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2013 Lincoln MKT 120” Stretch For Sale With Low Mileage

LCT Staff
Posted on September 2, 2014

This week’s LimoForSale.com Editor’s Pick of the Week is a 2013 Stretch MKT, for sale by the owner, Classique Limousines in Orange, Calif. The vehicle has tinted windows, full wet bar, fiber optic lighting, premium sound, touch screen controlled entertainment system, mood lighting, and leather seats. The limo has been well preserved, and has only 51,591 miles.

The listing price for this MKT is $73,995. The MKT is the premiere livery vehicle in the industry, and the MKT stretch is one of the most sought-after limousines to have in a fleet. The process of stretching an MKT is done with the utmost care, and a lot of design goes in to the safety performance of the finished vehicle.

Lincoln has a certification program, the QVM program, which stands for Qualified Vehicle Modifiers program, and it requires that all coach builders who stretch and customize Lincoln vehicles, do so in accordance with Lincoln’s speciation in regards to safety, body length, and weight distribution.

This MKT stretch from LimoForSale would be such a vehicle, and built by a qualified coach builder that is QVM certified.

Vehicle Details:

Make Model:                                       MKT 120” Stretch Limo

Coach Builder:                                   Tiffany Coachworks

Mileage:                                              51,591

Price:                                                   $73,995

Customer Capacity:                           10

Location:                                              Orange, Calif.

For more information about this vehicle go to www.LimoForSale.com.

Related Topics: Limoforsale.com, Lincoln MKT, new vehicles, stretch limousine

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