For Sale or Trade All original survivor of the sporty luxury motorcar from Lincoln for 1974--the incomparable Mark IV. The Continental Mark IV is a personal luxury car that was sold and marketed by the Lincoln division of Ford Motor Company from the 1972 to 1976 model years. The third generation of the Mark series, the Mark IV grew in size over its Continental Mark III predecessor and its Cadillac Eldorado rival. Sharing a common chassis with the Ford Thunderbird, the Mark IV was given its own exterior design from the windows down, returning hidden headlights, a radiator-style grille, and a Continental spare tire trunklid. In what would later become a long-running tradition for the Lincoln model line, in 1976, the Mark IV introduced Designer Series as an option package, which consisted of specially coordinated exterior and interior trims developed between Lincoln and contemporary fashion designers.
1974 Lincoln Continental Mark IV - Just Arrived
|Paint||Dark Brown Metallc with Landau Top|
|Upholstery||Copper Plush Tufted|
|Floor||Brown Plush Carpet|
|Steering Wheel||Power Steering|
|Engine||460 cu in (7.5 L) Ford 385 V8|
|Exhaust||Needs Muffer and Muffler Pipe Exhaust|