1978 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL MARK V BILL BLASS
1978 Lincoln Continental Mark V Bill Blass Edition
8,080 Original Miles!
One of the 2 most expensive American made vehicles for the 1978 model year. This mark performs, drives, handles and rides like a "One day old" car. Incomparable elegance, style and flair. Every conceivable option. Incredibly quiet and smooth. Last year for the fabled 460 engine. Glass is so clear it looks as though it's missing! Knockout color combination of midnight cordovan exterior and burgundy interior with ivory accents. Leather interior is so supple you'd swear it was installed yesterday. Factory mark V floor mats with still intact dealer supplied clear plastic for driver floor area. Original mint laminated window sticker, as well as laminated consumer information handout and pristine original owner's manual. The list of options as well as standard appointments is extensive. They are as follows: 1. 7.5 Liter 460 CID engine. 2. Automatic temperature control air conditioning. 3. Factory citizens band CB radio. 4. AM/FM stereo with Quadra sonic 8 track tape system. 5. Power windows. 6. Power door locks. 7. Left and Right remote control side view mirrors. 8. Tilt steering wheel. 9. Fingertip speed control. 10. Interval-select windshield wipers. 11. Tinted glass. 12.50/50 Split 6 way power driver and passenger seats. 13. Two tone leather interior. 14. Power lumbar driver seat. 15. Illuminated vanity mirrors. 16. Turbine cast aluminum wheels. 17. Defroster group. 18. Dual Beam Map/Dome light option.
19. Power trunk release. 20. Power antenna. 21. Color keyed body side molding protection package. 22. Factory "Valino" Grain padded landau roof. 23. Cornering lights. 24. Wide white sidewalls. 25. Fully Carpeted luggage compartment. 26. Cartier day/Date timepiece. 27. Power glass moon roof. 28. Illuminated entry system. 29. Headlamp convenience group.
30. Reclining passenger seat. 31. Power vent windows. 32. Broad rocker panel moldings. Without any doubt whatsoever all electrical options, accessories, components, features and systems perform exactly as they should without fail. They all work perfectly. Many sellers use the word "Perfect" way too loosely, as well as way too often. Regarding the Mark V before you please understand completely the word perfect is used most appropriately, as it should be when describing this Lincoln. Recently the car has been serviced with new belts, hoses, battery, plugs, wires, distributor cap and rotor. All fluids have been changed as well as retrofitting the a/c system to today's R-134-A. This 1978 Mark V will effortlessly rival a fully restored show car. The essential difference with this vehicle is, as they say "They're only original once."