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09-10-2017, 02:13 PM #1Senior Member
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2004 Lincoln Town Car Signature Series
It has come time for me to part with my beautiful 2004 Lincoln Town Car Signature Series. I need a car for Uber/Lyft and here in Portland, cars must be 10 years old or newer. I've owned this Lincoln for four years now and it's by far the best Lincoln I have ever had. It would easily pass for a car with 25k miles. Still drives and looks new, never once smoked in, everything but the Park Sensors work flawlessly. Never once in an accident. It was an Enterprise rental for the first 10 months and then to an older gentleman in Chehalis, WA where he had it serviced regularly at his local Ford dealer for nine years. I bought it from that dealer four years ago. Car has been a Oregon and Washington car only - never once driven on a salt covered road and not a speck of rust anywhere.
I have used this car for my private Town Car service since purchasing it - and I've put just 17k miles on it in those four years. Not that it increases the value but some of the passengers in those four years are well known national celebrities. One even has her own show on TBS and loves poking fun at Trump.
I replaced the windshield within a few weeks after purchase. Other parts replaced within the last 15,000 miles include: Fuel Pump, Spark Plugs, Headlight Bulbs (Sylvania Silverstar), Idler Pulley, Alternator, Serpentine Belt, Tension Pulley, (I was chasing a squeal, it was the Tension Pulley) and Tail Shaft Seal. The new tires have less than 5000 miles on them with 45k miles left on the Les Schwab warranty.
Oil was changed last week. New Air and Oil filters will be included.
Clear Oregon title in hand. Drive it away for just $3500. CarFax upon request. This truly was an 'old man' car for the first 211k miles of its life and I've driven it as gingerly as you would expect a chauffeur to drive for the last 17k miles.
Replies to: Towncar@MotorCarriageService.com
I'd sure like to stay with a Lincoln for Uber/Lyft so if you have a 2010 or newer Lincoln, I'll trade my 2004 LTC and my 2002 BMW 325Ci Cabriolet for your 2010 or newer Lincoln. Yes, my TWO CARS for your newer Town Car, MKZ, MKS, Zephyr, Ford Fusion, Mercury Milan, etc. I'm wanting a larger sedan for Uber/Lyft. See the BMW here: http://www.motorcarriageservice.com/BMW/BMW325Ci.htm
Last edited by All2kool; 09-10-2017 at 08:34 PM.