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The Lincoln Blackwood is a luxury pickup truck that was marketed by
the Lincoln division of Ford Motor Company for the 2002 model year.
Drawing its name from its simulated black woodgrain cargo box, the
Blackwood was offered solely with a black-painted exterior. After
the 2002 model year the Blackwood was discontinued in the United
States. In total, only 3,356 units were ever produced, making it
both the rarest and shortest-produced Lincoln model line. All
Blackwood's were fitted with a 5.4L V8, producing 300 hp and a four
speed automatic transmission. The interior on this blackwood is in
excellent condition after nearly 20 years of use, the Blackwood
shares its dashboard with the F-150 using black oak wood for
interior trim. All four seats are upholstered in Connolly leather,
with heating and cooling for the front seats. The interior is also
complimented by a power sunroof and features a 2+2 seating layout
with four captains chairs all the way around. One of the coolest
features on the Blackwood is that it features an automatic rear
tonneau cover that opens and closes from the key fob or from the
interior. Back in 2002 this was one of the most expensive trucks on
the market at $58,800, compared to today this one is a steal! It
should fit under the Christmas tree, might even fit in a stocking.
Financing is easy and trades are welcome!
2002 Lincoln Blackwood Pickup
Location:Hope Mills, North Carolina
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