This rare find was owned by the previous owner for 12 years and stored in a dry storage facility. It has been unused during that time. It is registered as a 1926, but the serial number indicates that it was built in 1925. It has recently undergone a mechanical and body spruce-up after it was removed from storage. This included rebuilding the starter and generator. Also, the car was detailed from sitting for so long. It runs and drives very well and is a very unique automobile. Based on our research, only 1,019 were produced in 1925, making this an extremely rare car. We do not know how many are left, but we have never seen one in running/driving condition. This is a great opportunity to own a classic Lincoln.
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These big beauties are getting harder and harder to find in their original condition. We thought we`d leave this Continental alone and let the new owner put his own personal touches on it. With only 95,757 miles from new, this Lincoln still starts and runs well.This Lincoln has been garage kept and it is astonishing how well this car has fared. Best of all, it has only 95,757 original miles. Seldo
1941 Lincoln Zephyr division window limousine, formerly chauffer driven in the Boston, Mass. Area, just retrieved from a lengthy museum stay. It has a rock solid body, an older repaint, and a marginally serviceable original interior. The factory flathead V12 runs well. The possibilities are many for this unusual piece of FOMOCO motoring history.
1954 Lincoln Capri two door hardtop,finished in the factory Regent Black and Premier Yellow,with an outstanding,complimenting original interior.The 317 V8 runs whisper quiet ,and comfort options include automatic transmission,power steering,brakes,windows and seat.Enjoy some classic FOMOCO `50`s luxury.
1956 Lincoln Continental Mark ll,a nearly 30 year long,body off the frame restoration effort,about 95% completed-completely rebuilt mechanics,new paint,trim and wide whitewalls.It runs,drives,and stops,but still needs a little love.
1960 Lincoln Continental Hess and Eisenhardt converted Mark V Town Car, one of 136 produced. This excellent, original, unrestored car was sold new by Park Motor Mart, the local Lincoln-Mercury dealer in Lewiston, Maine, and has been in this area its entire life, accumulating less than 47 thousand original miles. It was never driven in the winter so it has no rust issues. It runs and drives great b
One Original Lincoln Just Toys Classic Cars is proud to present this beautiful 1969 Lincoln Continental Mark III. This is an original car with original miles and one repaint within the last year. This is one special car. They didn`t make many of these are there are not many left around in this nice condition. This car will truly take you back in time to either owning one or riding in the back seat
Supreme among the chrome monsters of the 1950’s was the 1958 Eldorado Biarritz Convertible. Its ferocity was suggested by its styling, including the shark like fins pointing to the back of the car. Under its hood remained the 365 ci engine that, with the three two barrel carburetors, produced 335 horsepower. The interior was on par with any luxury car of the era. It had the finest materials and
This third generation Eldorado was the first of its kind with a revised rear-end design featuring a low, down-swept fender line capped by a pointed in-board fin. Also seen was the shark style fins pointing toward the back of the cars. These Eldorados were the only Cadillacs possessing the large 365 ci, 325 hp V-8 engines. They are 18 1/2 feet long and weigh almost 5,000 pounds. This one has the or