Our Houston showroom is proud to show you this 1983 Lincoln Mark
VI. The Continental Mark VI is based on the Ford Panther platform,
shared with the Lincoln Town Car and other Ford Motor Company
full-size cars of the 1980s into the late 2000s in North America.
The Mark VI is rear-wheel drive with body-on-frame construction; it
is fitted with coil-spring suspension on all four wheels. This Mark
VI features a 4.9 L 302 CID V8 that is paired to a 4-speed
automatic transmission. The car only has 66,984 miles on it and
ready to get more driving time in. The exterior is blue that is
ready to shine in the sun. The blue leather interior has beep kept
up with, it also has plenty of comfort features. This Lincoln is a
3 owner vehicle coming originally from New Hampshire she's made her
way down to Texas. Other notable features on this car include, AC,
AM/FM radio, Cassette Player, cruise control, power brakes, power
steering, power locks, power seats, power sunroof, power windows,
tilt steering wheel, keyless entry, Anti-Theft System, White wall
Radial Tires with Aluminum/ Alloy Wheels & leather interior. For
more information on this 1983 Lincoln Mark VI, to see all the HD
pictures and videos of it, copy the URL below, and see it at this
direct link: https://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/show/HOU/170 .
Alternatively, you may also call the showroom at (832) 243-6220 or
email us at [email protected] for more info.
1983 Lincoln Continental
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