1999 Lincoln Continental V8 LEATHER (stk# 29506SA ) for sale Trend Motors Used Center Rockaway, NJ
Ride in STYLE and COMFORT!! This 1999 Lincoln Continental is powered by a
4.6L 275-horsepower V8 and paired to
a 4-speed AUTOMATIC transmission, the equivalent of a La-Z-Boy couch with
an engine and four wheels. With just 130K on the clock, this pre-millenium
edition is ready for years of enjoyment from its next owner. Other features
of this Medium Charcoal Green LUXURY sedan include a plush parchment
leather interior, automatic climate control, HEATED seats, 16" alloy
wheels, chrome fender trim, POWER front seats, wood trimmed interior, and a
leather-wrapped multifunction steering wheel.
ALL cars come with the balance of the factory warranty or a standard
limited warranty...ask for details!!
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Come visit us in beautiful Rockaway, NJ to see our ever-changing inventory
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around the corner from Morristown. Call today to schedule a one-on-one
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1963 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL ON AIR, "A PERFECT EXAMPLE" 1 OWNER
A BRIEF VIDEO DEPICTION OF WHAT A REAL LINCOLN SHOULD LOOK LIKE, I LOVE MY
LINCOLN AND THIS IS A TRUE GEM, 1 OWNER CA. OWNED, SOLD AT DAVID J BRICKER
LINCOLN IN HOLLYWOOD CA. I HAVE THE ORIGINAL PLATE FRAMES, REGISTRATION AND
RECORDS FROM DAY 1! THANKS FOR LOOKING!
restored by: MG MOTORING!
My 2002 Lincoln Continental Cold Start, Rev, Exhaust, In Depth Tour, & Test Drive - 130k
2002 Lincoln Continental Start Up & Rev, Exhaust, In Depth Tour & Test Drive
Not bad for a 1 Owner FL car for $2950 huh???
Bird almost flew into me at 6:07
This car has an Intech 4.6L 32 Valve DOHC V8 producing 275 HP & 275 lbs Ft.
Torque while paired to a 4 Speed Auto.
Now, because this is a FWD car, Ford purposely detuned the engine so it
wouldn't easily murder the transmission which it still can As/Is. At full
potential, it kicks around 320+ HP & 400 HP+ with some mods.
I ditched the Taurus Wagon & got this for just a little more. For some
reason, I get much better gas mileage in this.
Ford Thunderbird Town Landau Sports Coupe Lincoln Continental Mark VI 2 Owner
Thunderbird Town Landau T-Bird Sport Coupe Nathan Wratislaw AKA 1 Owner Car
Guy And thats right Ford Called this car a sports Coupe. These are Very
nice cars and this Tbird is a Beautiful car and in Great shape. The Town
Landau is a Rare thing to see in this 2 Year run in the Fox Platform. I was
Really Surprised at how well the 4.2 Litre V8 Does I gues Maybe cause its a
light car but the car moves. I would say there is Alot more Power than
there is in a 87 or so Fleetwood I do ALOT of Unique Muscle, Classic & Euro
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Reflecting a further industry-wide adoption of smaller vehicle designs in
the interest of improved fuel efficiency and emissions compliance, the
Thunderbird was redesigned for 1980 on the compact Ford Fox platform, which
first appeared only two years prior as the basis for the Ford Fairmont.
Compared to the previous Torino-based Thunderbird and its large 114 inches
(2,896 mm) wheelbase and 215.5 inches (5,474 mm) overall length, the new
Thunderbird lost 5.6 inches (142 mm) of wheelbase and 14.6 inches (371 mm)
in overall length. The squarish styling seen in the previous generation
Thunderbird was favored for the new model, but the small car platform
resulted in a poor translation with a distinctly upright appearance.
Frameless door glass was no longer used; a chrome metal frame was used,
making this car more like a two-door sedan. Combined with the poor
performing 4.2 L (255 cu in) Windsor V8 as a base engine, this Thunderbird
generation was not well received by the public. The available 4.9 L (302 cu
in) Windsor V8 was a welcome alternative to the 255, but with only 131 horsepower (98 kW)
performance was only modestly enhanced. Significantly, though failing to
generate any new interest for the Thunderbird, a six-cylinder engine was
made available for the first time in the Thunderbird's history in 1981, the
200 cu in (3.3 L) Thriftpower Six. For 1982 this was followed up with the
replacement of the straight-six with a V6, the 3.8 L Essex, which was also
now the Thunderbird's standard engine. Hurting the Thunderbird's sales
performance further, the 302 V8 did not return for 1982, leaving the 255 as
the only alternative engine. At 288,638 examples produced between 1980 and
1982, the eighth generation Thunderbird was barely more successful than the
final model year of the previous Thunderbird generation. In order to
revive the Thunderbird's success, a redesign was needed and Ford would
deliver one for 1983.
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