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Streamlined 2004 Lincoln Town Car Stretch Listed at Competitive Price

Posted on December 30, 2013

This week’s LimoForSale.com Editor’s Pick of the Week is a 2004 Lincoln Town Car Stretch with 62,000 miles and $19,500 asking price. Located in Phoenix, Ariz., the vehicle has cloth interior wrap-around seating, a full wet bar, and paneling lined with color-changing LED lighting to create a subdued mood. It has custom wheels and dual alternator and battery that powers premium sound throughout the cabin.

A large mirror on the ceiling combines with a sizeable sun-roof to add a space-expanding effect to the vehicle, which can accommodate up to 10 passengers. Tinted windows and custom wheels round out the elegant appearance, and the powered AC and heater keep guests comfortable inside no matter the weather outside.

A great starter vehicle or for operators in need of an inexpensive stretch limousine at value.

Vehicle Details:

Make/Model                       Lincoln Town Car Stretch

Year                                      2004

Coach Builder                     Tiffany Coachworks

Price                                      $19,500

Miles                                     62,000

Customer Capacity             10

Location                               Phoenix, Ariz.

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

Related Topics: Limoforsale.com, Lincoln Town Car, stretch limousine, used vehicles, vehicle sales

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