1976 Lincoln Continental Town Coupe
This 1976 Lincoln Continental Town Coupe is about big luxury, big V8 power, and a small price. You might come across a few Lincoln coupes from 1976, but those will usually be Mark IV cars. This is the plusher and far rarer Town Coupe. These cars look especially nice because they take the regal square-jaw lines of the Continental sedan, and apply them to a more personal luxury vehicle. This coupe comes in its factory-correct white, which always has a timeless elegance. Especially with the matching vinyl half-roof still feeling soft to the touch. And the detail work on this one is excellent with the waterfall grille, turbine-style factory wheel covers, and the full-length rocker trim. And if you like the way the red pinstripe looks against the white, then you're going to love the inside. Open the door and you'll see the kind of luxury that could only come from the 1970s. The white seats have the kind of pillow top design that are just as comfy as it looks. There are even armrests Ã¢â‚¬â€œ front and rear Ã¢â‚¬â€œ for true individual luxury. And with the red accents, this has a very well-planned look inside and out. This gets all the best factory features, including power driver's seat, power windows, power locks, cruise control, AM/FM stereo, and the hallmark Cartier clock. The air conditioning has even been converted over to R-134a to keep you cruising in luxury. Ford's smooth and refined 460 cubic-inch V8 provides effortless performance in the Continental Town Coupe. The big block era was almost over by '76, and so we're really happy to see this extra torquey motor. In fact, this is believed to be the original motor to the car, and it looks quite authentic Ã¢â‚¬â€œ from the bold blue on the block to the factory decals. This is a strong runner, which is exactly how you want a classic like this to be. After all, it's easy to drive all day with a smooth-shifting three-speed automatic transmission. There's even the optional four-wheel disc brake package to give you extra confidence. Add in power steering and new Hankook Optimo tires, and you soon realize this is an all-around easy driving vintage coupe. This Continental Town Coupe has all the great stuff you love about the 70s without having to give up modern comfort. This is big luxury for a little price. Call today!!!