1977 Lincoln Continental Mark V coupe - 59k original miles - 7.5L - Super clean!

1977 Lincoln Mark Series

Technical specifications of Lincoln Mark Series 1977

Price: US $18,500.00
Condition: Used
Item location: Manahawkin, New Jersey, United States
Make: Lincoln
Model: Mark Series
Type: Coupe
Year: 1977
Mileage: 59,000
VIN: 7Y89A965401
Color: Valino white
Engine size: 460
Number of cylinders: 8
Power options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Red
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

A true survivor car. Collector owned. Beautifully maintained. Runs and drives as good as it looks in the pictures. Recently won "Best in Show" at a local classic car event. If you've been looking for one, you don't want to miss out on this rare opportunity to own it.
59,000 very low, pampered original miles, and it shows. Always undercoated since new. Always adult owned. Always a non-smoker. Extremely clean in every respect; kept all original except for the radio. Highly optioned example of the most distinguished luxury coupe of it's time. Being in and around this car is like stepping back into the definition of 1970's cool. If you could afford to buy this dreamboat right off the lot in 1977, you were at the pinnacle of something great. People took notice when you pulled up in this cruiser. 41 years later, they still do! Get behind the wheel, and you feel like you're in a cockpit instead of a car. It's bold, but stealthy, and razor sharp appearance turns heads EVERYWHERE it goes.
Sure, it looks like a million bucks, but it's also got substance, the likes of which we'll never see again in ANY new car. It boasts a powertrain that's second to none: The "king" big block 7.5L 460 V8 mated to the legendary Ford C6 automatic that provides consistently smooth and decisive shifts to a Ford 9" rear, all sitting beneath beautifully polished Valino White paint with an opulently appointed, ultra plush red interior.
Notice the Landau roof with oval porthole windows, FACTORY hydraulic-assisted 4-wheel disc brakes, automatic headlights (Autolamp) with auto high beam dimmer, cruise control, automatic climate control, dual power seats, power locks, power windows, 4 cigarette lighters, dual remote mirrors, dual backlit exterior door lock cylinders (activated along with the interior lights when either door handle is pulled, even when vehicle is locked!), power antenna, Cartier analog clock with date (day of week, month, numerical day), trip odometer, low fuel and other warning indicators, door ajar reminder, automatic front seatback locks for ease of entry/exit for rear seat occupants, remote power trunk release, electric rear window de-ice/defogger, hidden windshield wipers with delay and push-to-wash feature, locking glove box, rear reading lamps, factory original set of 4 matching floor mats, concealed headlamps, factory door edge guards, bumper guards, and matching body side moulding, stationary functional fender louvers, factory exhaust system, and an extremely solid undercarriage to boot.
Recent work done: Major tune-up with new original equipment Motorcraft carburetor that enables it to pass an emissions inspection with ease while providing PLENTY of power to pass everything INCLUDING a gas station since all fine adjustments, ignition timing, et cetera have been precisely set to factory specifications. All new shocks. Newer set of proper size L-78 equivalent whitewall tires.
Previous owner upgraded the sound system to include a trunk-mounted 10 CD changer with auxiliary input for playback from any compatible smartphone, tablet, or digital audio device.
This car was destined to be a collector item since new, and all of it's previous owners took such pride in it, they passed along generous amounts of documentation through the decades that positively verifies the origin of this stellar Lincoln since brand new. The original and subsequent owners' information, build sheet, warranty card, sales brochure, glovebox manual, other pamphlets, original front license plate mounting provisions, and more ALL go with the car.
The original spare tire is still in the trunk with the carpeted cover over top of it...TIRE WAS NEVER USED, NEVER ON THE GROUND. Unbelievable, but all true. Pure, preserved originality at it's finest. You probably will never find one exactly like it again.
First come, first served. The price reflects the condition of the car, and it is FIRM. Serious buyers go to the front of the line.

Questions? Please send a message.

No deposits will be accepted unless given in person, mailed in the form of a USPS Postal money order, or sent via PayPal.
Please, no solicitations or offers to "help sell the car". I am not interested in trades. I am not a dealer, and this will strictly be a private sale. Clean title in hand, but it will not be released until car is paid in full either in verified cash or check (once it clears my account). All costs associated with your purchasing the vehicle are your responsibility. The car is for sale locally; therefore, I reserve the right to pull this listing down at any time. If you're very interested, my advice is simple: Don't hesitate to buy. The car is exactly as described, and I'm sure you'll absolutely love it.

Thank you for looking.

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