shipping but we will be as much help as possible so what ever I can do to expedite you acquiring your new luxury car just let me know. Payment accepted through PayPal Please

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