Cool Ride! 1979 Lincoln Mark V from Tennessee. Solid Car. 400 cu in
powers this beast. Previous owner Painted it recently with "hot rod
black" Satin black single stage paint. The body was in great shape
before painted . This is NOT a show quality paint job but rather a
decent driver quality. The interior is in near perfect condition,
the only real flaw is the top of the back seat is damaged from the
sun. Car was recently driven over 500 miles and it runs and drives
great. Car was lowered by cutting the springs all the way around
and it gives it a great stance. The ride quality is still great a
little stiffer than the original springs, but these floated like
boats anyway. This customization gives it a great look and feel and
on the interstate it cruises smooth and straight. The power windows
all work and the power seat works, cruise control works and heater
works good. The ac I believe will work with a charge. The wheels
are original to the car just painted and the center caps removed.
This car could be put back to original ride height fairly easily
with new original springs. The car was originally painted "dove
gray" which was a special edition color in 79. All the trim that is
missing on the back window is in the trunk, It just needs to be
painted satin black. From experience of buying and selling old cars
for years the miles are indeed 105K BUT we can't say for sure. This
would make a nice cheap old car for someone to cruise in and the
good thing is the whole family can fit in it.
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