1975 Lincoln Continental 56,000 miles mk Mark IV iv Mark 4 Rare

1975 Lincoln Continental

Make: Lincoln
Model: Continental
Year: 1975
Mileage: 56,000
VIN: 7018664806
Engine: 460
Fuel: Gasoline
Drive type: RWD
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Hunter, North Dakota, United States
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Selling my Lincoln. I love this car but need the room. It's very dependable with only 56,000 Miles on the odometer. I replaced a ton of parts to make it the car of my dreams. This car will drive anywhere. I just don't have time to enjoy it so here it is for sale. I have close to $1800 into the New Sony hi powered Bluetooth stereo 4 speakers and subwoofer. I also replaced the fuel pump water pump all belts radiator thermostat and evaporator last year. The a/c does work but needs to be recharged. I bought and had installed top of the line correct Michelin tires all the way around and new shocks. The Holley Carb had a kit put in but did not include a float so I found a NOS Holley that is included with the car.I've taken it to car shows around the Fargo ND area and it draws tons of attention with the front end dropped, It has a great stance, hide away headlights factory aluminum rims and the Subwoofer thumping and it still looks great. This car is incredible to drive and is ready to go cross country. Just hit the cruise control and cruise....This is For sale locally so I can end auction at any time Any questions 701 eight 66 four 8 0 six
message from:4679johnc(525)
Hi, Maybe you know this already but your car is a very rare 'Blue Diamond' special edition. I had a 1976 one the same. You can tell by the interior where all the 'woody' parts are a light maple colour as opposed to the usual darker patterned 'walnut' shade. The panel above the glove box has a black centre panel instead of wood finish and the trunk carpet is blue instead of the common grey. I think the seats are special too with the edging in wood, not chrome. May I suggest you amend your listing to include this as your car has rarity value. Regards from UK, John