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2006 Lincoln Town Car Limousine With 9K Miles Up For Auction

In recent months, we’ve seen quite a few Lincoln Town Cars surface for sale at various online auctions, including a Cartier L once owned by Johnny Cash, a 2003 model with a 4.6L V8 Terminator engine swap, and a 20k-mile 2002 example, as well as a 1969 Lincoln Continental limo. Now, we have something that somewhat combines those two worlds to share – a 2006 Lincoln Town Car limousine with just 9k miles on the clock that’s up for grabs at Bring a Trailer.

2006 Lincoln Town Car Limousine With 9K Miles - Interior 001

This 2006 Lincoln Town Car was converted into limo form by a company called Krystal Koach, which is based out of Brea, California, and it has since bounced around a number of states before landing with the selling dealer in New York earlier this year. In spite of this travel, the elongated luxury machine has just 9k original miles, and as such, it remains in stellar condition, with only the typical flaws marring its Cashmere Tri-Coat Metallic paint.

2006 Lincoln Town Car Limousine With 9K Miles - Engine Bay 001

The interior is what truly matters in a limo, however, and this one has a rather nice cabin covered in beige leather with loads of wood trim up front for the driver, along with amenities such as a power-adjustable seat, dual-zone automatic climate control, cruise control, power-adjustable pedals, a CD stereo system, and an intercom. The back is the place to be, however, as it’s stuffed with goodies like a TV, opposing bench seats, a Sony CD player, a DVD player, a wooden table, button-tufted pillows, vanity mirrors, bar-top consoles with drink glasses, and climate and lighting controls.

2006 Lincoln Town Car Limousine With 9K Miles - Exterior 002 - Rear Three Quarters

The Ford 4.6L V8 that powers this 2006 Lincoln Town Car limo remains in stock form – save for the addition of an extra alternator – and was originally rated to send 239 horsepower and 287 pound-feet of torque to the rear wheels via a four-speed automatic transmission. Of course, speed isn’t the point of such a ride, which we imagine has hauled its fair share of prom dates and possibly even famous folks over its years in operation.

We’ll have more cool auction finds to share soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Lincoln news, Lincoln Town Car news, and ongoing Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. Bill Howland


    Just look at the size of that added (minimum 350 amperes) alternator, as well as the (NOW) extremely limited belt pulley wrap on the existing alternator…

    Expect the serpentine belt to constantly slip under load, which means changing the belt at least once a month. It will also be interesting to see how often the alternator pulleys have to be changed since they will wear excessively also.

  2. CrabbyMilton

    I always wonder if it’s a good idea to modify a car that much. Sure any vehicle can be stretched as long as an MCI J4500 but as you said, over time several little problems can pop up because of too many changes in the structure and under the hood modifications.


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