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  1. 1940 Lincoln Continental Cabriolet. Truly a rare and desirable classic automobile and one of the most beautiful cars ever built. Powered by a powerful and dependable 1949 Cadillac V-8 engine.No dings, dents or rust on the body. Bumpers have patina and the interior is original. Over $26K has been spent over the past six months inclusive of the following; The entire 6-Volt system has been professionally upgraded to a 12-Volt System for quick starting and dependability. All the gauges work as do the horns.The tail light lenses were replaced with "like new" ones, the trunk lock assembly was replac
  2. 1940 Cadillac LaSalle Model 52 Torpedo. Total Ground up restoration that took approximately three years to complete and finished in 2012. Over $25,000 invested NOT including body work, paint and three years of labor from former owner which would put the total investment close to $55K. All exterior and interior chrome were beautifully replated for show quality. New interior upholstery and trunk. Motor, transmission and clutch were rebuilt. Radiator recored, Steering wheel was restored, brakes, brake system, shocks and suspension replaced. Gas tank restored. New white wall tires, new wiring, new
  3. SUPER RARE 1942 FORD Super Deluxe Coupe in excellent condition. I just reposted this as the pictures were not populating correctly. REDUCED...REDUCED...REDUCED BY $9K! Flathead V-8 221 C.I. motor. Very rare car as it was built in 1942 just prior to WWII. If you can find any car built in 1942 “BUY IT” as it is one of the rarest years for automobiles. The tan interior of this beautiful car looks brand new and has not been smoked in. The undercarriage has been restored and is rust free. The gas tank has been replaced and dual exhaust has been installed. The 6 Volt system has been converted to an
  4. The 1942 Lincoln Continental was in production for only a few months due to the outbreak of World War Two, which resulted in a shutdown of the U.S. auto industry. With only 136 Cabriolets produced in 1942, this was the lowest production of Lincoln Continentals of the 1940s era. It is estimated that less than eighteen 1942 Lincoln Continental Cabriolet's survive today making it one of the rarest Lincoln Continentals in the world. Truly a very rare and desireable car. The V-12 engine and transmission with overdrive have just recently been completely rebuilt at a cost of $20,000 and has been d
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