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  1. 1992 Lincoln Town Car, rare Jack Nicklaus Signature Series edition<o:p></o> 75,000 miles<o:p></o> One owner. Like new.<o:p></o> “Golden Bear” logo and trim package<o:p></o> Jack Nicklaus Green Metallic exterior with White Leather interior<o:p></o> Outstanding Condition!<o:p></o> Always garage kept.<o:p></o> This edition was only available from 1991 to 1993.<o:p></o> Near Hershey, PA $6,499 Only serious inquiries please. Reply to posting with any questions. Include your e-mail address for communication. <o:p></o>
  2. In the course of my business, I found someone who has 4 1957 Lincoln Premieres. They are all hardtops, appear to have been abandoned & would need restoration. They look OK for restoration to me, but I am no authority. Owners daughter suggeted that they could be taken for free. No idea on license status. They belonged to her late father. All are on the same lot, near San Jose, CA. markagoodman@sbcglobal.net
  3. 1953 Lincoln Capri – won the Mexican road race and setting records The engine an all-new 205HP, 317.5CI OHV, V-8, and new dual-range Hydra-Matic transmission. In the October, 1952 issue of Popular Mechanics, a Lincoln Capri was tested. 0-60 mph time was 14.8 seconds, while the quarter-mile was 21.3 seconds. At 40 mph, fuel economy was recorded at 21mpg.
  4. Fun old classic convertible Lincoln Continental Mark V, older restoration. Runs and drives, ready for summer cruising with the top down. Features: - Power Convertible Top - 430 cu. in. OHV V-8 Engine - Twin-Range Turbo-Drive Automatic Transmission - Rear Fender Skirts - Power Windows and Vent Windows - Power Center Rear Window - 6 Way Power Seats - Coil-Srings Independent Front Suspension - Live Rear Axle with Semi-Elliptic Leaf Springs Located in Snohomish, WA - Asking $39,950 OBO. For more photos bestautoparts@hotmail.com or 425-218-0544
  5. 1929 Lincoln all weather cabriolet . I have been told one of eleven made. A remarkable survivor, all original interior except drivers seat. undercarriage never touched ,engine received over $30,000 in work from Pollock restoration in Pottstown PA with attention paid to try to keep it as original as possible. Gas tank and vacuum redone ,radiator cleaned.Asking $53,000. far less than cost. I want to sell this soon, it can be seen in New Oxford PA 17350. More photos Kellykinzle@comcast.net 717 495 3395
  6. Rare '53 Lincoln Capri Convertible 40,000 low miles on this beautiful 1953 Lincoln Capri convertible. Excellent restoration and will be for sale. This Lincoln runs and drives great. 1 of 272 vehicles produced in 1953. Green with Green leather interior. Always garaged and very well maintained. This gorgeous 53 Lincoln Capri convertible is part of my private collection. Website has many pictures and video, all taken 2014 - asking $39,750 or best offer <o:p></o:p>
  7. Year: 1941 Make: Lincoln Model: Continental Coupe Price: $75,000 Location: New York, NY Contact Information: info@cooperclassiccars.com 212 929 3909 The Cooper Classics Collection is proud to present this brilliantly restored 1941 Lincoln Continental Coupe. Only 850 of these majestic luxury cars were ever constructed. When first produced, the Continental was easily identifiable as a Lincoln, but its seven inch longer hood and body sectioned to be 3 inches lower than its Zephyr counterparts left no confusion about its refinement and subtle good taste. The fenders, both front and rear, were lengthened proportionally with the body. Positioning the spare wheel and tire inside a metal cover at the rear created a new design element, the continental kit, that would be a recurring element of American design for the next two decades. Of the surviving examples, few can claim the condition and careful ownership offered by the example here. The car comes to us from the estate of a highly regarded psychoanalyst from Beverly Hills, CA. This gentleman, a passionate collector of fine automobiles, ordered a complete nut and bolt restoration on this fine V12 automobile. The vehicle was used sparingly during the previous owners lifetime, and at the time of his passing it was put into climate controlled storage. Upon our recent acquisition, the car was found to still present in fantastic restored cosmetic condition. Of course the vehicle needed a complete mechanical recomissioning, which was performed by a top vintage auto mechanic located in Beacon, NY. As it sits the car is an absolute stunner. The paint is gorgeous, and the interior looks good as new. Even the original radio still plays! The original 4.8 L V12 engine, with sequentially numbered heads, rumbles to life with a push of the button, and shifts confidently through the 3-speed column mounted shifter. Sounding the two immense air horns under the hood while chugging along at highway speeds really gives one the feeling that they are piloting a true locomotive. A Classic Car Club of America Full Classic, the Lincoln Continental has never lost its appeal to drivers who appreciate its performance, quality, exclusivity and style. And the example presented here offers all of the above in spades.
