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2004 Lincoln Town Car Ultimate L Luxury Vehicle Limo Shuttle, Uber or Lyft Car.

2004  Lincoln Town Car Ultimate L Luxury Vehicle Limo Shuttle, Uber or Lyft Car.
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Sale Price: $7,995.00
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Product ID : 2322

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2004  Lincoln Town Car Ultimate L Luxury vehicle 100,500 miles.  Sticker MSRP was over $53,000.00 in 2004.

This would make a great Uber, Lyft or Chauffeur Driven Car. 

This car was drove by my 80 year old mother.  I bought it in 2-2012. Avg. miles driven per year is only around 7,750. 
I am getting a New Electric car for her to drive.

It Has Brand New Tires bought from Hibdon Tires on 6-30-16 and New rear shocks in 6-17.  The car is SOLD "AS IS".

This car is in VERY GOOD condition and runs great.  Gets great fuel mileage.

The Ultimate L models are stretched some six inches creating a massive rear seat area perfect for limo shuttles and future NBA all stars. Golfers flock to this car for its long and deep trunk

The Ultimate L has a 6" longer back seat area and controls in the back arm rest for the Temperature, Speed of the fan, Volume, Mode of the System and Next for CD or tracks.  It also has a remote control button to move the front passenger seat front and back.

The back seat was almost never used by the past owner and only a few times by my mother.  The grand kids while loading some very large stuffed animals catch the rear visors and they came down.  I do have them.  I may try to install them, but assume they will not be installed and this will be something that you will have to take care of if you want to re install them.  Do not ask me to install them.  SOLD "AS IS".  I took pictures of the front and back of the mirrors.  It also has all the owner's manuals and CD that has never been opened.

All four wheels look great.  The trunk area is outstanding.  I will add some pictures later today.

Must be picked up in OKC, OK.  Payment made with a cashier's check or cash.

Model: 2004 Lincoln Town Car

Curb weight: 4,467 lbs

Horsepower: 239 hp

MPG: 17 city / 25 highway

Engine: 4.6 L V8

Torque: 287 lb-ft

Wheel size: 17″ diameter, 7″ width

Dimensions: 215-221″ L x 78″ W x 59″ H

The below text was taken from the web as general information. 

In its heyday, the American automobile industry peppered dealer showrooms with big, heavy, V8-powered rear-wheel drive behemoths that were snapped up by wealthy American's like Girl Scout cookies left unguarded on the kitchen counter. With the rise of the Japanese brands, big American cars fell out of favor, as did their atrocious build quality, horrible driving characteristics and miserable fuel economy. But, one stalwart descendent of the 70s luxo-barges has survived and it remains a strong seller despite repeated attempts to kill it off. It's the Lincoln Town Car, the last of the big, soft riding land yachts and a uniquely American creation. What's more, as the Town Car is the last of its kind, it has amassed quite a loyal following comprised of everyone from wealthy retirees to limo and cab drivers.

Why You Want It

Looking for a car with a massive trunk, huge rear seat and enough hip room to allow three across seating? You can find that in a few of Ford's former offerings, namely the Crown Victoria and Grand Marquis. But, if you're looking for bit more status, a little prestige and a lot more luxury, there is only one choice: the 2003-2011 Lincoln Town Car. Its big V8 engine is as reliable as rain and it actually returns fairly descent fuel economy on the highway. The Town Car is a simple body-on-frame design with some parts as old has Henry Ford himself, so repairs are generally simple and inexpensive. The L models are stretched some six inches creating a massive rear seat area perfect for limo shuttles and future NBA all stars. Golfers flock to this car for its long and deep trunk, while those old enough to remember watching Richard Nixon's resignation speech simply adore the car for its old school ride and handling.

Notable Features & Options

While there have been a few changes to some trims over the 2003 through 2011 Lincoln Town Car's long run, most of the equipment remains fairly consistent. Trim levels vary over the years and include Signature, Executive, Cartier, Designer, Ultimate, and the stretched L. Town Car standards include power windows, mirrors and door locks, heated side mirrors, automatic temperature control, outside keypad unlocking system, premium audio, leather seating with twin power and heated front seats, power trunk lid open/close, cruise control and automatic headlamps. Available equipment includes a, power adjustable pedals, HID headlamps, memory for the driver's seat and mirrors. Standard safety features including anti-lock brakes, traction control, and front side airbags. However, there is no side airbag curtain to protect rear seat occupants and stability control was never offered on the 2003-2011 Lincoln Town Car. While we must say, though nicely equipped, the Town Car's overall design falls short of the namesake's long and elegant history. The interior materials look and feel somewhat cheap, and if not for the big Lincoln hood ornament, the front end might easily be mistaken for a Grand Marquis. The Town Car's door panels and dash plastics are hard and uninspiring, the plastic wood looks tacky, and the overall interior lacks the luxury detailing expected of a car costing nearly $53,000.00.

Model Milestones

2004: The Executive and Cartier trims are dropped in favor of the Signature and Ultimate trims.

2005-2011: Other than some minor styling and package changes, the Town Car remains unchanged.

Engines and Performance

The 2003-2011 Lincoln Town Car is powered by a 240-horsepower 4.6-liter V8 engine. Power is plentiful, but the Town Car's weight and lazy transmission somewhat hampers its performance, returning only moderately quick zero to 60 runs. Passing power is ample, however, yet the Lincoln Town Car performs best when sailing in a straight line. Curves have the soft suspension struggling to keep the Town Car level, and the over assisted power steering doesn't provide much feedback. The Town Car's soft suspension delivers a cloud like ride over smooth pavement, but on broken or uneven asphalt, the body-on-frame design and solid rear axle have the Town Car jittering and shuddering while the rear end hops about. Fuel economy figures for the Town Car are not horrible, earning and EPA estimated 16-mpg city and 24-mpg highway.

CASH ONLY.  SOLD AS IS.  Pick up in person.

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