What Would A 2008 Town Car Stretch Cost Now?

Martin Romjue
Posted on January 30, 2017

FONTANA, Calif. --- Remember the classic Town Car limousine days, when a sedan stretch was simple, elegant, and straightforward? That was only nine years ago, but already seems like a long-ago nostalgic classic era.

The signature flagship corporate limousine of the 00s decade — the 72-in., six passenger, Lincoln Town Car sedan stretch — is now available on for $9,995 at 267,000 miles. The used former Krystal Koach-built stretch is being sold by Jack's Wholesale Division (JWD) Limo Sales in Fontana.


Despite its age and miles, this "super clean" stretch is in excellent condition, earning a 9 out of 10 rating for exterior, interior, and mechanical quality. The former Lincoln Town Cars still command interest and attention in the secondary market, even at 267,000 miles, which is by no means elderly status for a classic Lincoln Town Car sedan.

It has all the eternal amenities that are staples of traditional limousine service: Custom chrome wheels, dual alternator, dual battery, power divider, power mirrors, power seats, rear moonroof, etc. 

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Comments ( 1 )
  • Matthew Robbins

     | about 4 years ago

    I have seen a steady decline in requests for my Lincoln town car limos, will this affect the re-sale value of my cars? I'm in a steadily growing market in Salt lake City. What are other areas of the country seeing?

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