Now for sale in our Houston showroom is this 1975 Lincoln Mark IV. As the successor of the Mark III, Ford Motor Company chose an evolutionary design path for the Mark IV. Ford designers again using sharp-edged fenders, hidden headlamps, and a tall radiator-style grille, the Continental Mark IV retained the traditional "long-hood, short deck" coupe proportions of the Mark III along with its "Continental spare tire" decklid. This Mark IV is shown in its original Aqua blue paint called "diamond fire". The cars exterior finish is pristine and shows looks awesome in the sunshine. The blue vinyl top is also in fantastic condition. It features the popular 460 CID V8 that is paired to a 3-speed automatic transmission. Both drive train components run very well with no issues. The car rides like it's on a cloud and is a pleasure to drive. All accessories on the car work as they should. All weather seals are in great condition, including the glass it surrounds. The exterior trim, bumpers, light lenses, & more are all in very nice condition. Looking towards the interior the plush leather seats & door panels, carpet, headliner, & seatbelts are all in excellent condition. On the dash, you will find all working Cartier gauges on this signature Mark IV. The car sits on its original Lincoln hub caps wrapped in Michelin tires with plenty of tread on them left. The Mark IV's engine compartment & trunk are also in great condition, it looks as if this car has been indoors its entire life! Other notable features include; AC (blows cold!), AM/FM radio, cruise control, power brakes, power steering, power locks, power seats, power windows, tilt steering wheel, leather interior, & white wall tires. This Mark IV is in excellent condition and would be a great addition to a collection or to use as a daily driver! For more information on this 1975 Lincoln Mark IV call the Houston Showroom at 832-243-6220 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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