**JUST SOLD** Gateway Classic Cars of Fort Lauderdale is pleased to
present this stately 1988 Lincoln Town Car Signature Series, in
triple navy blue. This low mile, one-family owned Town Car clearly
had an easy life and a loving owner, given the very good condition
throughout. Unlike the majority of the ones you will find on the
market, this one still looks, smells, and drives as if it were less
than 5 years old. No kidding. The exterior looks refined compared
to it's oversized, overweight predecessors... that were difficult
to park, let alone fit in your garage.This series Lincoln feature
crisp refined lines outside, but no sacrifices were make to
interior space and comfort. In many ways, it is superior to better
than the ones it replace. It's a darn good looking luxury car, with
the thick padded vinyl top, navy paint, abundance of brightwork,
and sharp, white-wall clad turbine wheels. The well-preserved
leather appointed interior still looks very good, and is soft and
subtle. All of the gages in vogue at the time are there at your
disposal. These cars are very comfortable, and easy to drive; the
ride is cloud-like. The 5.0 liter V8 and automatic transmission
assure more than adequate performance. If you are looking for a
nice, well-priced classic luxury car, give this one serious
1988 Lincoln Town Car
Exterior Color:Dark Blue
Interior Color:Dark Blue
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