Classic Car Facts
15,982 ORIGINAL MILES ... Dark Blue Metallic ... Silver Blue interior ... 460 CID V-8 ... Automatic ... Ice cold A/C ... Original paperwork ...
15,982 ORIGINAL MILES!
JUST 7,318 PRODUCED!
Lincoln styling of the 1970s is distinctive and unmistakable—the long, clean lines, the tasteful use of chrome, and the sheer size make these cars make them a presence on the road. And if you’re looking for rarity, this 1974 Lincoln Continental Coupe combines the best of both worlds—with just 7,318 coupes produced and only 15,982 original miles, this is the one you want!
Finished in Dark Blue Metallic, this Lincoln has a beautiful luster that is further accentuated by chrome and brightwork that is in excellent condition. The optional Dark Blue Cavalry Twill grain vinyl roof adds further distinction, and appears like new, as do its optional vinyl insert body side moldings. Its original appearance is also enhanced by its original Michelin white wall tires—an authentic touch that won’t go unnoticed at car shows.
The interior of this car is equally luxurious and impressive. Finished in coordinating Silver Blue Westminster knit cloth, it is both understated and elegant. Rich simulated rosewood trim and chrome-bezeled instrumentation house a rarity—a full complement of gauges—not warning lights—including amperage, fuel, oil pressure, and temperature. The seating areas, door panels, dash board, steering wheel, carpeting, headliner are all in excellent condition, as are the original factory floor mats. You’ll also appreciate this car’s abundance of standard and optional comfort and convenience items, including the following:
With the exception of the Cartier clock, all power options work as they should, including the ice cold air conditioning.
Under the hood, you will find a 460 CID V-8 engine mated to a three speed SelectShift automatic transmission. The car runs and drives as well as it looks, and benefits from a fresh fluid changes, a new Holley 4-barrel carburetor, new brake lines, and rebuilding of the power window gears. The original Motorcraft carburetor will also be included with sale, as will the original owner’s manual and related paperwork. Having just 15,982 original miles, this well maintained car will delight for years to come.
One item of note is that the finish and chrome exhibit minor imperfections that do not detract from the overall appearance of this car.
If an extremely rare mid-1970s Lincoln with ultra low mileage is what you desire, this 1974 Continental Coupe is for you!