1958 LINCOLN CONTINENTIAL MARK III DURHAM EDITION
BEAUTIFULLY RESTORED !!
ONLY 237 WERE BUILT IN 1958 MAKING THIS 1 OF ONLY A FEW BUILT AND KNOWN TO EXIST TODAY !! CHECK IT OUT !!!
SMOOTH RUNNING ORIGINAL 430 c.i. 375 h.p. 4 BBL. V-8 ENGINE
SMOOTH SHIFTING ORIGINAL 3 SPEED AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
STRAIGHT,SOLID & CLEAN BODY,FLOORS,TRUNK & FRAME
BEAUTIFUL ''PRESIDENTIAL BLACK'' PAINT
GORGEOUS RED SPLIT BENCHSEAT INTERIOR
NEW CUSTOM DURHAM TOP
LIKE NEW CHROME-TRIM & WEATHER STRIPPING
WIDE WHITE WALL RADIAL TIRES
LOTS-LOTS MORE !!
THE LINCOLN CONTINENTIAL MARK III WAS AMONG SOME OF THE MOST LUXURIOUS AND MOST EXPENSIVE AMERICAN MADE CARS IN IT'S DAY. THIS ONE IS BELIEVED TO HAVE ONLY 29,000 ORIGINAL MILES AND IS ONE OF THE FINEST EXAMPLES OF THAT ERA CAR AVAILABLE ON THE MARKET TODAY. DON'T MISS IT !!
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