Ever wanted to own a true American car from the golden age of auto making? From when cars were made of real metal and an unmatched driving comfort was as important as your visual representation. This car is the pinnacle of 70s engineering. The 1978 Lincoln Continental Mark V (Emilio Pucci Fashion Edition) is a massive classic that will make heads turn wherever you go as it dwarfs even big contemporary SUVs in its exceptional length and width.
Since I bought the car a year back I have had over $4,500 worth of professional maintenance performed including: Flushing of cooling system and new radiator inserted Replacement of front and rear brake pads, disks and rotors Replacement of front and rear brake lines New driver and passenger electrical window motors Recent oil filter and fluid change New tires New alternator, battery and electrical cables New muffler and exhaust pipe New rubber tubing for the ventilation system New wiper blades Added missing hood ornament New tailored polyester car cover
The car still has some minor issues like non working AC, central locking, cruise control and right rear view mirror adjustment but in all driving aspects it runs well and has given no problems over 6,000 miles driving it. Interior is pristine and body is in great condition with the exception of small dent and scratch on the rear right hand side (image shown). Car is registered for 2013 and smogged. Odometer shows 26,000 miles but I suspect it has turned around at least once even though it does not really show it.
This is honestly a great car and a must see. I regretfully have to sell it as I am moving abroad and I will let it go way below the money I have been putting into it but I hope this gives someone else the possibility to enjoy this wonderful car in many more years to come. I have simply loved every minute owning it.
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