1979 Lincoln Mark V Continental Bill Blass Nice Low Miles Original
Price: US $8,500.00 Item location: Winchendon, Massachusetts, United States
- Make: Lincoln
- Model: Mark Series
- SubModel: Bill Blass Edition
- Type: Coupe
- Trim: Bill Blass
- Year: 1979
- Mileage: 44,000
- VIN: 9Y89S697369
- Color: White
- Engine size: 460
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Power options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Automatic
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: White
- Drive side: Left-hand drive
- Options: Carriage Top, Cassette Player
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1979 Lincoln Mark Series Bill BlassReason For Selling: Need Cash. Low starting bid does not reflect the true value for this exceptional classic car. It is a nice original low mileage vehicle, always stored for the winter months. Only two owners. Somebody is going to be extremely blessed!
Please Note: I reserve the right to sell this car and pull the listing, provided there are no bids, or by lowering the buy now price. The buy now price has to be 30% higher than the starting price by eBay policies.
Payment Terms: I will accept cash (USD) or a cashiers check drawn on a USA bank as the only payment type (see instructions). No paperwork (title & bill of sale) will be released until the cash or cashiers check has been verified as valid and/or payable by my bank.
Retail Value: I have been asking $14,900 on the website (1979lincoln.com). On Ebay, I am starting this off at what I consider to be a price well below wholesale value. Bid with confidence, you just might get the deal of a lifetime!
The Bill Blass Edition: This was a marine theme in 1979. The brochure [included with the car] was provided to me when I acquired the car in 2012 from the wife of the original owner who had passed away a few years prior to me acquiring the car. The deal he made when he purchased it was penned inside it.
This car fully resembles the one inside the brochure. The white seats with the blue piping is by far the classiest color choice for this model. The blue seats were a bit bland in comparison, but the car was available either way. You also get the brochure that the salesman penned his offer on to the original buyer.
The carriage top (not an actual convertible) was also not the only choice available. All Bill Blass edition Mark V cars came with a special Bill Blass designed boat anchor styled into the buttons in the seating, the pin-striping on the trunk lid, and the badges on the top. The royal blue and white color combination added the final marine theme touch, and was the only color combination offered.
Only 44,000 actual milesNever driven in snow or iceOnly two ownersMassachusetts titled, registered, and insured (my primary residence), stored winters in NH.Documents – Along with the current title and a bill of sale to you, you also get the original bill of sale, the Lincoln brochure w/original deal penned insideSurvivor: Original paint, interior, drivetrain, etc.Updates: Air Conditioning R-134 upgradeRecently Replaced: Radiator, Starter, SolenoidOnly about 25,000 miles on GoodYear TiresOPTIONAL: Website, and domain name “1979Lincoln.com” (available separately)
Comments:This 1979 Lincoln Mark V has been a privilege to own and drive. What surprises me is the attention she gets everywhere she goes. It seems everyone wants to take a closer look and pay her compliments.
If you really want to own a nice classic car, this is one of the finest drivers you will find in this price range that is original, and has under 50K miles on it and is exercised. Since I purchased this car in 2012, I have averaged about 3,000 miles/year on it. It isn't healthy to let cars sit.