LINCOLN Other 08/1979 for 29950 € FOR SALE

Information in German:
When you see Lincoln Versailles and think: Oh my God! It’s a bit like a Ford Granada or Mercury Monarch from the same era, that’s right. Lincoln Versailles was Lincoln’s first mid-size sedan and was based largely on the offerings of the aforementioned conglomerate. Lincoln Versailles had to compete with luxury offerings from Mercedes-Benz and BMW. This scenario did not turn out as hoped. Sales were disappointing and soon the curtain fell on Lincoln Versailles. This makes a Lincoln Versailles in good condition a rarity these days. It is virtually impossible to find a Lincoln Versailles that was originally delivered in the Netherlands. This example was also handed over to His Royal Highness Prince Bernard.

The car has been very well maintained over the years and is therefore still in very good condition. The paintwork looks clean and has only slight signs of wear here and there. The body is in good condition. The sheet metal is nice and fluffy all over and it fits neatly. The car stands on original rims with good sized tires.

The interior of the Lincoln is as beautifully finished as the color combination on the outside. The blue leather is in very good condition. The headline was recently renewed and is of course in new condition. The blue leather on the seats is in a beautiful original condition and is superbly supple. As befits an American car, the seats are very comfortable. The car is of course equipped to match a luxury American sedan, so you have access to cruise control, air conditioning, electric seats and electric windows.

The car is powered by a 4.9-liter Ford-Windsor V8 engine mated to a three-speed automatic transmission. The engine produces 135 horsepower and is specifically tuned to deliver massive torque at low revs. The technology has been very well maintained over the years. The engine develops its power at a speed of 3700 rpm, and therefore does not have to make an effort. It makes the car practically indestructible. The brakes are easy to dose and the chassis is of course tuned for a comfortable ride. The suspension is very soft, and when cornering, the car hangs comfortably from one ear in a way that modern American cars no longer do.

The car comes with some public documents including a letter stating that the car is actually owned by Prince Bernard. In short, a very rare original Lincoln Versailles was delivered in Holland.

Aaldering has been in the Netherlands since 1975 and is the market leader in Europe for classic cars. There are always 400 classic and sports cars in stock. Please visit our website for current stock and more information. All vehicles on display can be viewed in our showrooms. Our headquarters are located near the German border, 95 km from Düsseldorf and 90 km from Amsterdam, easily accessible by train, car, taxi and plane. Worldwide transportation and shipping can be provided, there are no import taxes or customs costs within Europe. Our primary activities are buying, selling and selling merchandise. (On behalf of the client) We provide all registration documents (H license plate, vehicle registration, evaluation report, etc.) to our clients in Germany and Benelux. You can also rent or finance with us! Our rental partner offers tailor-made solutions for private and commercial clients. Aldring Gallery, Arnhemsestraat 47, 6971 AP Brummen in the Netherlands. T. 0031-575-564055 QUALITY, EXPERIENCE AND TRANSPARENCY ARE OUR SPECIAL FEATURES! We look forward to your visit.

Aldering Gallery Since 1975 it is the market leader in Europe for classic cars. Up to 150 photos at 400 cool classic cars
Contact Mr. Nick Aldring Rutger Wolf + 31575564055
export services Worldwide transportation and shipping can be provided, there are no import taxes or customs costs within Europe. We provide all registration documents (H license plates, vehicle registration documents, assessments, etc.) to our customers in Germany and Benelux.
Site Brummen (NL) Our headquarters are located in an area not far from the German border, 95 km

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