1990 Lincoln Towncar Stretch Limousine

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1990 was a special year for the Lincoln Town car with a complete redesign. Ford outdid themselves and received Motor Trend’s “Car of the Year” award. The car was developed in just 41 months, the shortest time period of any modern Ford product. Improvements included overall softer shaping, flush-fit glass, low-drag external mirrors, concealed drip rails, and vastly improved door and window seals. The car was made taller, and wider, and included “air spring suspension”.

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1990 was a special year for the Lincoln Town car with a complete redesign. Ford outdid themselves and received Motor Trend’s “Car of the Year” award. The car was developed in just 41 months, the shortest time period of any modern Ford product. Improvements included overall softer shaping, flush-fit glass, low-drag external mirrors, concealed drip rails, and vastly improved door and window seals. The car was made taller, and wider, and included “air spring suspension”.

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What we love about this car:

A true elegant stretch limousine, with a gorgeous red leather interior. Corporate Coachworks really knew how to build a stretch with class and elegance. The 20-inch custom wheels and high-performance tires set this car off perfect.
  • This car seats up to nine passengers in absolute luxury.
  • RTT amenities, including a digital wet bar, knock it out of the park!
  • This is a car that gets you there in style with a stately presence.

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