460 V8 engine
Power front disc brakes
White leather interior
For those of us back in the 70s not looking to get into the muscle car world were looking for a way to cruise around town in style. This Mark V was a stunning alternative for those looking for comfort and class. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this 1977 Lincoln Continental Mark V.
The Mark V has been technically a one owner car. Owned by the same woman almost all of its life, the car was left to her great nephew upon her passing. He has only owned it a short time and has driven it very little. It is a very well kept car.
The car includes its original documentation, owners manual, owners card and odometer milage statement front 1977.
The Continental series is one of the most widely known factory lines produced by a Lincoln. Luxury was first class and still plenty of power to get where you were going in a hurry.
The turbine cast aluminum wheels look like they are ready to suck you in as your driving down the road.
According to the window sticker this Lincoln was gold green metalic. However, it really does not show any evidence of having been redone.
The paint does have a few minor flaws which we show in our photos.
The interior is what really grabbed the attention of anyone who purchased one of these back in the day.
Plenty of interior space for you and your friends, also plenty of trunck space to carry anything you felt necessary.
The white interior is really an eye catching color and provides plenty of comfort on the bench seat with a flip down center armrest. Cruise control buttons are located on the steering wheel for easy converting.
Fully functional gauges fill the custom factory dashboard and the factory AC still blows plenty cold to survive this Texas heat; as well as the factory radio.
The 5th version of the Lincoln Continental Mark series was truly a step above the previous models. Plenty of power and stylish interior were just a few reasons why this vehicle was a massive selling automobile during its time.
Up to date 3 point seat belts have been added. The trunk is very clean and fully carpeted and has a spare tire and jack for those emergency moments.
The lincoln was known for always being sort of a heavy car, but the engine power plant was more than up to the challenge of extra weight. This model is equipped with a monster 460 cu in V8 engine and a 4 barrel carburetor producing around 210 hp.
This was the largest factory option engine you could get at the time for this car. The factory 3 speed C6 automatic transmission comes complete with factory cruise control to effortless driving around town.
The undercarriage features the factory markings from when the car was on the assembly line. It is in very good condition, with its normal surface rust from over the years. The car runs very smooth and shift its gear just like brand new.