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For Sale: 1972 Lincoln Mark IV - "Selling for my 76 year old Father" - Pastel Lime - Wichita, KS - Not Mine - 1/9 Deleted

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For sale on Craigslist: 1972 Lincoln Mark IV 2-door Hardtop in Wichita, KS  -  $8,500  -  Call or text: 316 204 60 three zero


Link: https://wichita.craigslist.org/cto/d/wichita-1972-lincoln-mark-iv-solid-and/7390737137.html


Seller's Description:

1972 Lincoln Mark IV 2-door Hardtop

  • condition: good
  • odometer: 35000
  • cylinders: 8 cylinders
  • transmission: automatic
  • paint color: green
  • title status: clean

1972 Lincoln- 35,000 Original Miles Big 460 Engine  -  Auto Transmission  -  NO RUST other than a few paint chips  -  Sunday Driver

  • This Car Is Solid and Straight- Interior Good- Vinyl Good- Stored Inside Most Of Its Life and It Shows
  • Color Is A Shade Of Green and White Interior
  • Tires Less Than 1500 Miles- Newer Plugs- Etc- AC/Heat is/was working Cruise Works
  • Check it out in person and drive it home $8500 Cash- PARTIAL trades may be considered on flatbed trailer,gold,silver,camper,guns
  • No projects and most likely no other vehicles.

Selling for my 76 year old father- Been sitting for 6 months in my shop and he said sell!



















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On 10/8/2021 at 1:27 AM, GregLaR said:

Hands down the finest year of the Mark series. 

Love that white leather interior but not crazy about the paint color.


White leather has a good benefit for today's buyers:

Showing creases and cracks, it helps to define the

car's mileage and degree of use.  I have a low-mileage

1975 Lincoln Town Coupe whose white leather seats

already show creases.


In this instance, Greg, my thoughts are the opposite!

I think the paint color makes the car interesting,

but I like the styling of the Mark III and Mark V, whose

lines flow continuously, much more than the Mark IV's.

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