1983 Lincoln MARK VI
Early 80's square and rectangle design abounds on this car with its Rolls Royce-esque grille, hidden headlights, opera window C pillar, vinyl padded top, and rocker wide stainless steel trimming. You can be rolling in style with just the turn of a key. All metal is bathed in French Vanilla Metallic and the padded vinyl top is silver rattle can painted with some wear off areas. The long hood culminates with dual hidden headlights, (currently not hidden due to covers being in op), a large chrome bumper and some corner running lights/turn signals on either side of the corners of the front quarters. Some venting is just behind the front wheel well, gaps on the 4 doors are fair minded, and on the rear of the car is more vertical corner lights this time in red with some horizontal marker lighting next to the spare tire bump out on the trunk lid, (let's call that the original Continental bumper!). Wire spoked wheel covers are on all 4 corners and wrapped with thin white sidewall tires. On the rockers is a wide trimming that goes from the bottom of the car to just below the first bump out of the doors and panels. Some paint in the French Vanilla respray is cracking, and paint is definitely wearing thin on the rattle can silver painted vinyl. Also, a plastic trim highlighter on the rocker stainless is wavy and faded.