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*Note: This vehicle is located in the USA
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$10,595(USD)
Odometer
25,788 kms
Body
Transmission
Auto
Engine
Fuel
Colour
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Key Features and Details

Odometer
25,788 kms
Colour
Body type
Coupe
Safety
Green
Engine
Performance
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Stock #
STL7578
Reg#
VIN
1MRBP95F7BY639631
Fuel economy
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Transmission
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Comments
For sale at Gateway Classic Cars in our St. Louis showroom is a low mile 1981 Lincoln MKVI. This Bill Blass Edition Lincoln has covered an original 25,788 miles and is on its second owner. This is the little old lady car to church on Sundays. The condition of this low mileage gem is near new and drives like it too. It?s obvious that this one has been garaged and stored in the winter away from any winter roads. Equipment is plentiful as it should for a Lincoln. Power seats, Power windows with power smokers vent window, Power locks, Cruise control, Tilt steering wheel and leather. Power comes from an exceptionally smooth 302 V8 and shifts through an automatic transmission. The Designer Series such as the Bill Blass Edition demanded a premium and was one of the most expensive cars built in America. The Bill Blass Edition was accompanied by three more Designer Series; The Cartier Designer Series, The Givenchy Designer Series and the Pucci Designer Series. They all came with their own color scheme and sold well. This new series began in 1980 and came to an end in 1983. The smaller Lincoln equipped with the fuel injected 302, was Lincoln?s answer to the gas crisis. A light weight with a smaller appetite was just what the doctor ordered. The outgoing heavy MK V was far heavier and equipped with a 460 or a 351 V8 making for a gas tank that you couldn?t keep full. This was a short run when compared to other Lincolns, making for fewer collectible examples on today?s market. This may be the best one available. Don?t miss out! For more information, call our St. Louis showroom at 618-271-3000 or swing by for a closer look. To view HD photos and video, visit www.gatewayclassiccars.com

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General Info
Year
Make
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Model
CONTINENTAL
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Description
Mark VI
Country of Origin
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Advertised Price
$10,595 EGC
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Transmission
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