81 Lincoln Mk VI Signature, Black/Red Mint condition 50k Best one in the USA.

1981 Lincoln Mark Series

Make: Lincoln
Model: Mark Series
Type: Coupe
Trim: Signature series
Year: 1981
Mileage: 57,000
VIN: 1MRBP95F5BY664740
Color: Black
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: Automatic Overdrive
Interior color: Red
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Ormond Beach, Florida, United States
Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
Sunroof, Cassette Player

Description for Lincoln Mark Series 1981

Hello to all E bayers. Your looking at my 1981 Lincoln Mark VI Signature series coupe. A Museum quality show winning car from years past. It has 57xxx easy miles. I purchased it from a Church minister a wile back. Nearly flawless body free from rust. dents and corrosion. all exterior trim and chrome are perfect. It was garaged and well kept. The Black paint is in excellent condition and detailed monthly. It has a flawless Red velour interior with Gold tone facia. Allure fur rugs. Chrome pedals option. Macarer ebony wood trim. quite lovely. The glass tinted moon roof is correct and works also has the factory opera windows in the rear. The headliner is slightly sagging. It has a factory Premium high powered audio system with a CB radio that works. The factory hide away headlights operate correctly. It has the factory engine and overdrive transmission with posi traction differential. The driveline operates well with proper service. It drives like a dream. It also has a special leather bound Lincoln kit with everything you need in case of emergency. Light sticks in factory Lincoln boxes. The Lincoln tools and a Swiss Army knife with Lincoln logo from dealer in 1981. This is a highly Collectable vehicle that will appreciate in value. There were about 20 Black Signature series Marks made in 1981 Questions 781-296-5800 Lincoln Mark VIIn comparison to its Mark V predecessor. the 1980 Mark VI shed over 800 pounds. 14 inches in length. As the Mark V was still popular during the late 1970s. much of its sharp-edged styling was carried over onto Panther-platform Lincolns. Much like the roofline of the Continental/Town Coupe carried over to the 1980 model. the roofline of the Mark VI remained similar to the Mark V (although instead of a hardtop roofline. the Mark VI now wore a B-pillar). To further differentiate themselves from the standard two-door Continentals and Town Coupes. the two-door Mark VI was built on the three-inch shorter wheelbase. The Mark VI had more ornate styling than the Town Car. befitting its place on top of the model line. It sported vacuum-operated flip-up headlamps. oval opera windows on the C-pillars. a raised "bustleback" trunklid. and a slightly different grille. The Mark VI also was one of the first cars seen with several features commonly seen today; it came with pushbutton keyless entry. digital instrumentation. nbsp;and trip computer. Also. it was the first year for the EEC III engine management system which kept fuel economy high and emissions low. an industry first. For 1980. the Signature Series was available in both coupe and sedan formats. This edition was a successor to the 1979 Collector's Series option package and included most Lincoln options. These cars were available in either burgundy or silver exterior colors. The only interior color was red. in either leather or velour. Unique features included a rechargeable glove box flashlight. special seat sew pattern. gold and Macaser Ebony wood treatments and a complete digital instrument cluster with fully electronically controlled EEC III engine with a 4-speed AOD. and a leather-bound tool kit in the trunk. When first introduced in October 1979. final cost could exceed $24. 00. which converts to approximately $157. 86 in today's dollars. By the end of the model year. 1980 prices had increased by nearly $1. 00. In 1981. the Signature Series edition was offered again in red or silver. with a choice of black or white exterior colors being added near the end of the model year. The interior color on these Signature Series cars was red only. in leather or velour. For 1982 and 1983. the Signature Series carried on but lost its exclusive colors as these cars were now available in any exterior color and any interior color. The tool kit and glove box flashlight were no longer featured as well which makes the 1981 model most desired by collectors. There were about 20 Black/Red Signature series Mark VI produced in 1981. This is a very rare and collectable Lincoln. At low reserve. It is detailed for the lucky new owner. I will assist in overseas shipping or transport in U. S. ADeposit due 24 hours. Full payment within 7 days? Call 781-296-5800