  8. 1936 Lincoln v12 In Wisconsin Milwaukee. Asking price $40k Please let me know if more info needed. Thanks David 414 63o two853 Or email davlet145(at) Gmail. Com
  9. 1965 Lincoln Continental $20,000 Beautiful and clean 65 Lincoln Continental. This car is a originally from the south (Carolina & Florida). It was recently brought to New York and kept in climate controlled storage. Runs strong and is excellent all around. See pictures for more details Location: Long Island, NY Contact: Allen Thomas athomas@deluxecarstorage.com 516-754-0699 screenshot software free upload image photo upload sites imgurl upload img upload an image imgurl image post image upload no size limit
  10. Hi everyone, I currently "manage" a Lincoln Model KB. All documentation concerning that vehicle has been lost over the years, so I do not have a lot of information about the car. I am really curious about the history of that car, but there is little information about it that I can find online. Maybe you guys here can help me out? I have uploaded some pictures at http://www.tinyurl.com/Lincoln-KB . I'm sorry there is no real side shot, but there was no space to take a good picture. Vehicle Number is FKB 3388, if that helps. If you can, based on those pictures, tell me anything about that car, I would really appreciate that! Greets from Switzerland, Michael
  11. Zero miles..Person who had this engine done passed away before getting to put it in to his car...Pictures show what is available...020 crank..Ram Horn exhaust included $850.. Jack..760)751-2946..San Diego,Ca.
  12. Hi guys done some research. Aluminum body and steel fenders. V12 super cool and no reserve. Call with info and questions. 605 201 7005. thank you
  13. 1948 Lincoln Continental A salvage yard in Colorado is moving out some older cars to make room for more recent vehicles that make up a larger portion of its business. One of the star cars in the exodus is a true American Classic: a 1948 Lincoln Continental that is whole and beautiful. This car is powered by a 351 Ford engine linked to the original manual transmission. There is rust in the rockers but overall the car is clean. The photos speak well for this desirable car. Transport is available. $4200 Doc Lipton of doc_lipton@yahoo.com
  14. Hello all, Several months back I picked up a 54' Lincoln Capri from my uncle. I was somewhat distressed when we got it running that the car will not go in reverse or shift between gears in drive. After trying several adjusments, all to no avail, I am trying to find a shop somewhere in the Pacific Nothwest (Seattle/Portland area) that can rebuild a 54' hydramatic. I found a few shops that said they can do it in California, Texas, and the east coast, but I really would like to avoid shipping that monster across the country. Thanks Adam
  15. 1928 Lincoln Model L,7-Passenger Sedan Body style 153 Professionally restored in2008. Uncle Dick bought this car from California about 10 years ago. It was a straight original good running car. He proceeded to have itpainted and upholstered and all plating done, as well as replacingthe glass with safety glass. We estimate that he had about $60,000invested. Current asking price is $35,000. Only details remain to becompleted, for instance the speedometer cable is missing. Likewise,the dashboard clock. Some attention has to be paid to the originalignition switch, now bypassed. Extra covers were made to protect theshow stoppingly beautiful upholstery. A heater was installed, aswell as a battery cut-off safety switch. Enclosed trailer alsoavailable. The car is now inmid-Michigan. There are 79,000 miles on the odometer. This carstarts, runs, shifts and stops as it should. It is a joy to drive. A short video of a start and drive of this car is available on YouTube search for 1928 Lincoln Please call Dan Shafarman at 517 487-6534 to make an offer or to ask questions.
