I have owned my Lincoln Mark IV for 15 years. It’s all original, except I replaced the vinyl roof and upgraded the ignition system and carburetor to make it more reliable and perform better. I also replaced the tires last year.
The interior is red cloth and is completely original, including the carpet, and looks like new. Everything still works as it should, including the A/C climate control, the cruise control, and clock. The car rides and runs awesome and draws attention everywhere.
The car came from San Diego, CA. I acquired it with 101,000 miles on it from a relative of the original owner. Clearly this car spent a pampered life in Southern California, and it shows everywhere you look, even under the hood.
An absolutely beautiful car!
A true time capsule!
I have a Lincoln 1972 mark 4
Hello. My name is Jean-Marc van Tol, I’m Dutch. A friend of mine owns a Lincoln Mark IV 1972. He is looking for an Intermediate Cable for his car. He needs one, but can’t find such a cable for his car here in The Netherlands. Do you guys have any idea? Could you help him?
Here is where I was able to find them. Here in the US it is much easier to find replacement parts.
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THE 1972 MARK 4 LINCOLN IS THE FINEST LOOKING LINCOLN’S PERIOD. I ALWAYS WANTED TO HOT ROD ONE OUT OLD SCHOOL BY JACKING IT UP A LITTLE A SLIGHT RAKE TO THE CAR 12INCH WIDE 50 SERIES TIRES ON THE BACK IN 15INCH DIAMETER MAGS DEEP DISH WHEELS AND NARROWER 50S ON THE FRONT IN 15 INCH MAGS ON THE FRONT IN SHALLOWER DEEP DISH WHEELS NO MODS TO THE ENGINE EXCEPT A SET OF CERAMIC COATED HEADERS WITH A VERY STONG LOW QUIET RUMBLE WITH A SET OF NICE TAILPIPES OUT THE BACK COLOR PREFERABLY IN A NICE GARNET RED WITH A WHITE LANDOU ROOF
Nice mark IV, I just found a 1972 White with Burgandy Leather Interior and a factory sunroof. The car has 32000 miles on the OD. It was in a heated barn unregistered since 1979. The motor started after replacing the gas tank and all related fuel lines and pumps and rebuilt the carb. Now I want to find New tires that are OEM with the same white wall, as the car has the original tires on it that surprisingly are NOT dryrotted
John Abrahms, where did you find the narrow whitewalls for your ‘72?
I owned one (72), left in San Diego with ex-wife, Choc Brown, rode across country, great wheels
you haven’t changed from the original to the HEI ignition, i just got myself a mark 4 i was wondering if there was a reason other than keeping things original, why the distributor cap was kept, also if there’s a HEI you’d suggest for this model i would love to hear which one you’d recommend if any
beautiful car. I remember those cars and they were eye catchers..enjoy
I have a 1977 mark 5 23000 orig miles on it stored in garage since my dad died in prefect shape
Very nice Lincoln. I like this design much better than the Mark III, it is very distinctive. Thank goodness you found a ’71 or ’72, before the battering ram bumpers became mandatory and threw off the sculptured lines.
I did an inspection on a 77. 460 4bbl full load and 19000 miles. Zero rust and everything including the 8 track works. Needs to have the a/c recharged after a change up to 134a. R12 is I tensely hard to get around here. Rides like a cloud and needed zero repairs.
Nicely kept Lincoln in great shape. I just found a 1979 Lincoln Continental Coupe with only 23,000 documented miles. It is just gorgeous – burgundy with red interior interior. Ivevdetailed it for about one week. This cars ride is second to none! I also have owned two Mark Vs and one deep red Mark VII.