This is a 1972 Lincoln Continental Mark IV with the ORIGINAL big block Ford 460CI engine with stock c6 three speed automatic transmission for sale for $1500 OBO. The paint might look a little rough and a bit rusty but the body is the area that is in need of some TLC but the inside of the trunk, interior, engine bay, and the car's undercarriage is in great shape. I am currently the second owner of the car and I have the proper title and license for it. The car was restored in the mid to late 1990's by the original owner and then he put it away and forgot about it, so I came along and bought it so it wouldn't rot to nothing. The floors are all solid and almost all the rust on the undercarriage of the car is surface, the only hole is in the drivers side of the trunk its about an inch long but could be easily patched and or fixed (seen in picture). The engine is solid and does not leak or lose pressure at all, but the only leak in it is at the power steering fluid container, it leaks just a little fluid but could be fixed with a new clamp or hose but it doesn't affect the driving at all. I put a brand new Holley 600 CFM carb with an electric choke (that the wire for it is running through the door because I need to find a hole through the firewall to connect it to the fuse box to) on the car and it runs great, and fires right up. I also put new valve cover gaskets on the car along with a new Edlebrock fuel pump, new spark plugs and high performance wires, new high performance air filter, new points, and I recently did an oil change and all of the fluids on the car look how they should and are pretty new. I also put new brake pads, and shoes on the car and also replacing all the brake related parts that it needed and put new brake fluid in the lines as well so it stops like a dream with drums in the rear and disks in the front. The oscillating headlights come up and down perfectly and the brights work and they are pretty bright, the only problem with them are sometimes over night the light covers will be up due to a very small vacuum hole in one of the headlight lines but they work every time you push the button. The trunk is rusty beyond repair, but it still opens and shuts fine. The interior of the car is great, there are no rips in the seats except one on the top of the rear seat by the rear dash where the speakers are and its only visible if you look into the rear window. The carpet isn't ripped or torn at all, and the headliner isn't ripped, torn, cracked at all. Also there is a crack in the windshield but it could be easily fixed and or repaired, The dash is great except it has one crack in the middle of the dash but it could be probably be cemented, sanded, and repainted to make it looking great again. The car has 90,189 miles on it's got plenty of life ahead of it, to prove the car was taken care of it there is still some of the original Ford blue paint on the bottom of the oil pan, which usually a car that would leak and be mistreated the paint would be all gone but since it doesn't leak and its been well taken care of everything is well preserved except the trunk door. So a I've said the car was well taken car of from the beginning but its just sat till I purchased it and that's why the body looks like it does and the rest of the car was preserved very well. Please let me know what you got I would consider TRADES for the Lincoln such as a Ford Bronco, Bronco II, Ranger, F-100, F-150, Chevy Colorado, S-10, Blazer, GMC Jimmy, Canyon, or any classic car (pre 1970 in running and driving condition with a smaller motor in it) or any small truck with a v6, inline 6, or small block v8, or a foxbody mustang. But just let me know what you have the worst ill say is no. So thanks again and please cash or trades only need gone asap, Call, text, or email me but a text would be the best and fastest way for me to get back to you for any questions or if you want to see the car so let me know Thanks Anthony.