Gateway Classic Cars of Dallas is excited to present This 1948
Lincoln Continental. The owner has had it for 7+ years. The vehicle
runs great and is mainly used for weekend drives. Seller's Notes
This 1948 Lincoln Continental was bought from the Central Texas
Museum of Automotive History owned by the late Dick Burdick. If you
are from the hobby you know what a special collection he had, and
how special the auction of 90+ of his cars was that day. This car
is ruby red and shows well. The paint and chrome and interior are
all nice, we have receipts from Marc's Garage in Fort Worth who
serviced the car, including over 50,000 dollars of maintenance and
upgrades. The V12 was rebuilt by a specialist, plus the 3-speed
manual transmission, water pump, wide whitewall tires, brakes,
wiring harness, radiator re-cored, fuel tank, starter, wheel
cylinders, carb, and much more. Three on the tree. Hydraulic
windows work fine. It had 58,411 miles at the time of purchase and
has only 58,756 now, having been driven sparingly. kept it in a
climate-controlled garage under a tan covercraft cover (included).
This fun driving 1948 Lincoln Continental for sale is ready to head
on down to the local cruise-in, drive-in movie, and show. To view
the car in greater detail, including 100+ HD photos and HD video,
please visit www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For more information
please call the Dallas showroom at 817-310-9400 or e-mail us at
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