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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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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
Hello folks, Quick question: A good friend of mine has recently shown me an old car in a garage where his relative has kept it hidden away for a several years. Not knowing very much about cars of this era, I took his word for what he has said is a Ford 2-dr sedan-type car with suicide doors. He states it is a '34 and supposed to be super rare. Is this in fact a rare model Ford?
Hi, I need some help determining what kind of car I saw. I believe this car to be a late 1930's chevy 4 door. BUT, I have also looked up pontiacs, and other brands and to me they all look very similar. Here is what it looked like. (It had no front end) It had suicide doors, a flat back that stuck out a little (how I could tell it was a late 30's), it had the square back tail lights- so my first guess of a 1940 special deluxe is wrong because of the tail lights. It also had the rectangle speedometer, and the clock in the door of the glove compartment. It looked like this from the back ( a 1938 chevy 4 door). So, is there any particular way to determine what kind of car this is ( do you think my guess of a chevy over a pontiac is correct?) and what years did they produce this car?- Do you have any guesses? Any what were those late 30's 4 doors called...besides 4 doors? Thanks for your help