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1996 Lincoln Town Car Stretch For Sale With Phantom Conversion Kit

Posted on October 25, 2013

This week's LimoForSale.com Editor's Pick of the Week is a 1996 Lincoln Town Car Stretch that has been retrofitted with an exterior conversion kit to transform the appearance to resemble a menacing Rolls Royce Phantom Stretch. The interior is decadent, with white leather wrap-around seating and mirrored cabinetry and bar chests to give it a reflective, crystal-like appearance.

The vehicle has 65,000 miles and has a new engine and transmission. It features a chrome grill plus new 20-inch chrome rims and new limo-weight tires. The interior also has a TV and CD/DVD player. The listing price is $25,995.

Vehicle Facts:

Year                                       1996

Make/Model                          Lincoln Town Car Stretch w/ Custom Conversion

Customer Capacity                 10

Miles                                      65,000

Price                                      $25,995

Location                               Oakbrook Terrace, Ill.

For more information about this listing go to www.limoforsale.com.  

Related Topics: custom stretches, Limoforsale.com, Lincoln Town Car, stretch limousine, vehicle conversions

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