Ford's senior executive Lee Iacocca gave the Lincoln Continental
Mark III a signature styling with the stand-up grill and tire
bustle on the trunk deck. The new design theme defined the Lincoln
Mark brand for years to come. This is a superb 1969 Lincoln Mark
III that is all original with barely 60,000 actual miles. It has
always been garaged and very well maintained. It truly is the story
of the little old lady who drove it. Current owner bought this car
from an elderly lady not far from where he lives.Exterior is light
blue with a black vinyl top that still looks new. Paint is in
excellent condition and all trim and chrome is in above average
condition.The dark blue leather button and tuck interior presents
very well and is all original. It is still pretty with very minimal
wear.Engine is the 460 CID 4 BBL and runs great. Transmission is
automatic.Factory options on this car are power front seats, power
antenna, power windows, remote trunk release, climate control heat
and air and AM radio with 8-track player.NEW are: front calipers,
fuel pump, new rubber fuel lines, and a rebuilt carburetor very
recently.This 69 Continental resides in Wyoming and is available
for viewing by appointment only.
1969 Lincoln Continental Mark III
Location:Cornelius, North Carolina
Model:Continental Mark III
Exterior Color:Light Blue/Black Vinyl Top
Interior Color:Dark Blue Leather
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