GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this extremely rare Lincoln
Continental. This incredible survivor has been with its current
owner for the past 51 years. The Continental still has the original
cameo green paint job and ivy green interior. Both are in excellent
condition. Powering the Lincoln is the original 462 cubic inch V8
motor mated to smooth automatic transmission. Additional features
include power front disc brakes, power windows, power steering,
power locks, power seats, heat and A/C. To this day the Lincoln
Continental carries a strong following. Gems like this do not
surface often. Don't miss your opportunity to be the envy of the
neighborhood in this stunning Continental. Please contact us today
for more information.
The fourth-generation Lincoln Continental was styled by Ford design vice president Elwood Engel in mid-1958. It rode on a stretched version of the unibody platform produced for the 1961 Thunderbird. The first engine available was a 430 cu in (7.0 L) MEL V8 carried over from the Mark V. Later in 1966 the 430 was upgraded to a 462 cubic inch V8. All versions of the Continental were fitted with a 3-speed automatic transmission. The fourth-generation Lincoln Continental was offered solely as a four-door in either a sedan or a convertible. For the first time on a Lincoln since 1951, rear doors were rear-hinged (suicide doors) were standard.
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Gr Auto Gallery, LLC and our sister company, Wheelz Sales and Leasing Inc. makes every effort to represent each vehicle accurately and with integrity. We also welcome third party inspections when necessary. Although we try to do our very best to be accurate in our description writing we are human and do make mistakes. Unless otherwise noted, All vehicles are sold AS IS, No Warranty Expressed or Implied. All sales final.
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