It's kind of hard not to fall in love with a long and luxurious surviving classic when it's being sold at such an unbeatable price. From the big 460 V8 under the hood to comfy A/C interior, everything you could ever ask for on this 1977 Lincoln Continental Town Car has a great survivor-quality feeling.
This generation of the Lincoln Continental is a full-size luxury machine with an instant presence, and this one has the options that really impress, like the half vinyl roof with matching full-length pinstripe. Of course, the reason why they look so good is because you're looking at a sedan that has been treated with proper respect. The factory-correct code-6P Cream paint is quite possibly original, and so you'll be inspired by how it has held up after four decades. It's the perfect backdrop for the razor-sharp fender creases and plentiful chrome accents. Speaking of brightwork, this one has all of its pieces complete – from the big bumpers, to the little guards over the parking lights. The total package is a time capsule that will make this large Lincoln a favorite at car shows.
Open the door and you'll see the kind of luxury that could only come from the 1970s. The burgundy velour is close to the Cordovan exterior accents for a very well-coordinated look. And the seats are exceptionally nice with the pillow top design that's just as comfy as it looks. There are even fold-down armrests, front and rear, for true individual luxury. While the wood paneling is always a nice way to distinguish the premium vehicles of the '70s, it looks especially nice here against the preserved burgundy interior package. This one came straight from the factory with premium items like a power seat, power windows, power locks, cruise control, and air conditioning. Even AM/FM radio still has the 8-track player! So you truly have a vehicle that not only offers vintage style, but also all the modern amenities you could want.
Ford's smooth and refined 460 cubic inch V8 provides effortless performance in the Town Car. This was in the lower compression era, and that's a good thing. It means this is a survivor that's already built to handle unleaded gasoline. Plus, the big V8 retains enough torque to pull a boat. Of course, you will likely never want to tow a yacht in this big bodied car, but it's this kind of available strength that allows you to smoothly and quickly cruise away from the stoplight. In fact, this has a true eye for effortless driving with features like power steering, a three-speed automatic transmission, and the superior stopping power of four-wheel disc power brakes.
This is the kind of survivor-grade package we all love, and it's available on a luxury machine that leaves you wanting for nothing. So when it's all so affordable, you know you need to hurry to grab this deal. Call now!