Call Jason for details and to set up a appointment, 919-969-1500. This car is nearly new in every way, a must see! The second-generation Town Car was a sales success and became one of the best-selling full-size U.S. luxury sedans. During the late 1980s and early 1990s, Town Car sales regularly exceeded 100,000 units with 120,121 Town Cars being sold in 1994 alone. Following the discontinuation of the Cadillac Fleetwood by General Motors after 1996, the Lincoln Town Car became the longest-length regular-production sedan sold in the United States. Opal Gray Pearlescent Clearcoat Metallic coats the exterior steel panels that are straight, and mind their gaps throughout. In front a nice vertical polished vertical striped grille is flanked by aerodynamic built in head lights, parking lights and turn signals. Badging is correct and clean on the grille. Following a long hood back to a large 4 door passenger compartment, electronic digital locks are seen on the doors up front. The rear “C” pillar has an opera window which has “Executive Series” badging. A spacious trunk and rounded integrated taillights, and a body matching wrap around bumper complete the exterior. Standard spoked Lincoln badged wheels are all around. Interior Up front a digital dash in blue LED form sits within a burl wood frame and is surrounded by stitched gray leather padding. Conveniences such as climate control, an AM/FM/CD player, cruise control, power seat adjustments, power windows, power mirrors, and power door locks are noted. A large split bench made up of two spacious buckets with built in armrests stretch across the front, and a large comfortable spacious luxurious bench across the back. These are all covered in plentiful and firm foam and wrapped in gray leather. Gray carpet floods the floor and is in good unstained condition, and the headliner is stretched tight, and is very clean. Drivetrain A 4.6 Liter SOHC Fuel Injected V8 sits within a clean engine bay and shows well with little to no corrosion. It is connected to a 4-speed automatic AOD-E transmission, which shifts smoothly and effortlessly. Undercarriage Presenting structurally sound and clean, this undercarriage shows some surface rust only on uncoated steel surfaces. Floorpans, rockers, toe kicks and frame are all totally rust free. Under door framing is near perfect. Nicely presenting, clean, tasteful colored, Lincoln. Well maintained and garage kept, it led a good life, and has plenty left in her.
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