Ford Motor Company chose an evolutionary design path for the
successor of the Continental Mark III. With designers again using
sharp-edged fenders, hidden headlamps, and a tall radiator-style
grille, the Continental Mark IV retained the traditional
"long-hood, short deck" coupe proportions of the Mark III. The Mark
IV was instantly recognizable because of its small "Greek Temple"
grille, oval opera windows, and Continental rear trunk lid hump
that evoked the Continental Kits of the 1950s. All Mark IVs were
equipped with a vinyl roof. In a major break from American luxury
car tradition, the rear wheel openings of the Mark IV were designed
at the same height as the front wheels (similar to the 1966-1970
Olds Toronado) its large fender flares precluded the use of fender
skirts.Mark IVs were equipped with the 460 cu in 7.5-liter motor
linked to a 3-speed automatic transmission. The car has two small
areas on the trunk that could use a little love. Other than that,
it is in excellent condition. These are fully disclosed in the
pictures. Zoom Classic cars is proud to present this low mileage
(48,484) American Classic. Asking 19,900. Please contact Hank at
[email protected] or 201-317-9277 for more details. This
vehicle is located in Reisterstown MD.
1973 Lincoln Continental Mark IV
Location:Lake Hiawatha, New Jersey
Model:Continental Mark IV
Exterior Color:Metallic Brown
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