  16. <dt>PRICE REDUCTION - Re-list 1956 Lincoln Premiere Convertible - #56WA27337L - Body code on the VIN plate reads BY76B 25-630-B23-311. This 1956 Lincoln Premier Convertible was the 311th car built in 1956. The car was undergoing a detailed renovation when the previous owner ran out of money and I bought the car. Location: Vienna, Virginia 22182</dt><dt>Mileage: 30,800</dt><dt>Condition: Good</dt><dt>Exterior: Turquoise</dt><dt>Interior: Turquoise/Green and White</dt><!-- Begin description --> Most of the hard work has been done already and it now needs the finishing touches. Some of the trim is missing and there are trim pieces in the trunk. Some of the chrome will need attention as well as it is dull in some areas. The convertible top hardware is in the trunk as well - not sure if it is compete or not. The roof frame will need a new canvas. I believe the engine has been rebuilt. The engine block was removed and painted as was the engine bay. The car has new paint and no rust that I can see. The car has a new battery, new tires and shocks and the underside is clean and rust free. Money ran out after the body work, paint and engine was reinstalled and the exhaust was not put back on. The hangers for the exhaust system are all good and in place. The car starts and runs smoothly. People will note that the lower rear quarters have been replaced with those of a 1957 - it is a professional job and unless you knew this in advance, it is hard to tell that this work was done. There are two fender skirts in the trunk from a 1956 if the next owner wants to go back to the 1956 look. The brake lines are new - the brakes will need an adjustment. The windshield has a couple of cracks and will need to be replaced at some point. On the interior of the car, some of the trim is missing as is the drivers window and rear windows - all available easily on line. The seats are new and are in great shape as is the matching carpet. A video of the car can be seen here: These cars at Auction, in excellent condition, bring in bids in the area of $100K to $140K. I believe I am asking a fair price based on the work already done and with the understanding of what needs to be done. Here is an opportunity to double your investment. With the continental kit, the car is 20 feet long and can be driven onto your trailer with ease. The car is located in Vienna VA, 22182 and comes with a clean and clear Vermont Title and registration in my name and a car cover. Feel free to call me with any questions @ 703-232-4600. Price: $29,500 negotiable 703-232-4600
  17. For Sale is car number #311. It is finished in aTurquoise blue has had a recent cosmetic restoration with new paint changingthe car from its original Desert Buff paint. The restoration was 90% completebefore funds dried up by the previous owner.<o:p></o> Based on the build plate in the door jam,the plate shows the following build code: BY76B 25-630-B23-311 <!--[if !supportLineBreakNewLine]--> <!--[endif]--><o:p></o> - BY76B signifies that it is a 1956 Lincoln Premiere convertible -25 isDesert Buff paint code -630 isthe trim code for Starmist White and Desert Buff Leather -B23 isthe month and day it was made – February 23 -311 isthe rotation number – this is the 311th Convertible of 2,447 made. <!--[if !supportLineBreakNewLine]--> <!--[endif]--><o:p></o> My car is equipped with factory-correctdual spotlights/mirrors, fog lamps, continental kit, pinched-seam leatherupholstery, a factory radio, clean trunk, and new tires. The car has undergonethe beginnings of a refurbishment which was stopped after body work was doneand the car was painted, the engine was detailed & painted and the interiorof the car was re-done - the previous owner ran out of funds and the workstopped. I do not have the history of the car or what other work has been doneto it over the years. <!--[if !supportLineBreakNewLine]--> <!--[endif]--><o:p></o> Looking at the car it is easy to see thatthe work done so far includes: ·New paint – includes all door jams, engine bay interiorand dash area. It was a professionally painted and looks good. ·New interior that matches the paint. ·Newly painted engine and engine bay - running in smoothcondition. I believe the engine was rebuilt and the valve covers are chrome.The engine bay is clean and there are no leaks. ·Clean chrome finish on air filter and housing. ·The car starts right up and idles smoothly (although loudas the exhaust has not been re-installed). ·The tires are new. <!--[if !supportLineBreakNewLine]--> <!