Gateway Classic Cars of Detroit is proud to present this 1978
Lincoln Continental Town Car. Just before Ford downsized the
Continental for 1980 and made the Town Car a separate model for
1981, the biggest and plushest new sedan was the Lincoln
Continental Town Car. They rolled out of the Lincoln showroom
loaded, with the landau-style "Coach Roof" and just about every
additional option available at the time. Powered by a strong 400
cid 6.6L V8, matched to an automatic transmission. These cars
weren't about performance. They were about a silent, cushy ride and
plush seats that swallowed you in velour comfort. The gold exterior
is clean and in good condition. The gold interior is very clean,
luxurious, and comfortable. This 1 owner '78 Lincoln Continental
Town Car has 81,285 miles on the dash and is ready to cruise
through town, and ride down highways in style. Are you looking for
something big, cool, and comfortable? Then you can't get much
better than this. Options on this 1978 Lincoln Continental Town Car
include: Air Conditioning, AM/FM Radio, Cassette, Power Brakes,
Power Steering, Power Seats, Power Windows, Seat Belts, Cloth
Interior, and White Wall Tires. To view this 1978 Lincoln
Continental Town Car in greater detail, including HD pictures and
video, find us online at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For more
information, call (313)-982-3100 or email us at
1978 Lincoln Continental
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