| 2013 Lincoln MKC Concept|
text: Press Release:
MKC Concept New Opportunity for Lincoln
> Lincoln MKC Concept debuts at 2013 North American International Auto Show – Lincoln's first-ever small vehicle
> Small luxury utility concept signals future Lincoln entry into industry's fastest-growing segment
> MKC Concept introduces the "Lincoln Experiences" suite of technology and signature content to enhan...
| 1958 Lincoln Continental Mark III Convertible|
text: From Seller:
Very rare mint pristine original 1958 Continental Mark III convertible. The largest unibody ever built!
Ford Motor Company made a valiant effort to outdo arch rival Cadillac in every way in 1958. The luxurious Continental Mark III was longer, lower, wider, more powerful with daring new styling.This car is a mint low mileage un-restored original convertible.
The 1958 Continental Mark...
| 1946 Lincoln Continental Convertible|
text: This outstanding 1946 Lincoln Continental Convertible scored 99.5 points out of 100 at a National Lincoln Owners Club event and was awarded the first prize and a Senior badge for restoration excellence. It had a complete restoration to manufacturers specifications and is known as one of the finest Continentals in existence. The car is stunning in Monsoon Maroon over a Tan interior with a Tan convertible t...
| 1936 Lincoln LeBaron Convertible Sedan|
text: Reportedly, only 30 of these cars were built. This particular Lincoln LeBaron was special ordered with a bar in the back. There is no evidence of DWI arrests in the records for the car. From Seller:
1936 Lincoln LeBaron 333 Convertible Sedan with Partition Window, one of just 30 built, finished in Burgundy with Black leather upholstery, dual side mount tires with metal covers, powered by a 414cid twel...
| 1978 Lincoln Mark V Series Cartier|
text: 30 years ago, this was a car many a senior would have loved. Today, less so, but there must still be a market for these 70s Lincolns because this Mark V just sold for over $10k. Of course, it does have only 4,851 original miles on it! From Seller:
The original owner was a dealer, and had several other low mileage 70's luxury vehicles. In addition to being showroom fresh at just 4851 original miles, t...
| 1971 Lincoln Continental Mark III|
text: 38k miles survivor '71 Lincoln Continental Mark III in Ginger Bronze Moondust Metallic. Restored in 1992 and has been driven only 200 miles since. This particular car was owned by a Ford executive and customized according to his specifications by Ford. Reportedly the seats and matching door panels were custom choices. This Continental Mark III has scored 98-100 in national LCOC meets....
| 1947 Lincoln Continental Coupe|
text: Award-winning Lincoln Continental Coupe from 1947. Restored last year. Straight body. Great chrome and bright work. Windshield and all side glass are new. V12 engine, overdrive transmission, AM radio, spot lights, fog lights, under seat heaters and more....
| 1956 Lincoln Continental Mark II|
text: For two years from 1956-1957, Lincoln produced the Continental Mark II, a personal luxury coupe. It was inspired by the V12 Continentals of the 1940s and was designed to be the most luxurious American car on the market. The Continental was technically not a Lincoln, being produced under the new Continental division of the Ford Motor Company but sold through Lincoln dealerships. Still, it is accepted to...
| 1934 Lincoln V12 Club Sedan|
text: A handsome luxury sedan, this Model 522-A has a 150 hp 414 ci V12 engine with a two barrel carb, 3-spd manual trans, 4-wheel drums and leaf springs all around. Some believe this to be the finest V12 engine ever. Regardless, this is a rare machine. Only 450 of these cars were produced in 1934. This Lincoln is in survivor condition, not a trailer queen....
| 1998 Lincoln Town Car Signature Custom Dub Show Hopper Lowrider|
text: Owned by Chop of the TV series King of Cars, this custom Lincoln Town Car lowrider hopper has had $25k dumped into it. A dizzying array of goodies has been added and the body has been updated to 2008-look. From Seller:
Chop from the A&E show King of Cars is cleaning out his garage! $25,000 was spent to build this one of a kind show piece. You're bidding on a loaded Lincoln Town Car that has been update...
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