Gateway Classic Cars of Detroit is proud to offer this pristine 1970 Lincoln Continental Mark III. With only 52,398 actual miles, this Lincoln has been meticulously cared for and maintained over its life. Dressed in a beautiful deep blue metallic paint, this Mark III's long body lines gleam in the sun. The interior is as clean as the exterior done in a plush black leather. Powering this classic Continental is the numbers matching 460 Cubic Inch V8 engine with a 4BBL carburetor that pumps out 365 Horsepower which is plenty of power to move this full-sized smooth driving luxury car. The 1970 Mark III was the first American made car to have radial tires as standard equipment. This three owner Lincoln is a perfect car for any collector, museum, or enthusiast and you would be hard pressed to find one in this condition. From the wood grain to the stainless trim, it is really something to sit in and be surrounded by 70's American luxury. If you're not into running the A/C then just hit the dual action power window switch and let the fresh air in as you cruise around town in this smooth floating ride. Other options on this pristine Lincoln include; Air Conditioning, AM/FM Radio, Cruise Control, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Power Door Locks, Power Seats, Power Windows, Tilt Steering Wheel, Seat Belts, Leather Interior, and White Wall Tires wrapped around factory hub caps. To view this 1970 Lincoln Continental Mark III in greater high definition photographs and a full high definition video please visit www.gatewayclassiccars.com, for more information on this vehicle please contact one of our friendly and knowledgeable staff at 313-982-3100.
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