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While muscle car fans want a factory triple-black car, luxury lovers will want to pay attention to the factory triple-white of this 1972 Lincoln Continental Mark IV. With its opulent look, luxury features, and numbers-matching V8, this coupe is the right mix of preservation with the right subtle upgrades.
The distinct design of this machine gets heads turning. After all, that hood is almost impossibly long, and it leads the way with elegant touches like the hidden headlights and Rolls-Royce inspired grille. The bumpers hug the form like proper chrome kings because this was built before federal regulations. Plus, the full-length pinstripe shows off the curves of the profile and the straightness that the well-respected sheetmetal still holds today. The factory-correct white was given a respray later in life. It keeps the car looking crisp without outshining all the original features. And there is a true delicate sophistication in a matching white vinyl roof.
Inside, the factory-correct white seats complete the ultra-opulent triple-white package (paint, roof, and interior.) Of course this car was meant to be enjoyed, and so they wisely also put a darker color in higher traffic areas like the carpeting. The white seats have a pillow-top kind of luxury, and since we believe this is a highly original presentation, the condition of the leather really demonstrates the level of respect this coupe has received. You have the choice to seat six total, or fold down the front armrest to give you true individual luxury. Your seat even power adjusts to the ideal position. Plus, the wood-like trim on the dash adds to the upper-class feeling. As expected from a vehicle of this caliber, there are plenty of factory luxuries, including power windows, power locks, a tilt steering column, and cold-blowing factory air conditioning. This is such a great survivor that even the stereo is still the correct factory AM/FM 8-track unit!
Under the hood is the numbers-matching 460 cubic inch V8. It really has a terrific look of originality right down to the bold blue paint and factory decals. Topped with a four-barrel carburetor, this is a big block that produces big torque. The V8 is still a strong runner today, and the three-speed automatic transmission shifts smoothly, so it means this vintage Lincoln remains a terrific boulevard cruiser. And that's especially true thanks to features like power steering, power brakes with discs up front, and cruise control.
A smooth-riding triple-white Mark IV is irresistible. So don't let it go home into someone else's garage. Call today!!!