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We are pleased to offer this 1976 Lincoln Continental Mark IV Cartier Edition for consideration. This vehicle is a surviving original that's a great example of the 70's luxury rides. The whitewall tires, spare-tire hump, wood accented dash, retractable headlight covers, and Cartier clock complete this vehicle's immeasurable luxury in to one 4-wheel package.
For the 1976 model year, Lincoln introduced the designer series where special edition Mark IV's were equipped with color, trim, and interior choices by famous fashion designers. All carried the designer's signature on the opera windows, and had a 22 karat gold plated plaque on the instrument panel which could be engraved with the original owner's name. The four designer editions offered were the Bill Blass, Givenchy, Pucci, and the Cartier.
This is a well optioned Mark IV came with power locks, power windows, power tilt seat, AM/FM/Cassette, leather seats, 460v8 and more. The car comes with several shop manuals. It rides on 230-15 Michelin whitewall tires. The white exterior over saddle interior shows very well. This car runs and handles as it should and is a blast to drive.
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