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Used Lincoln Town Cars Still Carry Lots Of Clout

The old Lincoln Town Car: Never loses its allure or shape. Fall in love all over again!
The old Lincoln Town Car: Never loses its allure or shape. Fall in love all over again!
LANCASTER, Texas -- Limo operators really, really like the old Town Cars.

When we posted a used 2004 Lincoln Town Car as the pick of the week in February, the response was wilder than any previous one. It proves the limousine industry's long love affair with the large, luxury sedan is far from over, and it thrives in the used vehicle market.

So we know we're on safe, popular ground this week with our pick: A 2009 Lincoln Town Car L sedan with 182,000 miles for $7,500, now offered on Limoforsale.com. That's still a good deal when you consider operators can run those rugged, durable, stalwarts upwards of 250,000 miles.

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When we posted the last used Lincoln Town Car on LCT Facebook, it proved virile in going viral, reaching 1,990 people, with 28 likes, 3 shares and 9 comments -- among the highest metrics for any Limoforsale.com vehicle pick of the week we've ever posted.

Look! They really love the old Town Cars.
Look! They really love the old Town Cars.
The seller of this week's featured used Lincoln Town Car includes a sales pitch that would make any fleet owner or manager swoon and tingle: ". . . excellent mechanical condition, fleet maintained, very tight steering. Body is a 9 out of 10 and mechanically a 10 out of 10. . . Maybe you want to add on to your fleet. Well this Signature L Lincoln Town Car is the extended version of the Lincoln Town Car from the factory, which means the rear seat has about 6 extra inches of leg room, AND the rear passenger has controls to control the radio, volume and stations as well as the controls to move the passenger seat up or back to create even more leg room. The car drives as smooth and has a new seat of tires as well with about 80% tread."

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