Power, luxury, and size - this 1993 Lincoln Town Car Cartier
represents that ideal mid-point where old-school luxury met modern
amenities. So when you can find a low mileage and preserved
example, the value goes beyond the fuel-injected V8 under the hood
and the luxury interior.
The Midnight Opal Metallic paint is factory original, and on a
vehicle that has averaged under 2k miles annually, it looks quite
well preserved. This has an attractive tone where it looks like
gray's final stop on the color spectrum before going all the way to
black. So it gives the car a distinguished look that a proper
Lincoln should have. They really built a handsome full-sized sedan
that take the Town Car's size of substance and adds a hint of
modern sleekness in places like the flush headlight. And the
brightwork was tastefully added in places like the waterfall
grille, window trim, and the waistline that seems to encircle the
There's acres of interior space so family and friends can spread
out. The gray leather coordinates with the exterior accents, and
the contrasting wood applique gives it a very distinct style to go
with its luxury feeling. There's seating for up to six, but the
driver is always king. With a fold-down armrest and a power seat,
it's easy to get comfortable in this Town Car. Plus, it's loaded
with all the right features, including power windows, power locks,
power mirrors, dual airbags, the factory premium AM/FM/cassette
stereo, and provisions for automatic climate control (the A/C will
need servicing.) Because this Lincoln is part of a new era of
luxury, there are also features you don't see on many of these
full-size sedans, like the full digital gauge package and the power
sunroof. Of course, one thing that never changes is a trunk that
has enough room for you to have a month-long getaway that includes
the golf clubs.
Under the hood looks like a 1993 time capsule. Below the factory
plastic covers is the believed original 4.6-liter V8. This is
Ford's overhead camshaft Modular motor. Yes, this is the same
family of fuel-injected powerplants that were available in the
Mustang, but it also has been tuned for luxury in this Lincoln.
That means plenty of power whenever you need it, and the kind of
quiet operation that keeps in good standing with the neighbors.
This powerful and luxury dual nature is best felt on the open road.
You have a four-speed automatic transmission with a highway-ready
overdrive, and the suspension is set up for easy cruising with
thick sway bars at each end. Plus, the power steering, cruise
control, new tires, and four-wheel power disc brakes are all
perfect for the long haul.
The sale come complete with plenty of maintenance records and the
owner's manual. This is a beautiful and preserved Lincoln, and now
it's time for you to experience value-priced luxury. Call