Gateway Classic Cars Milwaukee is proud to present this 1989
Lincoln Town Car. The Lincoln Motor Company was founded in 1917.
The Lincoln brand was acquired by the Ford Motor Company in 1922.
Marketed as Fords luxury nameplate to compete directly with its
formidable competitor Cadillac. Over the years such iconic
nameplates such as Continental and the Mark series have graced the
Lincoln lineup. In order to keep up with current consumer demands
in the luxury market, Lincoln now manufactures an extensive line of
sedans, cross overs, and sport utility vehicles. This 1989 Lincoln
Town Car was marketed from 1981-1989 in either two or four door
models. The Town car features flat body side panels, sharp edged
fenders, radiator styled grille and a landau padded vinyl roof with
formal "frenched" rear quarter windows. This Town Car is painted in
elegant Pastel Adobe (white) accented with a luxurious burgundy
leather interior. The burgundy vinyl roof and wire wheel covers add
to the overall exterior's good looks. Under the hood is a 5.0L
Windsor V-8 attached to a four-speed AOD automatic transmission.
Comfort features include air conditioning, tilt wheel, cruise,
power windows, power locks, power mirrors, power 50/50 front
seating, AM/FM/cd radio, power steering and power brakes. Elegant
styling and opulent luxury define this 1989 Lincoln Town Car. A
perfect family car that has seating for six.
1989 Lincoln Town Car
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