--[endif]--><o:p></o> Items that need finishing: ·Exhaust – the car does not have an exhaust at this time -available from Kanter (www.kanter.com) ·Trim – the interior trim around the dash and window andseveral pieces of the exterior trim around the windshield and lower sides ofthe vehicle are missing. ·Wind Shield will need to be replaced as it has crackswhich are too big to be filled. ·Brakes need bleeding and attention. The brakes will notstop the car at this time. ·Convertible top needs to be reassembled and installed.Most of the convertible top hardware is in the trunk disassembled – some of thehardware may be missing. A custom cover has been made to cover the space behindthe back seat and sides where the roof would normally fold down in to. ·Convertible canvas top can be purchased easily also fromKanter. ·There is a small blemish/cut on the rear quarter panelthat needs to be filled, it is about ½” long. There is no visible rust on orunder the car. ·The driver’s window and rear windows are missing – thepassenger window goes up and down. <!--[if !supportLineBreakNewLine]--> <!--[endif]--><o:p></o> A video of the car running can be seenhere: High-Def pictures of the vehicle can be found at this link: IMG_0586| Flickr - Photo Sharing!. The odometer reads about 30,700 miles however the car is 57 years old and theymay not be accurate. <o:p></o> <o:p> </o> At auction these models, fully finished,typically bring in bids between $75K to $140K – I am asking $40,000.<o:p></o> Several people have noted that the car doesnot have power windows or AC and that the side trim and rear fender skirts aremissing. I have a set of skirts from another Lincoln Premier which are includedand the missing “L” from the front hood. Some modifications and re-paint willhave to be done to make the other fender skirts fit and match. I do not haveany of the missing trim.<o:p></o>
  18. Owners manual availability? Anyone know where to get an owners manual for a 78 Lincoln Mark V
  19. This restorable gem needs a new home. Two door coupe comes with an extra engine and an extra transmission. Located in Austin, TX. You come and get it. Belongs to my mom. It was parked in her garage in 1984 and has not been driven since. Call 512-785-5603 and ask for Marilu. 1948 Lincoln Continental Professionally rebuilt engine with new valves & new 4 ring pistons, bearings, etc. Transmission & overdrive work like new. extra transmission in shed - syncro in 2nd gear not working right, the overdrive is ok. brakes, wheel bearings and seals rebuilt. wheel cylinders & master cylinder honed & new kits installed. tie-rod & king pins ok. radiator - ok 1 radio works & 1 is repairable - windshield and back glass - ok 3 sets of chrome grills - 1 set mint 2 sets have a few weather pits (none broken) 2 extra doors (complete) 3 extra fendors 1 extra trans & overdrive 2 sets instruments, radio, etc. 2 curved back glass windshield clear no visible fog extra starter - fuel pumps - seats - door panels, etc.
  20. I have a 1936 Lincoln coupe V12 'K' series car that I am having a hard time finding parts for. I need head gaskets...actually a whole engine gasket kit would be preferred, a radiator, and a shop manual. Any leads would be appreciated. This is not a HV-12. It is a KV-12, factory equipped. Thanks! sean seant2218@yahoo.com
  21. Does anyone by chance have contact info for the owner of this 1924 Lincoln Model L, 135 series? I'd like to correspond with him and if possible secure additional pictures of the interior. As I understand it was shown at the 2006 Hilton Head Concours. Pictures would assist me in the reconstruction of the interior of my 1924 134 series. Photo credits to conceptcarz.com Thank you, Ian Evans
  22. ran into bad times and am selling it cheap here is the link to the add Holy S%^&! 1973 Mark IV!!
  23. I am in search of a 1941 Lincoln Continental Chrome Fender Guards. If available please email me for purchase. Cgt987@aol.com.
  24. Did any of you guys see this yet? The Lincoln display at the LA Auto Show press night featured all vintage Lincolns, no new cars. They will mostly or all be switched out with new models when the show opens to the public, but what a cool concept and the cars looks absolutely terrific. Article: No Car at the Lincoln Stand is Newer Than 1961 Some more pics here: Lincoln
  25. We are restoring a 1940 Lincoln Zephyr Coupe, and none of the standard Lincoln heaters fit the existing holes in the firewall. I should know, I have bought 3 of 'em, thinking one would surely fit. We bought the car mid-restoration, and it came with PART of a heater that does line up with the holes in the firewall. I have included a photo of the partial heater... can anyone identify it? I need the rest of it. There must be some type of fan motor/blower assembly that affixes to the heater core part that I have. Apparently, this was a heater delete car, and somewhere along the line someone added this [most likely aftermarket] heater. ANY information to identify or locate parts for it would be appreciated. Thank you so much! Dave