GR Auto Gallery is pleased to offer this 1978 Lincoln Continental
Town Car Coupe for your consideration. This smooth sailing luxury
vehicle is powered by a 460ci V8 which is mated with an automatic
transmission. The powertrain in this Lincoln is solid. It pulls
strong and shifts smooth between gears.
With power windows, power seats, automatic climate control with air
conditioning, a Cartier clock, and a power glass moonroof, one
would expect the overall appearance to match the quality features
within. This example was finished in Tan over a beige cloth
interior. Both are in exceptional condition showing only minor
signs of wear. Sitting inside the vehicle offers an experience,
unlike any modern-day American automobile, can offer. The seats are
plusher than nearly every other vehicle, and the interior is more
than spacious enough for the whole family. A large trunk is to be
expected on a car that's as long as this, and Lincoln did not
disappoint. The trunk has plenty of room to store everything you
can throw in it.
The Lincoln Continental is a series of luxury cars produced by
Lincoln, a division of the American automaker Ford Motor Company.
First introduced in 1939 as a coach built convertible for Edsel
Ford, the Continental nameplate has been in use by Lincoln across
ten generations of vehicles for various times over nearly 80 years.
The Continental nameplate is derived from the original 1939
convertible, intended to adapt European "continental" exterior
styling elements to the body and chassis of the Lincoln-Zephyr.
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mistakes. Unless otherwise noted, All vehicles are sold AS IS, No
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