1976 Lincoln Mark Iv Low Reserve !!!! on 2040cars
Fort McCoy, Florida, United States
For Sale By:Private Seller
Number of Cylinders: 8
Model: Mark Series
Trim: Base 2 door coupe
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Drive Type: RWD
Options: Leather Seats, CD Player
Power Options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
Exterior Color: Black
Interior Color: Red
Condition: Used: A vehicle is considered used if it has been registered and issued a title. Used vehicles have had at least one previous owner. The condition of the exterior, interior and engine can vary depending on the vehicle's history. See the seller's listing for full details and description of any imperfections. ...
Beautiful Black 1976 Lincoln Continental Mark IV. Runs Perfect and Rides Like a Dream. Recent Paint no rust and Perfect Top. New Tires. 460 V8 with New Edelbrock Carburetor, New Alternator, All new belts and hoses, New Spark plugs and Wires. New Battery. ICE COLD A/C and Hot Heat. Automatic Climate Control works perfect. All power works, Windows, 6 Way Seats, Door Locks, Etc. Even the Cruise Control works perfect. Perfect Dash and Door Panels, Great Carpet. I bought this car from an estate sale. Showing 29330 miles but this will go up a little as I am using it for my daily driver right now, only 6 miles a day. Florida title says Exempt. I love this car and would totally feel confident to drive it anywhere and across country. Only selling because I need something that gets better gas mileage. I have the reserve set very low, I really want to sell this car. I will drive this car to your shipper or help you arrange for shipping within reason. This Lincoln Mark IV is being sold As is Where is. No Warranty is Expressed or Implied. All inspection are Welcome and Incouraged. Any question please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org I have the Clear Florida Title in Hand and in My Name. I reserve the right to end this Auction Early as this Lincoln Mark IV is advertised for sale locally. Thanks for looking at my car and good luck bidding. I truly is a great Classic America Luxury Car that you can drive anywhere.
Lincoln Mark Series for Sale
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Tue, 05 Nov 2013 13:32:00 EST
Ford's highly influential head of design, J Mays, has announced that he'll be retiring from his position after 33 years in the industry, 16 of which were at the Dearborn, MI-based company. Upon departure, he'll be succeeded as group vice president of design by Moray Callum. If that last name sounds familiar, yes, he's the brother of Jaguar's Ian Callum.
Tue, 16 Jul 2013 15:58:00 EST
It's difficult to explain just how big of a role Mays had on not just Ford's design over the years, but on the entire industry. Before heading to Dearborn, Mays worked for Audi, BMW and then Volkswagen, where he was involved in concept cars that paved the way for design icons like the first-generation Audi TT and the Volkswagen New Beetle. As for his Ford resume, it's extensive.
Mays joined the company in 1997 as design director for Ford, Lincoln, Mercury and Mazda, as well as the Premier Automotive Group (Volvo, Land Rover, Jaguar and Aston Martin). He was heavily involved in the Ford Fusion, Focus, Fiesta, Taurus, F-150 and Mustang, while also contributing to concept cars like the Atlas, Evos, 427, Forty-Nine, Shelby GR-1, Lincoln MKZ and the MKC.
A national law firm, Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro LLP, has filed a proposed class action lawsuit whose presupposition is that MyFord Touch is defective. Specifically, the complaint states that the system - as well as the MyLincoln Touch and MyMercury Touch clones - often freeze, fail to respond to voice or touch commands and have issues connecting to mobile phones.
Wed, 04 Dec 2013 10:00:00 EST
According to Hagens Berman managing partner Steve Berman, MyFord Touch is a theoretically "brilliant idea" that falls short in actual execution. Said Berman in a press release, "In reality, the system is fundamentally flawed, failing to reliably provide functionality, amounting to an inconvenience at best, and a serious safety issue at worst."
Other MFT issues enumerated within the 41-page filing include problems controlling the window defroster, rear-view camera and navigation system. The suit maintains that Ford is aware of the problem but has yet to submit a workable and acceptable solution to MFT customers. Scroll down if you'd like to read the full press release.
Judging by the success that many luxury automakers are currently experiencing in China, it's no surprise that Lincoln plans to take advantage of the situation by peddling its wares across the Pacific. Lincoln will open its first Chinese dealership next year, but potential buyers there won't be mucking through the same alphabet soup of car names found in American showrooms. USA Today reports that Ford's luxury car division could revert back to legacy names (like Continental and Zephyr) in China while keeping the MK_ names here in North America.
In speaking to Ford exec Jim Farley during the LA Auto Show, USA Today says that Lincoln could switch its naming structure as models are refreshed. Farley didn't confirm that the naming revamp would be a China-only decision, but article leaves little hope that American buyers will get to see the return of classic names anytime soon.
Why would Ford rehash old Lincoln names for China only? Buyers there seem to have a better historical associations with the nameplates than in the US. Chinese also still hold Lincoln in high regard, associating the marque with use by prominent government officials.