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FS- Clara Ford's 1940 Lincoln Brunn Town Car

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For Sale: 1940 Lincoln Continental Brunn bodied town car. This was one of five town cars built by Brunn and one of three which were used by the Ford family. Typical of Ford family cars, it was update over the years with the 1946-48 front end. It is a 19K mile original car that has had one older repaint. It presents extremely well inside and out. The original upolstery is excellent. The V12 runs and drives extremely well. This car is ready for touring or presevation class showing.A CCCA Full Classic. An excellent and rare opportunity at 57,500.00. Located near Detroit, Michigan. 734-913-9762 motoringicons@hotmail.com

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MAKE NOTE FELLAS WITH FAT WALLETS..THIS WAS A STEAL..

WATCH IT DOUBLE VALUE..FORD FAMILY CUST V12 LINCOLN!!!

VERY VERY SPECIAL CAR...

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Only problem is, if you drive it you have to sit in the front. In the elements. And Clara Ford is still in the backseat. Other than that, great car...

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The car has a canvas roll out type cover for the chauffer. Inside the compartment above the chauffer. He just rolls it out when weather threatens.

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WHEN MOTORING IN A BLACK 12 CYLINDER LINCOLN BRUNN CUSTOM BODIED TOWN CAR, ONE IS NOT CONCERNED WITH WEATHER....

HOME, JAMES.................

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