Diamond in the Rough: Restoring a Classic American Luxury Car ( Episode 7 )
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) On this 7th episode of A Diamond In the Rough,
Ted and Roman continue work on the Diamond Jubilee. Today, they go and test
the Lincoln to see how fast the old girl will go from 0-60 MPH at a mile
above sea level. Will the Mark V break 12 seconds? You'll have to watch the
video to find out.
Ford built the 1978 Lincoln Continental Mark V Diamond Jubilee Edition to
celebrate the companies 75th year in the automobile business. A grand total
of just 5,159 cars were built. To help celebrate the the 75th anniversary
and to distinguish the car from other Lincoln Mark V the Diamond Jubilee
was available in only two colors, Diamond Blue and Jubilee Gold. In this
very special and very personal 3rd episode Roman Mica and his British Car
mechanic friend Ted Ax set out to restore and Roman's Dad's old and very
neglected 1978 Continental Mark V Diamond Jubilee edition.
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1976 Lincoln Mark IV for Sale $4,500 !!
1976 Lincoln Continental Mark IV for sale that's in pretty good condition.
Needs new muffler, tires and has some rust around the rear vinyl cover.
Runs fantastic and is very clean. The Flip out DVD player in the dash is
not included. 89,000 original miles!
1972 Lincoln Continental Cold Start and Drive
This is a 1972 Lincoln Continental featuring the 460 c.i. (7.5L) 4bbl. V-8,
C6 transmission, and 9.25" removable carrier rear end. Power output is
224hp @ 4,400 RPM and torque is 357Lb./Ft. @ 2,800 RPM through a single Exhaust w/ resonator. Values are SAE net.
This is the first year of the "regular fuel" engines, so the compression
ratio is 8.5:1 (down from 10.5:1 from 1970). I go over some details about
the car in this video, perform a cold start, and a short drive to
demonstrate the unique speedometer. More videos about this car to come as
maintenance needs arise. Footage shot on 2/18/2012 using a Sony Handycam
model DCR-TRV27. There is a pause at 15:03, but keep watching. The video
1976 Lincoln Continental Mark IV 55k Mile 1 Owner Survivor
Video of 1976 Lincoln Mark IV - by Future Classics LLC. 55,000 Actual
Miles, original owner. Original paint, body, interior, unrestored. AACA
THIS LINCOLN IS SOLD!
Contact Future Classics LLC at 732-370-8800 for price.
1973 Lincoln Mark IV - Stock #5774 - Gateway Classic Cars - St. Louis
For sale is a very original survivor 1973 Lincoln Mark IV with only 43,824.
This car is powered by a massive 460 CID V8 engine backed by a 3 speed
automatic transmission. This is an unrestored car that looks wonderful for
its age. The original black paint shows very well especially next to the
new white wall tires. The black interior is in great shape with comfortable
leather seats and plush carpet that shows very little wear. The car is very
well optioned with A/C, AM/FM radio, cruise control, hub caps, power
brakes, power steering, power locks, power seats, power windows, tilt
wheel, seat belts, leather interior, white walls, and radial tires. This
car has been well maintained with new rear suspension components, new
tires, recharged air conditioning system with modern R134A, and fresh
fluids. This comfortable car glides down the road and is ready for you to
take it on a road trip in comfort and style. You can view this car in our
St. Louis showroom or at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. Please call
618-271-3000 with any questions.
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1962 Lincoln Continental Tony Flemings Ultimate Garage reviews horsepower ripoff complaints video
Beautifully restored, drives magnificent, 430cid 4bbl V-8 @300hp, automatic
transmission, mirror finish Bermuda blue metallic paint, matching blue +
white leather 6-passenger interior, full power unlatching & folding white
convertible top, full factory gauges, factory cold air conditioning w/
climate control, dual power seats, power windows/locks, power
brakes/steering, stainless wheel covers w/ wide whites, beautiful driving
w/ understated elegance, ahead of its time!
