This former ultra-luxury Lincoln Town Car limousine was left to rust somewhere in Nigeria.
This Stretch Lincoln Town Car was an epitome of luxury and elegance in its heyday.
The Lincoln Town Car limo version is the favorite of fleets, limo companies and taxi companies.
For one reason or another, a Lincoln Town Car Limousine was abandoned and allowed to rust in an unnamed area in Nigeria.
Nothing can really be inferred from the single shared photo, but this Stretch Lincoln Town Car was an epitome of luxury and elegance in its heyday.
All variants of the Lincoln Town limo can naturally accommodate a much larger group. An executive stretch will accommodate 6 to 8 passengers, a super stretch 10 and while an ultra-stretch can accommodate up to 14 people.
During its three decades of existence, the Lincoln Town Car and the limousine version were favorites of fleets, limo companies and taxi companies.
The Lincoln Town Car, a vehicle on which this limousine is based, is a full-size luxury sedan marketed by the Lincoln division of the American automaker Ford Motor Company.
Taking its name from a limousine body style, Lincoln marketed the Town Car from 1981 to 2011, with the nameplate previously serving as the Lincoln Continental’s flagship trim.
Produced over three generations for 30 model years, the Town Car served as Ford Motor Company’s flagship sedan, marketed directly against the Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham (and its successor Cadillac DTS).