Collector Series. This Gorgeous one family-owned car was delivered new in the dry climate western South Dakota town of Dead Wood and remained there until now. It was always garage kept and used sparingly, consequently close inspection reveals all original paint in factory code 9D Polar White that still shines like new, with the factory applied gold pinstriping preserved like new as well. The original Navy-Blue leather interior is nearly pristine, soft and supple defying its 42 years of age. Likewise, is all the sparkling chrome trim and original padded vinyl top and trunk lid adornment. The turbine finned alloy wheels are also unmarked, the odometer shows just 90,427 and reported to be actual with service records to verify that. This incredible example represents the end of an era as the last year that Lincoln built a Continental with the 120” wheelbase and the last of any manufacturer to do so. As current auction sale results document these rarely seen classics are appreciating in value and should continue to do so as the best cars will always lead the trend. If you desire to own one the finest of this rare final year of production collector edition this car will not disappoint you. One of the best on the planet regardless of mileage or asking price.