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CARFAX One-Owner. 17/26 City/Highway MPG Priced below KBB Fair Purchase Price! *****Why buy from Car Vision?**** (1) We are a "No-Hassle No-Haggle" dealership! We pre-discount our cars, so you do not need to worrying if you got the best price! (2) Our salespeople are non-commissioned, and won't be pushy about a purchase. (3) We remove the fear of purchasing a pre-owned vehicle wi...
2018 Lincoln Continental Magnetic Gray Metallic Select FWD 6-Speed Automatic 3.7L V6 Ti-VCT 24V Clean Carfax Vehicle History, GPS Navigation w/ Backup Camera, Rear view Camera, Panaramic Roof, Bluetooth Hands-Free, USB / AUX Input to play music, Leather Seats, Heated Front Seats, 19 Premium Wheels, Premium Sound System, Remote Starter, Non Smoker, Local Trade, Not a Prior Rental, Continental Se...
Recent Arrival! 17/25 City/Highway MPGDiver shoppers come from all over the region, not just Delaware. We have dedicated, long-time customers from all over the Delaware Valley and well beyond. We recently celebrated our 100th anniversary. Please check out our fantastic reviews on websites such as Google, DealerRater.com, Cars.com and CarGuru just to name a few. As you can, see we price our vehi...
1976 Lincoln Continental MK IV, only 13,000 miles, all original including the tires, totally rust free, beautiful White paint, perfect White vinyl roof, immaculate White leather interior, brilliant chrome and trim, smooth and powerful 460 cu in V8, automatic transmission, loaded with options including climate control A/C, split power seat, AM/FM radio, tilt steering wheel and much more, fully s...
1994 Lincoln Continental Americas love affair with their automobiles has been going on ever since someone strapped an engine on to a horseless carriage. Like a new key component to their lives, Americans treasure that key to freedom and the open road. Of course, nowadays, cars come in all shapes and sizes, costs, and designs, making the choice to what fits each individual mind boggling. Whateve...
1976 Lincoln Continental Your first impression when you approach this 1976 Lincoln Continental is that it's simply mammoth. On a 120-inch wheelbase, it rivals the biggest cars of the '50s, and today anything with 120 inches between the wheels is a full-sized dually pickup. In fact, this car is more than 11 inches longer than a new Lincoln Navigator! But it isn't merely big for the sake of being...
1976 Lincoln Continental Your first impression when you approach this 1976 Lincoln Continental is that it's simply mammoth. On a 120-inch wheelbase, it rivals the biggest cars of the '50s, and today anything with 120 inches between the wheels is a full-sized dually pickup. In fact, this car is more than 11 inches longer than a new Lincoln Navigator! But it isn't merely big for the sake of being...
1978 Lincoln Continental Town Coupe Your first impression when you approach this 1978 Lincoln Town Coupe' is that it's simply enormous. At 233" long, it rivals the biggest cars of the '50s, and today anything with 127" between the wheels is a full-sized dually pickup. In fact, this car is more than 14 inches longer than a new Lincoln Navigator! But it isn't merely big for the sake of being big,...
1978 Lincoln Continental Town Coupe Your first impression when you approach this 1978 Lincoln Town Coupe' is that it's simply enormous. At 233"" long, it rivals the biggest cars of the '50s, and today anything with 127"" between the wheels is a full-sized dually pickup. In fact, this car is more than 14 inches longer than a new Lincoln Navigator! But it isn't merely big for the sake of being bi...
1976 Lincoln Continental MK IV, only 13,000 miles, all original including the tires, totally rust free, beautiful White paint, perfect White vinyl roof, immaculate White leather interior, brilliant chrome and trim, smooth and powerful 460 cu in V8, automatic transmission, loaded with options including climate control A/C, split power seat, AM/FM radio, tilt steering wheel and much more, fully s...
CARFAX One-Owner. 17/26 City/Highway MPGPriced below KBB Fair Purchase Price!*****Why buy from Car Vision?**** (1) We are a No-Hassle No-Haggle dealership! We pre-discount our cars, so you do not need to worrying if you got the best price! (2) Our salespeople are non-commissioned, and won't be pushy about a purchase. (3) We remove the fear of purchasing a pre-owned vehicle with our Comprehensiv...
1978 Lincoln Continental Mark V Your first impression when you approach this 1978 Lincoln Town Coupe is that it's simply mammoth. On a 127-inch wheelbase, it rivals the biggest cars of the '50s, and today anything with 127 inches between the wheels is a full-sized dually pickup. In fact, this car is more than 18 inches longer than a new Lincoln Navigator! But it isn't merely big for the sake of...
