Lincoln Continental Mark V Coupe
After the successful Mark III and IV models, Lincoln presented the ultimate luxury coupe of the late ’70s, the Mark V in 1977. However, a bit smaller than the predecessor, the Mark V was still a big car with a long hood, massive bumpers, and a grille.
Powered by standard 400 V8 and optional 460 V8, it wasn’t the fastest car on the road. But it was comfortable and good-looking. It had cool Opera-style windows on the back, and a signature spare wheel bump on the trunk lid. Also, Lincoln offered several unique versions in cooperation with various fashion houses, which were very popular with buyers (via Facebook).