The Lincoln Mark V was considered the last real American luxury
car. A total of 75,939 models were produced. The Mark V had an
improved heater and new door and ignition locks. The Mark V is
number five in the series of Continental Marks that Ford produced.
The Continental vison began in 1938 as a dream car for Edsel
Ford.This Mark V billows down the road with a luxury ride and good
performance. This owner is the 2ndowner and this Lincoln was
purchased locally here in North Carolina. Total miles are
44,084.Exterior is all white with the white vinyl half top. Paint
and chrome are very good.The white leather seats are still soft and
supple. The dash, steering wheel, and carpet are red which creates
a nice color contrast.Engine is the 400 CID and is paired with an
automatic transmission.This car is loaded with optionsPower seats,
power windows, power steering, tilt wheel, cruise control, AM/FM
radio and AC. It has always been garaged and the owner does not
drive the car in the rain.You can view this 1979 Lincoln by
appointment only. Its location is in North Carolina near Blowing
1979 Lincoln Continental Mark V
Location:Cornelius, North Carolina
Model:Continental Mark V
Interior Color:White and Red
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