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  • FS: For Sale - 1998 Lincoln Continental - 148k

    Selling our 1998 Lincoln Continental - asking $2500. Just put about $2000 worth of work into it with new Michelin Defender tires, passenger side ball joint/inner tie rod, alignment, transmission filter and fuel filter change and a serpentine belt. I would give the exterior and interior around a 9/10.

    Minor upgrades such as backup sensors, bluetooth audio/handsfree, and tinted windows. This Continental came from the factory with the integrated cell phone w/SOS and the run flat tires.

    Full ad is available here: https://kansascity.craigslist.org/ct...397174258.html
    "I'd rather push a Ford than drive anything else."
    Current Cars: - 2013 Ford Taurus - 2009 Lincoln Navigator - 1988 Ford F150
    Previous Cars: 2003 Mazda 6 (160K) - 2002 Mercury Mountaineer (94k) - 1990 Mercury Cougar (168k)- 1977 Lincoln Town Car (141k) - 1996 Lincoln Mark VIII (116K) - 1997 Lincoln Continental (203k) - 2008 Taurus X (110k) 1997 Lincoln Town Car (155k) - 1996 Mercury Cougar (262k)

  • #2
    That's a beautiful Continental.

    This one was supposed to be for one of the kids, right? Did you find a different ride?
    Mike Martin

    1997 Mark VIII LSC 5.0
    2001 Dodge Dakota

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    • #3
      Correct. The intent was to sell it to him for half of what we had into it. However, he is no longer living with us and doesn't have a job. So I'm not going to let it sit around and rot. :-/
      "I'd rather push a Ford than drive anything else."
      Current Cars: - 2013 Ford Taurus - 2009 Lincoln Navigator - 1988 Ford F150
      Previous Cars: 2003 Mazda 6 (160K) - 2002 Mercury Mountaineer (94k) - 1990 Mercury Cougar (168k)- 1977 Lincoln Town Car (141k) - 1996 Lincoln Mark VIII (116K) - 1997 Lincoln Continental (203k) - 2008 Taurus X (110k) 1997 Lincoln Town Car (155k) - 1996 Mercury Cougar (262k)

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      • #4
        Makes sense. I Hope the kiddo is doin' ok, and I hope this car finds a buyer. A young driver couldn't ask for a much classier ride than this.
        Mike Martin

        1997 Mark VIII LSC 5.0
        2001 Dodge Dakota

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