From the seller:
“The most authoritatively styled, decisively individual motor car of its generation”.
The 1970 Lincoln Continental Mark III was the second year of Mark III production and sales were better than ever.
Little changed from the 1969 model; tinted glass became standard, as did automatic climate-controlled air conditioning and SureTrak anti-lock brakes. High-back seats became standard, and a rare special-order floor console was made available. Horsepower remained unchanged at 365, but the 460 cid V8 engine gained a more sophisticated thermostatic air cleaner assembly with its associated ductwork.
In its second annual King of the Hill contest, Motor Trend again gave the Continental Mark III the nod by a wider margin than 1969. M/T noted that the Mark III’s leather interior was far more luxurious and better detailed than the test Eldorado’s nylon cloth and the Continental’s real wood dash trim was far more attractive than the Cadillac’s simulated wood.
The car was safety certified in March 2017 and is mechanically and cosmetically sound and the vehicle drives like a Lincoln should – smooth and quiet. The car has 53,000 miles and is equipped with: Tilt Steering, Automatic Transmission, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Power Windows, Power Locks, Automatic Temperature Controlled Air Conditioning, Power Seat and the original AM radio. The interior is gold leather and is also totally original and is an 8/10 cosmetically. The exterior condition of the paint and chrome is also an 8/10.
Please note that the vinyl roof was removed two years ago due to age and the roof was painted to match the body. Vinyl roof molding and Lincoln emblems are in my possession, as well as a complete chocolate brown interior including headliner, dashboard, front and rear seats, side panels, etc.
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