Gateway Classic Cars of Orlando is proud to present this classic
1989 Lincoln Town Car. During the 1980s American carmakers were
transitioning from large body on frame, V8 powered land yachts to
compact front wheel drive import inspired shoe boxes. Not so for
the Town Car! All through the 80s and beyond the Town Car soldiered
on as a good old fashioned American luxury car. This 1989 example
(originally sold in Canada) is quite handsome in it's white paint
and white vinyl top. As you walk around the car you'll notice nice
details like the prominent front grill, chrome bumpers and turbine
style wheels. Whether you're headed to the Opera House or Walmart,
you're arriving in style! Take a seat inside and you're greeted by
a blue cloth interior. With double bench seats just imagine the
road trips you could take in this car. Under the hood is a fuel
injected 5.0 Liter V8 and is paired to a 4 speed automatic
transmission. Factory rated at 150 HP and 270 lb-ft of torque
imagine how this car can get up and go! If you're looking for a
classic American luxury car this is the one you want to own! Listed
mileage is converted from kilometer reading on odometer. Options
include AC, AM/FM radio, cloth interior, cruise control, power
brakes, power seats, power steering, power windows, seat belts,
tilt wheel and white wall radial tires.
1989 Lincoln Town Car
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