In the late 70s Lincoln created one of the most collectible American cars of the decade: The designer series of the big Mark V Coupés. Each year Lincoln presented four masterpieces with interiors styled by Cartier, Givenchy, Emilio Pucci and Bill Blass, flamboyant in every detail. It was the last full-size model of the range with staggering 5,85 m in length and a 7536 cm³-V8 engine with 210 HP.
What the brochure said about the Pucci Edition Mark V shown above: "A dramatic combination of black and white emphasizes the overall sleekness of the new Mark V. Emilio Pucci specified Cayman grain patent leather appearance for the white roof and a formal interior of white leather and vinyl with black trim. His signature is embedded in the opera windows..."