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For Sale: 1996 Lincoln Town Car in St. Louis, Missouri

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1996 Lincoln Town Car Signature Series ?Excellent condition, always garaged and only 77,317 original miles ?Sold new at Dick Jones Lincoln-Mercury, St. Peters, Missouri ?4.6L SOHC modular V-8 engine with dual exhausts ?Four-speed automatic transmission (code 4R70W) and 3.27 gearing (code 5) ?Opal exterior (code WK) with Medium Graphite leather interior (code D2) ?Signature Series includes a digital fluorescent instrument cluster, trip computer, and standard alloy wheels ?Optional Touring suspension package that includes traction assist, power moonroof, JBL sound system and automatic dimming rearview mirror. ?Air-conditioning, power steering, power four-wheel disc brakes, power locks, power windows, power sideview mirrors, power front seats + memory and moonroof ?Dual front airbags, anti-lock brakes and traction assist ?SecuriCode keyless entry pad ?Optional interior wood trim ?117.4-inch wheelbase These Lincoln Town Cars were one of the last of the big boats, a massive six-passenger luxurycar whose suspension system is designed to cushion all occupants from the slightest imperfection in the roadway. Among the leading classic luxobarges was Lincoln?s Town Car. If you?re looking for a body-on-frame car that values ride over handling, with a trunk large enough for golfing on Sunday and business during the week, this might be that car! This locally owned 1996 Lincoln Town Car Signature Series only has 77,317 original miles and was owned by two local families and always garaged since new. The Lincoln was sold new at Dick Jones Lincoln-Mercury in St. Peters Missouri. Built in June 1996 in Ford?s Wixom, Michigan factory (VIN code Y), this car is dressed in Opal (code WK). The paint and trim are in overall excellent order, the body is straight and solid, the engine bay is extremely tidy, the cargo area looks great with a mini spare tire, tire iron and jumper cables. The body-colored bumpers fit tightly to the body. This large town car rolls on Mirada Sport GTS radials, size 225/60R16 at all four corners. Each one is mounted on a factory wheel. The tires are in very good shape while the wheels are just in good, original order. This car rides a 117.4-inch wheelbase. Under the counterbalanced hood is a 4.6L SOHC V-8 engine breathing via dual exhausts. The motor is linked to a four-speed automatic transmission (code 4R70W) with 3.27:1 conventional rear end. Driver convenience features are long, as expected in this class ? electronic climate control, power steering, power four-wheel disc brakes, power locks, power windows, power sideview mirrors, power front seats plus memory, moonroof, a digital fluorescent instrument cluster, trip computer, standard alloy wheels, optional interior wood trim. Also loaded with the optional Touring suspension package that includes traction assist, power moonroof, JBL sound system and automatic dimming rearview mirror. Safety equipment includes dual front airbags, a SecuriCode keyless entry pad, anti-lock brakes and traction assist. Inside, the car?s Medium Graphite (code D2) leather interior is in overall excellent original order. The front and rear benches have held up well, as has the matching carpet and headliner. A two-spoke steering wheel frames the digital dashboard, which is framed in real wood trim with additional matching wood pieces on the inner door panels, the moonroof glass is in good condition but the power switch is broken. A column-mounted shift lever and a factory AM/FM stereo complete the interior. After ten years on the market (nine of them as the Town Car) relatively unchanged, the Lincoln Town Car was given an extensive redesign inside and out, being launched on October 5, 1989, as a 1990 model. In a move to bring a new generation of buyers to the Lincoln brand, the Town Car adopted a far more contemporary image, bringing it in line with the Continental and Mark VII. In addition, the Town Car adopted a new range of safety and luxury features and would mark the debut of a powertrain that would see usage in a wide variety of Ford Motor Company vehicles. Following the discontinuation of the Cadillac Fleetwood by General Motors after 1996, the Lincoln Town Car became the longest-length regular-production sedan sold in the United States. In the interest of fuel economy, the Lincoln Town Car was required to become more aerodynamic (reducing wind noise) but key parts of its design were integrated into its design, with its radiator-style grille, chrome trim, and opera windows. In a major design constraint, the design team was not to make any major reductions in size to the Town Car, preserving its large interior and trunk space as key marketing points to buyers. For 1996, the climate controls were again redesigned while Cartier Designer Editions featured genuine wood trim on the dashboard and door panels. Competition to this Lincoln in 1996 included Acura?s 3.5RL, BMW?s 7-series sedan, Buick?s Park Avenue Ultra, Cadillac?s Fleetwood, Chrysler?s New Yorker, Jaguar?s Sovereign 4.0, Mercedes-Benz S320, Mercury?s Grand Marquis LS and Oldsmobile?s Ninety-Eight. If you?re a fan of big, soft cruisers that glide then you need to get down to MotoeXotica Classic Cars today to check this one out for yourself. The Town Car is meant for lap-of-luxury motoring, the traditional soft,cushy approach to travel. You?ll arrive as fresh as when you left. VIN: 1LNLM82W3TY731153 This car is currently located at our facility in St. Louis, Missouri. Current mileage on the odometer shows 77,317 miles. It is sold as is, where is, on a clean and clear, mileage exempt Missouri title. GET OUT AND DRIVE!!!? Note: Please see full terms and conditions listed below that pertain to the purchase of any said vehicle, thank you.

Vehicle Details

  • 1996 Lincoln Town Car
  • Listing ID:CC-1553928
  • Price:Contact Seller
  • Location:St. Louis, Missouri
  • Year:1996
  • Make:Lincoln
  • Model:Town Car
  • Odometer:77317
  • Stock Number:211206
  • VIN:1LNLM82W3TY731153
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