The 1985 Lincoln Town Car reminds you of a time when someone who made it big in the family stepped up to this level of rolling opulence. It was the car that made any trip special, and now is your opportunity at a highly-original loaded V8 cruiser that's pure premium nostalgia.
The Cartier Edition is special because it has an exclusive Crystal Clearcoat Metallic finish that's timelessly stylish. This shows all signs of being the original application, including the classic half-vinyl .....
roof and correct bold red pinstripes. And like a proper Cartier, there's plenty of wealthy jewelry on display, too. So all the trim is complete, including the bumpers, mirror-like rocker trim, and bright work that surrounds every piece of glass. The overall feeling of this car is about retaining originality while giving you a true cruiser feeling. In fact, while it's unknown if the five-digit odometer reflects the full mileage, this likely at least rolled over once. So the impression is stylish but more survivor than perfect. So while the upgraded US Mags 17-inch alloys have the bright polish to be a terrific attention grabber, the stock wheels also come with the sale.
While the exterior easily lives up to the premium Lincoln name, it's the interior where the reputation is really earned. Full-sized luxury means you can choose to seat six or fold down the armrests in both rows to give four people individual comfort. The gray leather with velvet-like inserts has a supple feel. And everything looks correct, right down to the Cartier logo on the dash's wood-like trim. There's a long list of desirable features, including power seats, power locks, power windows, a tilt steering column, an electric rear defogger, the premium AM/FM/cassette stereo, and cold-blowing air conditioning. And we love the optional digital gauge cluster that's pure retro-cool, and it even adds a trip computer.
This is a premium Ford product from the 1980s, and so you know there's a 5.0-liter V8 under the hood. But while the fuel-injected motor was earning a street-eating reputation in the Mustang, this is quite a different setup. It utilizes its powerful and torque-filled heart in a more refined way. So no rumbling burnouts here, but you do get to be the first to pull away for the stoplight any time you want. In fact, it has an eager and smooth nature that reaffirms a quality life and proper maintenance. Plus, it has power steering, power brakes, front discs, and a four-speed automatic transmission with highway-friendly overdrive. So it's the kind of classic luxury that can still easily take you in comfort on long road trips.
Complete with maintenance records, this one feels like the Town Car from your memories. So when it's time to reminisce, don't grab a photo album...reach for this Lincoln instead. Call today!!!