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1977 Linclon Town Car Coupe on 2040-cars

US $7,500.00
Year:1977 Mileage:48000
Location:

Miamisburg, Ohio, United States

Miamisburg, Ohio, United States

THIS AUCTION IS FOR A WELL MAINTAINED 1977 LINCOLN TOWN COUPE. ALL ORIGINAL IN AND OUT WITH LEATHER INTERIOR ALSO:

 

        460 ENGINE

        WORKING AC BLOWS COLD

        FULL LEATHER

        NEARLY NEW TIRES NO WEATHER CRACKS

        WORKING 8 TRACK .......WITH SEVERAL    CASSETTES

         THIS CAR IS A GREAT CAR RUNS NEW VERY QUIET WITH NO KNOWN ISSUES.

 

I KNOW I HAVE MISSED SOMETHING PLEASE CALL 937 672 1919 DALE FOR MORE INFO


On Sep-02-14 at 18:25:39 PDT, seller added the following information:

The paint is as close to new as you can get with original painted on pinstripe. this lincoln has not even been waxed as you can see the shine is as good as it gets, allways garaged thanks

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