11-01-10, 01:05 AM
Wow, this is a trip back to 1973!!!
Pretty much perfect MK IV, with so many detailed pictures.
This guy knows how to present an Ebay Ad, even adding a very thorough
Definitely worth a look ... if Chad wins a lottery, this would be a nice addition
to his fleet!
11-01-10, 01:11 AM
I saw that today. Gorgeous, aside from the non OEM wheels, which would be getting swapped out for the OEM hubcaps ASAP.
11-01-10, 01:13 AM
Stunning car, but those tacky aftermarket wheels belong on a pimp wagon. Get a proper set of OEM wheel covers on this car, stat!
11-01-10, 01:21 AM
The damn fool has too many duplicate pictures......
11-01-10, 01:44 AM
I actually like the wire basket wheels.
Interesting, the original owner financed about half the purchase at 11%, or $172 per month over 3 years.
So, this guy is asking about $20k.
Anyone think this is the ad when he bought the car a couple of years ago, for only $9k??
If so, pretty insane markup in a short time period.
11-01-10, 03:24 AM
Those are such non-descript tail lamps for an otherwise beautiful classic car.
Not one photo of the rear in that auction. Weird.
11-02-10, 12:05 AM
You know... I have a 73 Mark IV in my mom's yard. Body's pretty rough, but the drivetrain is ok. I could maybe be convinced to part with it. :)
11-02-10, 12:47 AM
Nobody opted for the Lincoln turbine wheels? Sad.....
02-13-11, 01:41 PM
this one looks good.
If I had to chose between a Mark III, a Mark IV, or a Mark V Continental .... given that they were all poor handling barges, I definitely choose the Mark III, if for no other reason the much higher quality of materials and assembly and the exclusivity of this model.
02-14-11, 09:20 AM
absolutely gorgeous and a worthy competitor to the eldorado of the day. Other than the non-stock wheels it looks like it just rolled out of the showroom. just beautiful!