1970 Lincoln Continental Mark III
Own this classic collectible luxury car today!
The Mark III was envisioned by Lee Iacocca, the man who brought you the Mustang and the minivan, and it stands as one of his greatest successes. The initial design idea was simple: "Put a Rolls Royce grille on a Thunderbird." Lincoln wanted to compete with Cadillac and its wildly popular Eldorado. They built the Mark III using many existing parts on a shoestring budget of just $30 million, and it paved the way to record profits for the Lincoln division, as it was wildly popular with the public.
The car is large, comfortable, and imposing. It's everything a true American luxury car should be - and it's got every bell and whistle of its time. This car is equipped with power windows and locks, power steering, air conditioning, a vinyl roof, vacuum operated hidden headlights, leather seats, and of course the trademark Continental spare-tire hump on the cavernous trunk (though it does not house a spare tire on this model).
This car starts right up and runs great. Power comes from Ford's 460 cubic inch big block V8, so torque is almost instantaneous, and it's enough to easily move this large car at comfortable highway speeds. A 3-speed column shifted C-6 automatic transmission ensures reliable service and smooth driving, and power steering and brakes make it effortless to drive. You can steer it with one finger and enjoy a ride that's as soft as a cloud. Even rear seat room is generous on this large coupe. There's truly not a bad seat in the house in this 1970 Mark III.
Come see it for yourself and take it for a test drive. You'll be ready to go anywhere!
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