Lincoln Town Coupe

Town Coupe Being bigger than the Mark IV, it was the top-shelf 2-door of the Continental series. The first model year of the Town Coupe was 1973. The standard and only engine was a 460 CID 4bbl V8. This was the case through 1977. Meanwhile, a mild facelift happened for 1975. The most noticeable change […]
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Lincoln Mark V

    Mark V The Mark V was around for three models years, from 1977-1979. This new Mark, while still rolling on the same 120-inch wheelbase as its predecessor, weighed less due to a refined body style and lighter sheet metal. Much more squared up than the Mk. 4, the faux continental kit trunklid was […]
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Lincoln Mark IV

Lincoln Mark IV The Mark IV was in its second model year for 1973. The only engine offered was the 460 big block. The Mark IV was also Ford Motor Company’s first vehicle with a base price of over $10,000. In typical 70s fashion, many special editions were offered. These were the Bill Blass Edition, […]
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Ford Thunderbird

Ford Thunderbird     Thunderbird In the 1970’s, the Thunderbird put even more distance between itself and it’s early sport-coupe image. The emphasis was now on appearance and luxury, two things the ’72-’76 Thunderbird offered in abundance. Cushy overstuffed seats, thick carpets, leather upholstery, and a long list of options greeted Thunderbird shoppers. In fact, […]
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