4610 Pet Lane
With a classically beautiful color combo, big V8 power, and the right size to own the road, this 1970 Lincoln Mark III is the ultimate expression of classic American motoring.
The light blue paint is a year correct color with a quality respray. The deep gloss loves to highlight the full-length crease in the sheetmetal and the gentle fender flares. The darker blue vinyl roof makes for a sophisticated color combo we loved on cars like the iconic Lincolns of the '60s. In fact, the full-length trim that outlines the edge of the crisp profile is the just like on the suicide-door Continentals. And because it was built before new bumper laws, they fit flush with the body. So these chrome kings are a form-fitting essential part of the design that do things like frame the Rolls-Royce style grille in front and incorporate the taillights in the rear. And this whole coupe is complete, right down to the turbine-style wheels. After all, we tend to take better care of true luxury items.
Inside the sea of blue gets even darker. The leather retains a rich color and a supple feel. And the completeness of the button-top presentation is another reminder of how much respect this luxury coupe received for nearly a half-century. A vehicle like this is made to do everything you want. So there's plenty of room for family and friends to ride in comfort in both rows. Plus, separate armrests offer a truly individual level of comfort. A coupe like this also should leave you wanting for nothing, and so there are great features like power front windows, power locks, cruise control, and plenty of tasteful wood-like trim. The driver oriented-dash has a sporty look and the hallmark Cartier clock right in front of you. And it's just a finger's reach to features like the original AM/FM stereo and cold-blowing factory air conditioning.
Ford's smooth and refined 460 cubic inch V8 with four-barrel carburetor is a terrific powerhouse. And this example has the look of originality, right down to the factory decals. But the look of the belts, wires, and hoses also tell you this has received the right attention along the way, too. The big V8 was built in the higher compression era, and so it knows how to get this coupe moving with authority. Plus, it's supported by the right comfortable driving pieces, including the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and power brakes w/discs up front.
Complete with the owner's manual packet, here's the kind of vintage luxury that you thought was impossible to find today. And not only is it ready right now, but also it's affordable, too. So don't miss out, call today!
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