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Default 1988 Lincoln Town Car Limousine - $5500 (Porter Ranch)

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1988 Lincoln Town Car Limousine - $5500 (Porter Ranch)

https://losangeles.craigslist.org/sf...874853806.html

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Offered for sale is a 1988 Lincoln Town Car Stretched Limousine.
This vehicle was actually made by The Ford Motor Company in 1987. It was delivered by the limousine manufacturer in 1988. The vehicle is titled by the DMV as 1988. With only 86,500 miles from new, it shows that it has never been ‘worked’ as a limousine. In excellent condition both inside and out with the traditional boomerang TV antennae. The engine runs faultlessly, as it should. Maintained in top working condition.

Used by many Movie Companies, Music Videos and Advertising Companies for the past 12 years bringing in a very good income. The car is currently represented by The Picture Car Warehouse but has also been represented by other companies. One is able to have multiple representations, the more the merrier and more income will ensue. Links are provided here to many of the Movies, Music Videos and Ads the car has been involved with. As the years go by, unlike other motor cars. This vehicle increases in value annually as other similar vehicles hit the scrapheap.
ClassicVintageLimousine.Com

The above named website domain name comes with. Enabling the new owner to be his own Picture Car agent. This is a website where Directors, Art Directors, Ad Producers, Artists and all are able to view all angles of the car both inside and outside of the car.

We are asking $5,500 or near offer, for the car and the operating Website.

If interested, please call to view the vehicle.
213-432-0386
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