Lincoln Continental Mark V
Stored indoors for more than 30 years
460 cid V-8
3-speed automatic transmission
Introduced in 1977, the Continental Mark V represented the latest iteration of a proud lineage. With a more formal appearance that carried familiar styling cues of the past, it remained one of the most attractive personal luxury coupes of the era. Power was provided by a standard 400 cid V-8 or an optional 460 hp V-8, both mated to a 3-speed automatic transmission.
The Motorcar Offered This attractive example has been carefully stored indoors for more than 30 years and is a good running example of Lincoln’s upmarket coupe. Featuring good black paint and a nice interior, this is a solid driver quality vehicle. Benefitting from much recent service work, including a rebuilt carburetor, new fuel pump, new tires and new battery, this is a perfect example to get in and drive down the highway.