danleblanc

I've crossed over to the Lincoln pasture

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After owning old Cadillacs exclusively since 2004 as my old cars (I've had 3 62's, 2 61's, and now a 70 deVille Convertible) I'm adding a 77 Continental Town Car to the fold next week. I do like my 70 deVille but there are times when I want to have a nice quiet ride that a closed car offers. 

 

I've been a CLC member for awhile and I see there is the LCOC which I will be joining soon. 

 

Most all mechanical parts are available from what I can see. What I don't see is the same aftermarket support for Lincolns that Cadillac has (USA Parts Supply, McVey, Caddy Daddy-just to name a few).  I've heard of Lincoln Land. Are there any other vendors out there that are recommended?  

 

The CLC also has a great forum that has been a wonderful venue for support for me since day one.  Am I in the right place here or are there any recommended forums I should be looking at joining in on?

 

Thanks!

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Welcome to the Land of Lincolns. While you are certainly welcome here and some of your questions may be answered here, most of the 1960 - 2000 owners spend their time on the

 

http://www.thelincolnforum.net/

 

Congratulations on your purchase of a Town Car. They are great road cars.

 

 

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Thank you for the tip. I'm looking forward to getting it back on the road. It's a one owner car that has been out of commission for a bit, so I will need to wake it up slowly. That's what winters are for, right?

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In my experience winters are for procrastinating and springs are for feeling rushed, but to each their own. 

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If you are "crossing over" and looking for a closed car project.  Consider my '48 Continental Coupe-  It doesn't have far to go to be an outstanding car instead of a 20 footer.  I am aging out of the hobby and it has  spent the past year as a garage queen.  I can send pics and info.  Glenn Lorei  glorei@kc.rr.com

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