1978 Lincoln Continental Mark V Your first impression when you approach this 1978 Lincoln Town Coupe is that it's simply mammoth. On a 127-inch wheelbase, it rivals the biggest cars of the '50s, and today anything with 127 inches between the wheels is a full-sized dually pickup. In fact, this car is more than 18 inches longer than a new Lincoln Navigator! But it isn't merely big for the sake of...
1948 Lincoln Continental Based on the custom Lincoln built for Edsel Ford in 1938, the Lincoln Continental was introduced in 1939 and established a new standard for Ford's luxury brand. Although production ceased immediately after the attack on Pearl Harbor, the first-generation Continental returned in 1946 and remained until 1948. Since then it has been is recognized as a true classic which ha...
1948 Lincoln Continental Based on the custom Lincoln built for Edsel Ford in 1938, the Lincoln Continental was introduced in 1939 and established a new standard for Ford's luxury brand. Although production ceased immediately after the attack on Pearl Harbor, the first-generation Continental returned in 1946 and remained until 1948. Since then it has been is recognized as a true classic which ha...
1994 Lincoln Continental Americas love affair with their automobiles has been going on ever since someone strapped an engine on to a horseless carriage. Like a new key component to their lives, Americans treasure that key to freedom and the open road. Of course, nowadays, cars come in all shapes and sizes, costs, and designs, making the choice to what fits each individual mind boggling. Whateve...
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1960 Lincoln Mark V Convertible Cat-eye glasses are one style that has stood the test of time. Nearly a century old, the cat-eye has managed to create its own distinct look each decade. Cat-eye glasses were first created in the 1930s. The frame later became a huge trend for sunglasses in the 1960's when Audrey Hepburn famously wore them in the film Breakfast at Tiffany's. Since then, we've seen...
1955 Imperial Newport The Chrysler Imperial, introduced in 1926, was Chrysler's top-of-the-line vehicle for much of its history. Models were produced with the Chrysler name until 1954, and again from 1990 to 1993. The company positioned the cars as a prestige marque to rival Cadillac, Continental, Lincoln, Duesenberg, Pierce Arrow, Cord, and Packard. The adjective 'Imperial' according to Webste...
1983 Lincoln Mark VI Sedan President, Chief, BMOC, Charles in Charge, CEO, Big Hat and many others of importance as these terms refer to "supposedly" important people of important positions and social status. And true to form these important people should drive a car befitting to their social status. We'll have we got the classic car of importance for important people. More importantly, it's in...
1962 Cadillac DeVille Park Avenue The 1961-63 Lincoln Continental is commonly viewed as the first downsized American luxury car. However, during this same time period Cadillac also offered a more compact variant that has received little attention. In a way that's understandable. Cadillac took a much less ambitious approach than Lincoln. Whereas the Continental was given a brand-new platform, Ca...
1988 Lincoln Town Car The Lincoln Town Car is a model line of full size luxury sedans that was marketed by the Lincoln division of the Ford Motor Company. Deriving its name from a limousine body style, the Town Car was available from 1981 to 2011 with the nameplate previously serving as the flagship trim of the Lincoln Continental. Produced across three generations for 30 model years, the Town ...
1988 Lincoln Town Car The Lincoln Town Car is a model line of full size luxury sedans that was marketed by the Lincoln division of the Ford Motor Company. Deriving its name from a limousine body style, the Town Car was available from 1981 to 2011 with the nameplate previously serving as the flagship trim of the Lincoln Continental. Produced across three generations for 30 model years, the Town ...
1989 Lincoln Mark VII Bill Blass Edition It's the big premier. You're on the red carpet, cameras are flashing, and the big question is who are you wearing? Versace? Gucci? Cartier? Givenchy? Valentino? - all are relevant world-renowned designer labels that consumers shell out their high-limit credit cards for, and all were at one time or another, special "Designer Series" editions of the Lincol...
1983 Lincoln Mark VI Sedan The Lincoln Continental Mark Series debuted in the 1956 model year and ran until 1998, with a hiatus for most of the 1960s. The Mark V was absolutely enormous, weighing well over two tons, but certain geopolitical events conspired to jack up fuel prices to the point at which a somewhat smaller Continental Mark made sense. Enter for consignment the 1983 Continental Mar...
1955 Imperial Newport The Chrysler Imperial, introduced in 1926, was Chrysler's top-of-the-line vehicle for much of its history. Models were produced with the Chrysler name until 1954, and again from 1990 to 1993. The company positioned the cars as a prestige marque to rival Cadillac, Continental, Lincoln, Duesenberg, Pierce Arrow, Cord, and Packard. The adjective 'Imperial' according to Webste...
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