2001 Lincoln Town Car Cartier Limousine

Price : $15,000



This Lincoln provided out-of-the-ordinary controls for rear riders in a console panel on the folding center armrest. There was a power toggle button to move the front passenger's seat fore and aft, switches to activate heat elements in both rear seats, a 12-volt power point and dials to adjust climate and audio systems. A peek into the front seat revealed familiar fittings for dash, instrument panel and the bench-style seat split by a broad center armrest that folds down to form a console: Layout was identical to the conventional Town Car. So how did this particular vehicle end up with so much extra legroom in the back seat? As it turns out, the stretch occurs at the Town Car assembly plant in Wixom, Mich., where a six-inch extension applies to the 117.7-inch wheelbase of a normal Town Car to create the first factory-produced long-wheelbase Town Car. It shows up for the top-of-the-line Cartier edition under the label of Cartier L, with a similar version -- badged as the Executive L -- offered to fleet and livery operators. The wheelbase stretch also extends exterior dimensions to make Town Car seem even longer in silhouette, with extra space added to a broad B-pillar and the wide rear door

VIN #: 1LNHM85W81Y600122
Exterior Color: Black
Interior Color: Gray
Body Style: Limousine
Mileage: 68246