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Technical specifications

Model:Mark Series
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Interior Color:Ginger
Engine:460 cu. in.
Number of Cylinders:8
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Current customer rating: current rating for this car (4)
based on 7 votes


This is one that I'm already regretting to sell. It's my 1970 Lincoln Mark III. The only reason I'm selling her is because we bought a new Buick and I've run out of garage space..sad I know. I can't see keeping a car like this outdoors, not even for one day. There has been many new parts that have been installed on this Lincoln. I have almost $7,000.00 in receipts! The following is a list of parts that have been replaced with new:
Tires - Gas Tank - Fuel Sending Unit - Alternator - Rebuilt Original Carb - Fuel Pump - Wiper Blades - Power Steering Return Hose - New A/C Compressor, Dryer, Expansion Valve, A/C Lines - Rear End Seals - Timing Chain, Cover & Gasket Set - Water Pump - Fan Clutch - Thermostat - Belts - Plug Wires & Spark Plugs - Radiator & Hoses - Heater Core - Battery & Cables - Control Arms - Ball Joints - Sway Bar Links - Shocks - Brake Pads & All Hardware - Master Cylinder - Pertronix Electronic Ignition - Pertronix Coil - Idler Pulley - Heater Control Valve - Starter - Transmission Shift Lever Seal - Transmission Filter & Oil - Engine Oil & Filter
As you can see, a lot has been done to this car. Here's a list of what still needs to be done to make it about the nicest Mark III you can buy:
Replace Trunk Carpet (missing bottom piece) - Replace Exhaust System - Replace Passenger Side Window Motor - Replace Both Rear Window Motors - Repair Clock - Revamp Radio & Speakers (radio works but some of the speakers are not working) - Two Little Trim Pieces on the Trunk Lid Are Missing - Driver's Side Seat Needs Some Attention On One Side (see picture).
I might be a little picky, but these cars deserve to be brought back to a high standard. They're just too nice of a car. Overall, the paint, chrome, glass and trim are in very good condition (see pictures). The car runs and drives like new. There are no engine, transmission or rear end oil leaks. The headlamp doors do open up after a short while of the engine being turned off. Just about 99% of these old Lincoln's do that too. It has had one repaint back to it's original Ford white. The vinyl top is original and in very good condition. The undercarriage is solid.just needs a good cleaning and undercoat. I do have the owner's manual and all receipts of the work that has been done.
I do have a low reserve on the car, but I hope she brings what it's worth. If you have any questions, please feel free to call me anytime. I'd rather talk than type. Thanks for looking & bidding!!Ken 574-870-4888
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