1963 Lincoln Continental Convertible

1963 Lincoln Continental Convertible

A true survivor car, 1963 Lincoln Continental Convertible

Found this one on heaps of the craigslist ads today, is fourth generation Continental is a series of luxury cars produced by Lincoln start in 1961 to 1969. As shown here is 1963 model fairly cool 4-door Convertible body with suicide rear doors, the appearance look clean and neat proved by photos unfortunately without interior view. Described as one example of true survivor car still runs very well today.

Very less detail and info but it look to be one remarkable example of the 54 years old Lincoln Convertible being offered for sale today, asking $36000 located in Northeast Tucson. It's same model as Inspector Gadget movie use.


1957 Lincoln Continental Mark II

1957 Lincoln Continental Mark II

Remarkable 1957 Lincoln Continental Mark II

Here found this one in craigslist, a remarkable sample of second generation American luxury car the Lincoln Continental that was made by Ford Motor Company under and marketed by Lincoln division. As shown here is a 1957 model year fairly handsome as a 2-door hardtop body. The seller claims it has low productions number only 444 units ever made and this one of them, has been a mild restoration inside and outside.

For anyone please enjoy, but if you're interested to have own please prepare $72000 and goes to Scottsdale, AZ to see it directly. 1957 Lincoln Continental Mark II VIN: C56S3913 is said excellent condition overall only has 33000 miles on it, was looking for a new home.



Nice Object To Restore, 1959 Lincoln Continental Mark IV

Nice Object To Restore, 1959 Lincoln Mark IV

Nice Object To Restore, 1959 Lincoln Continental Mark IV

Here's we found this one 1959 Lincoln Mark IV is a nice project car already in Craigslist a month ago for $16500 or trade, located in Bonita, California. This a full-size luxury car was manufactured by Ford Motor Company under Lincoln brand, as the pictures is a Continental Mark IV 1959 model year come with a rag top which is able to flips into trunk. Claims is good condition has 80000 miles and needs full restoration.

Seems it a complete project car, paint, chrome, interior, glass all good but minus the brake and floors, so it still need a mechanic and body expert to job done. Overall It could be a potential to restore, not so far get finished. Nice vintage Lincoln waiting your magic touch.



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.



Lincoln Continental Mark IV Pick-Up


Lincoln Continental Mark IV Pick-Up

This a rare vintage pickup based on 1959 Lincoln Continental Mark IV, it one of one ever made all original powered by 8 cylinders gas-motor mated with automatic transmission excellent condition has 70000 original miles looking for a new home. Interested please read seller description below



Extremely Rare 1942 Lincoln Zephyr Coupe


Extremely Rare 1942 Lincoln Zephyr Coupe

This model such as Elvis first car, the Lincoln Zephyr Coupe was released in 1942 it's very rare car only 1236 ever made and as the picture is one of them, has been restored and rebuilt by Bob Carter a few years ago.



Original Survivor, Lincoln Continental 1976


Original Survivor, Lincoln Continental 1976

The American classic luxury car produced by the Lincoln division of Ford Motor Company, it's a survivor the fifth generation of Continental model come with 4-door sedan was released in 1976 has 150K miles still on original and excellent condition ready to go.



1959 Lincoln Continental Mark IV


1959 Lincoln Continental Mark IV

American classic luxury car produced by Lincoln division of Ford Motor Company. It's a third generation of Continental come in 2-door hardtop Mark IV series built in 1959. Lincoln Continental is were the largest unit-construction cars ever built by Ford. Over 2 ½ tons and were considered massive, heavy, comfortable, ultra-luxury cars when new. These cars are so forgotten that they now must be so rare as to be highly collectible.



1966 Lincoln Continental


1966 Lincoln Continental

Here's American luxury car produced by the Lincoln division of Ford Motor Company. It's a fourth generation of Lincoln Continental built in 1966 come with suicide doors.



1965 Lincoln Continental Excellent Conditions


1965 Lincoln Continental Excellent Conditions

Here's the Lincoln Continental had usually been a distinctively platformed and styled, highly equipped luxury car in the course of its long history. Yes it's one of the American prestige icon, built in 1965, this car is a great cruiser and gets a lot of attention!



1994 Lincoln Towncar Lowrider Custom


1994 Lincoln Towncar Lowrider Custom

Here's we found a American full-size luxury sedan by Lincoln division of Ford Motor Company. Some units have been converted into a stretch limousine, it was the most commonly used limousine and chauffeured car in the United States and Canada.



1979 Lincoln Continental Collectors Series


1979 Lincoln Continental Collector's Series

Here we bringing it to you the last of fifth generation the Continental. It's a American classic luxury sedan produced by the Lincoln division of Ford Motor Company. In 1979, a "Collector's Series" option package was available to commemorate the last year of the large Lincolns, which added virtually every Lincoln feature and raised the price of the Continental sedan.