October 21, 2015

1958 Lincoln Continental Mark III Convertible

1958 Lincoln Continental Mark III Convertible

1958 Lincoln Continental Mark III Convertible

Here's the American vintage luxury car made by Ford were marketed by the Lincoln division, this a third generation Lincoln Continental commonly known as the Continental Mark III, as the picture is convertible type 1958 model year still in original excellent condition, it could be greats start to restore or just as is.

It looks so nice with awesome appearance, no dent, no rust all perfect and solid body frame. The interior photos bit unclear, but it looks okay with some modernize done, hope no hidden issue and all instrument works well also. Unfortunately no engine photos we leave it to you, as always if want to buy come to see is a must. Overall it a very coolest original luxury vintage car, you will attract a lot of people when you rode this car. 1958 Lincoln Continental Mark III Convertible asking for $39500 location in Snohomish County, WA.

Details by owner
Lincoln 1958 Continental Mk III Model 68A convertible, every option except air, unrestored, original owner, all new mechanicals, meticulously maintained since new, gorgeous as is or restore.
Rare Find. . ..Never Before Offered. . ..

1958 Continental Mark III Convertible by Lincoln
One Owner beauty. . . lovingly cared for by one man and his family for more than 50 years! This rare 1958 Continental Mark III Convertible by Lincoln was driven out of the showroom by a man who loved it almost more than life itself . . . and it was still being polished and driven with the top down until shortly before his death. The car was then put away until the estate was settled. Its' been dusted off, gone through and now needs to find someone else to love it.
This Continental Convertible is one of only a few left remaining produced in 1958 and there aren't many left in this condition. Original production was just over 3000 and its estimated that the number left is now only in the hundreds.
She isn't just off the showroom floor . . . but is unrestored, all new mechanicals, meticulously maintained and has the service records since new, original owners manual and registration, lots records including a personal letter from Lee Iaccoca about this car to the owner.

Engine and transmission have been rebuilt, interior has been redone and soft convertible top has been replaced. There is not a knob, button or piece of trim missing. . . everything is there and in fact, there are even extra pieces.
This car is looking for someone to appreciate its uniqueness, its place in history and its beauty. It would be a great addition to your collection, could be a simple project to restore to its original splendor or can be driven to the store or to car shows tomorrow and turn heads every foot of the way.
Think about it. . . when was the last time you saw one of these at a show or on the auction block at this price? Here is your chance to own this one.

Our family is sad to see it go, but understand it needs someone new to love it. The stewardship of this car needs to go on, it would be a shame for it to sit in storage and deteriorate.