Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
A cool-cruising survivor-grade classic that even has cold-blowing A/C. So yeah, we know you like this 1977 Ford LTD Landau even before you checked out the ultra-affordable price.
You're looking at the factory-applied Cream paint, and it looks absolutely fantastic today for spending over four-decades on this earth (only the front fender was given a respray and blend later in life.) And the high gloss really shows off how well the sheetmetal still holds its unbroken angular creases. Then again, with sedan that's only averaged about 1,000 miles annually, and always stored indoors it whole life, it has been babied like a good luxury classic should. A good reason for such exceptional care is that the Landau was the range-topper for the sedan line. In fact, Ford basically said they were offering you a Cadillac. And you can really see how this lives up to that level of luxury with its strikingly coordinated presentation. The blue vinyl top looks bold against the cream. And we love how it's coordinated with the full-length trim and centers of the factory wheel covers. There's even a blue pinstripe. Bright chrome bumpers, intricate light trim, and fender skirts are all about premium vintage motoring on this outstanding survivor.
The two-tone cream and blue continues inside, and just like the outside, the interior of this LTD is excellently preserved. The cream seats have an intricate style embossed on them, and they are fully trimmed with blue piping. This is the kind of look you expect from a custom car, but it's what Ford gave a select few. The blue carpeting, seatbelts, dash and more really makes this a thoughtful total package. This has the space and seatbelts to seat up to six, but when it's just you, the fold-down armrest provides individualized comfort. The premium sedan has great options like cruise control, a tilt steering column, AM/FM stereo, and plenty of wood paneling on the dash and doors. Even the air conditioning was converted to modern R134a to make sure you're ready to take this one out any time of year.
With a car that's been so original so far, you'll be quite happy to see such a stock and believed original 400 cubic-inch V8 under the hood. This is truly survivor grade as the low-mileage motor still looks factory-fresh. And when it looks this good so many decades later, then you know it has received proper service its whole lifetime. But just because this is a time capsule, doesn't mean you should hesitate adding miles to the odometer. After all, with features like a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, and front discs, this LTD is the perfect any time cruiser.
Because people want to know more about a survivor like this, it even comes complete with the factory buildsheet, dealer invoice, and owner's manual. It's amazing you can get this kind of standout vintage cruiser for such an affordable price. That's why we know it will be gone quickly. Call today!!!
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