The Lincoln Continental is a series of luxury cars produced by Lincoln, a division of the American automaker Ford Motor Company. First introduced in 1939 as a coach built convertible, which would spawn the personal luxury car segment, the nameplate has been in use by Lincoln at various times for more than 75 years. On nearly all 1970-1979 Lincoln Continental Town Cars, the vinyl roof covered half the roof, aft of the B-pillar (though the fixed roof over the driver remained). To suggest a partition, a raised molding sweeping over the roof was added, featuring coach lamps. As an option, some models of the Town Car featured a full-length padded roof. From 1973 to 1981, two-door Lincoln Continentals were available with a similar option called the Lincoln Continental Town Coupe.
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1979 Lincoln Town Coupe for consideration. According to the owner, this Lincoln has spent the last 19 years with the same owner here in Michigan. Prior to this, it was owner by his father who is the original owner of the vehicle. It has great curb appeal all the way around in its sharp Light Blue exterior color and is powered by the massive 400 cubic inch V8 engine and 3-speed automatic transmission. The blue interior is in good condition and appears to have no rips, holes, or damage throughout. It features power windows, power steering, power locks, aftermarket radio, a wireless keyfob for the door locks and much more. According to the owner, the carburetor was recently rebuilt, the spark controller was replaced and the vehicle has new spark plugs. This is a great running Lincoln that will not disappoint, please call or email us today for more information.
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