1979 Lincoln Town Car Continental

1979 Lincoln Continental

Condition: Used
Make: Lincoln
Model: Continental
SubModel: Town Car
Type: Sedan
Year: 1979
Mileage: 66,492
VIN: 9Y82S625099
Color: Gold
Cylinders: 8
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Gold
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Riverside, California, United States
Extras
Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
CD Player, Leather Seats
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Description for Lincoln Continental 1979

Is it a yacht? Is it an aircraft carrier? No, it's a ravishing,1979 Lincoln Continental!This amazing land yacht is powered by a 400 C.I. V8 mated to a 3-speed C6 automatic transmission. Today's luxury cars can't compare to the simplicity and elegance of this classic Continental. It is truly the epitome of American luxury. This gorgeous luxury sedan won't last long.She was painted last year but stillneeds a little TLC. Vinyl top and leather interior a little weathered but runs strong. She has new tires and a totally rebuilt top end.

Notes about Glenda:

Body and Chassis: Class Luxury Car, Lincoln Town Car (full size) Fifth Generation, Assembled in USA Pico Rivera, California (Los Angeles Assembly)

Powertrain: 400-2 cu in (6.6L) ClevelandV8, Transmission: 3-speed C6automatic, Wheelbase 127.2 inches, Length: 233.0 “ Width: 79.9 inches

From 1977 to 1979, aWilliamsburg Editionwas available for the Continental Town Car. Cosmetic options: half vinyl roof, power vent windows, lighted vanity mirrors, opera windows, 6-way twin "Comfort Lounge Seats" and Coach lights. She is one of the last "large" American sedans.

Asking for $1000.00 deposit upon auction close, cash for the rest of payment.

Thank you for looking at my auction.


On Sep-26-17 at 08:07:08 PDT, seller added the following information:

Car is complete. All sales final.

On Sep-30-17 at 16:52:44 PDT, seller added the following information:

I have added more pictures first picture is vinyl roof drivers side, second picture of passenger.
I have rebuilt the transmission year before last, this car sat of a friend of my fathers for over 18 years in a car port Temecula California. All the seals weredrycrackedin the trany any needed rebuilt. there is an engine oil that leaks from the rear main seal after taking the trany out but I haven't had the money to fix nor do I want to put leak seal or stop leak in this engine. Has rebuilt top end before training due to compression in number one cylinder having blow by when lobe came to top of cam. replaced cam, timing chain and cam sprocket due to sitting and not being ran. Have changed out master cylinder, has new brakes, new tires, exhaust.
The ONLY reason why the price of "buy it Now" is $3100 is because of a posting mistake that I can not change, the $3100 was supposed to be the reserve. I have over ten grand in parts and service not counting the endless hours of labor that have been spent in trying to restore. cosmetic was not the concern when I started this project but must admit Glenda looks beautiful.
I am sick and cannot work on this car anymore. It is almost complete. a few small minor things needed.....The air conditioner is all complete, just checked for leaks, changed seals it needs r12 charged. The vacuum line and egr valve need replaced on the intake manifold to keep her from making a noise after engine warm up, the passenger rear door lock needs freed. These are the only things that come to mind that need finished before I was going to get interior upholstered and vinyl top redone.
If you have patience a mechanical ability to work on old cars these things should not be difficult to complete.
I wish you all Happy Bidding