2002 LINCOLN BLACKWOOD LOW PRODUCTION EXCELLENT SHAPE! LOOKING FOR A FUTURE CLASSIC This is it! Many will not recognize this vehicle because of its low production in 2002. Built on the F150 chassis with the Lincoln navigator 4 dr. cab it was built to enhance the Lincoln / Mercury line in 2002. To have one like this is very rare especially with the low miles. Powered by a 5.4 32v engine with the strong 4R100 transmission and equipped with a heavy tow package it is a pretty cool set up. One of the first trucks to have heated and cooled seats and a overhead console with telematics. This Blackwood has had an aftermarket radio unit installed with backup cam and touch screen tuning. The full leather interior and rear bucket seats with console sets this vehicle apart. The power liftgate covers the rear box that has led lighting & trimmed in brushed aluminum panels with twin tailgate floors. Come take a look and test drive. To find a truck today like this and with the low miles is pretty rare. KC MOTOR COMPANY 6021 DAYTON BLVD. CHATTANOOGA, TN 37415 423-591-1207 DEALERSHIP 561-722-6208 MARC CELL The Lincoln Blackwood is a luxury pickup truck that was marketed by the Lincoln division of Ford Motor Company for the 2002 model year. The first pickup truck marketed by Lincoln, the Blackwood was derived from the Ford F-150 SuperCrew and the Lincoln Navigator. Drawing its name from its simulated black woodgrain cargo box, the Blackwood was offered solely with a black-painted exterior. Marketed in the United States and Mexico, the Blackwood fell far under sales projections. After the 2002 model year, the Blackwood was discontinued in the United States, with a short run of 2003 models produced for Mexico. In total, only 3,356 units were produced, making it both the rarest and shortest-produced Lincoln model line. the Blackwood was assembled by Ford at its Kansas City Assembly facility in Claycomo, Missouri, alongside the F-150 from August 2001 to December 2002
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