Since 1970 there have only been two owners and just less than 50,000 miles put on this spectacular classic and luxurious Lincoln. The Continental is one of the longest lasting models of cars dating all the way back to 1939 when the original prototype was created for none other than the president of the company at the time, Edsel Ford who used it as his commuter. Later that year the first generation of these beautiful luxury cars went into production. Fast forward 31 years and the Lincoln Continental was still going strong and introducing their fifth generation! The 1970 Lincoln Mark III was the first year of the new body style and featured newer options that were pushing the envelope for its day. The stunning Continental is equipped with many options including cruise control and a climate control system! When you get behind the wheel of this Lincoln it transports you back to a different era and is easy to lose yourself in the fine details that surround you. The dash layout and gauges look like a fine watch and the seats are plush and comfortable. While driving this large car down the road it is very quiet and provides a very smooth ride. This classic luxury vehicle is the perfect cruising car and looks very graceful going down the road. This vehicle is located in our Denver showroom. You can view this 1970 Lincoln Mark III in greater detail including HD pictures and an HD video of it running and driving at Gatewayclassiccars.com. If you are interested in purchasing this vehicle or have more questions regarding it please call us at (303) 872-4722 or email us at Denver@gatewayclassiccars.com.
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Edsel Ford was well-known for creating specially built Ford cars for his personal use.