This 2003 Lincoln Town Car is for sale for $3,900 in Pelham, Alabama. It has 196,000 miles with a Clear title and is Champagne with a Champagne interior.
Few Cartier's were made and even fewer of the L series were made. Cartier was the most expensive model ever made. It was top of the line with all the bells and whistles. The value should start increasing as it becomes a rare collector's car. I have had this car since 2005. My husband bought it for me when it only had 30,000 miles on it, because I just had to have it. It now has 196K miles on it. It runs perfectly and the Air Conditioner will freeze you out. The gas economy is great if you stay 70 mph and under on the highway. The computer display shows 24 mpg when I am driving on the highway, my new little car doesn't get this much mpg and calls for premium gas. The L means it is longer than the regular town car, with bigger doors for easy entry and exit, especially the rear doors. There's more leg room in both the front and back. This is a big man's car, but for people with short legs there is a button on the dash that will bring the gas and brake pedal closer to your foot, if needed. Passengers in the back have plenty of leg room and can easily stretch out their legs. They also have a separate pull down center console in the back, with volume controls, and temperature controls. There are also two overhead lighted make up mirrors. The Cartier model has running lights, chrome trim around the fender wells, pin stripping, 6 CD changer in trunk, double visors for the front windshield and side window, mobile phone in the center console with auto emergency calling, hands free voice communications, parking assist, controls on the steering wheel (cruise control, temperature, radio, phone), battery shut off protection, auto trunk opening, and all the other customary power enhancements. It does not have GPS but my cell phone does and, unlike the car GPS, it is always up to date on travel information and I don't have to pay extra for it. Recently my husband had the plugs and wires replaced as well as the serpentine belt, hoses, intake manifold, brakes and rotors. My husband had the transmission replaced for me when it started acting funny and I was afraid to go on long trips with it. Last week the mechanic did a computer diagnostic and everything is fine, nothing else is recommended. I am told by the mechanic that these are good engines in the Town Car and should be great for another 200,000 miles. It doesn't burn oil and the fuel economy is good. Pickup is in Pelham AL close to Birmingham AL.