1978 Lincoln Continental MK5
Here is one of the finest MK5's you'll see on the road today! This one is
a Bill Blass Edition that came with some very luxurious detailing! It's
powered by a 460ci V8 and a C6 3 speed automatic transmission. It's also
equipped with power steering, 4 wheel power disc brakes, A/C, hide-away
headlights, and sits on a set of turbine-styled cast aluminum wheels with
Firestone white wall tires! Aside from the Bill Blass indication on the
rear opera windows, the interior has Chamois leather upholstery, Cartier
instruments, power windows, power sunroof, power seats, an AM/FM 8 track
player (that works!), remote mirror, and over head lighting! Overall, the
interior of this '78 Lincoln is luxurious even by today's standards. The
Midnight Cordovan painted body is super straight, VERY shiny, and the
beautiful chrome accents it nicely! The MK5 runs exceptionally well and
shows very little wear for it's age! All in all, this thing is like driving
a leather couch with doors! You'd be hard pressed to find a nicer one!
Bustle Back Lincoln Continental 1982 Givenchy / Signature V8 Test Drive For Sale Video Review
Bustle Back Lincoln Continental 1982 Givenchy / Signature V8 Test Drive
For Sale Video Review http://www.1OwnerCarGuy.com This 1982 Lincoln
Continental is very nice and only has 1 Owner and 61K Original Miles on it.
This is a sweet car with the 5.0L V8 engine it it. It has plenty of power
but still does good on the gas mileage. This car fires right up and runs,
drives, and shifts great. The exterior is very nice. The paint looks great
and has a very nice shine to it. Looks like the car spent most of the time
in a garage. The body is straight as can be and not hardly a dent or ding
anywhere. The car has a lot of chrome and nice factory wire wheels. The
interior is just as nice as it gets. It is fully loaded with all the
options and everything on the car works. This is just a great car that is
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After a one-year absence, 1982 saw the Continental name reapplied to a
mid-size car based on the long-wheelbase version of the Ford Fox platform.
Intended to compete with the Cadillac Seville (priced in 1982 from
$23,433), the new Continental was priced from $21,302. Unlike the Seville,
which switched to a front-wheel drive chassis for 1980, the 1982
Continental remained rear-wheel drive. While the now-unrelated Mark VI was
produced in coupe and 4-door styles, the new Continental was strictly a
four-door sedan. For 1982, the Continental was offered in base, Signature
Series, and Givenchy Designer Series trim. Starting in 1983, the Signature
Series trim was dropped but base and Designer (Givenchy and/or Valentino)
trims continued through 1987. The 1982 Signature Series and Givenchy
Designer Series Continentals included many additional standard features and
added $3,100 to $3,500 to the price of the base model. Fully optioned
Signature and Givenchy models would top out at over $26,500 (approximately
$63,043 in today's dollars) and were among the most expensive Lincoln
sedans built to date. The standard powertrain for 1982 was shared with the
Town Car; a carbureted version of the Ford 302 cid V8 backed by the new
4-speed AOD automatic transmission. Fuel injection replaced the carburetor
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Diamond in the Rough: Restoring a Classic American Luxury Car ( Episode 1)
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) Ford built the 1978 Lincoln Continental Mark V
Diamond Jubilee Edition to celebrate the companies 75th year in the
automobile business. A grand total of just 5,159 cars were built. To help
celebrate the the 75th anniversary and to distinguish the car from other
Lincoln Mark V the Diamond Jubilee was available in only two colors,
Diamond Blue and Jubilee Gold. In this very special and very personal 1st
episode Roman Mica and his British Car mechanic friend Ted Ax set out to
restore and Roman's Dad's old and very neglected 1978 Continental Mark V
Diamond Jubilee edition. The first order of business is to get this
American Classic luxury car running. Will it start? You'll have to watch
this first episode to find out.