For Sale: 1964 Lincoln Continental in Stevens Point, Wisconsin

Vehicle Description

1964 Lincoln Continental

I've owned this car since February, 2018. This car was never intended as a flip car, or a quick turn around. I built it for myself, to have something awesome that was exactly how I wanted it. It's been my baby since I've owned it. I purchased it from a guy out in Tucson, AZ. it's never seen WI winter or crappy WI roads. The underside is clean, and not a rusty mess. I took the photos/videos on February 15th, 2024, as you can see, it snowed that day earlier on, and there was snow flying off the trees and buidings in the wind.

This car has over $93,500 into it. That doesn't include the hundreds of hours of my own time put into making it what it is.
Here's what's been done to it:

Air Ride by BC Fab. Install on that, and most other labor on car/engine by Gregg's Speed Shop in Weyauwega, WI.
New upholstery from Pro Fit Auto Interiors, done to match the stock style.
New seat belts.
New carpet by Stock Interiors.
Door panels remade to stock style using new upholstery and carpet by Interstate Custom Interiors.
Brakes upgraded to modern disc brakes all the way around. Supplied by Class Disc Brakes. New brake lines throughout. New booster, proportioning valve, and master cylinder.
Neutral Safety Switch, Lower Shift Column Bushing, Lower Shift Tube Bushing, and Seering Coupling replaced.
Engine / transmission lift kit from Devious Customs.
Timing kit update/upgrade by Car ID. New gears, timing chain, etc.
Fresh paint in 2023. I had the antenna hole filled over and removed during that, so you can't see any trace of it. Work done by Beversdorf Garage in Wittenberg, WI.
New muffler system from the engine, to the tail pipes.
All rubber door, hood, and trunk seals replaced with new provided by Steele Rubber.
Newly chromed bumpers from Classic Car Chrome Plating.
Rebuild of all electrical door and seat switches by LaFore Lincoln.
Big wheels and custom white walls by Mob Steel.
Replacement of all engine gaskets.
New fuel sending unit.
All vacuum hose throughout car replaced.
New Edelbrock carb installed.
New front end tie rod ends.
LED tail lights.
New glove box liner.
It's been years, so I'm sure I'm forgetting some things there.

There's a bunch of extras / odds and ends that are included with it:
I'm including an LED halo headlight kit with the car, unless I get around to installing before I sell it (it's been too cold to get out and do any real work on the thing yet this year). The original jack, and it's associated components. A high quality car cover made specifically for this vehicle. Extra rolls of carpet, trunk liner, and upholstery leather. I also have oddments like the original seat belts, the antenna motor with the antenna, and stuff like that (there's a whole box/bin of stuff).

Regardless, I've been through this car in every which way, and it's fantastic. Could you do more to it? Sure. You could drop a sound system in there (I've always used a medium sized bluetooth sound box that pulls power from one of the cigarette lighters and goes way louder than I need.). My next move was going to be a motor swap, with a Gen 1 Coyote motor. The stock motor runs and drives great, but the car is at a point where it's ready for something next level. The only other stuff I'd do it would be small odds and ends like install the LED headlights, maybe swap the grille with a fresh one, perhaps upgrade it to all electrical and ditch the vac lines (I've considered this, but since I replaced all the vac lines early on, it's low priority on my list). I was also planning on building a center console to put a drink or two, a phone, and the air ride controller into; wrapping it in the same leather as the uphostery, using the extra stuff I have for it. There's always something you find to do. If you don't want to do anything to it, it's set. The car looks and drives fantasticly.

Why am I selling?
I sold my house, and my shop is going with it. I have to be out by May 3rd, and my only other option for this for the time being is to put in a storage unit where it'll sit for a year plus (and cost me $95 per month to store). I'm self employed, and don't have a ton of time to even drive this thing. In all of 2023, I had it out once, and that was a drive home from the paint shop with is about an hour from where I live. It sat in the paint show from February through late October of 2023, and the driving season here is not that long (we trailered it out there, and weather was nice so I got to drive it home). I never even bothered to put the 2023 license plate sticker on the thing. I spend way more time thinking about this thing, and planning what I want to do with it next; rather than driving and actually enjoying it. It seems sad to have such a gem sitting around not getting the love it needs.

Asking $88,500, OBO. I'm open to listening to offers. I do have $93,522.57 into this car.

Vehicle Details

  • 1964 Lincoln Continental
  • Listing ID: CC-1817732
  • Price: $84,900 (OBO)
  • Location:Stevens Point, Wisconsin
  • Year:1964
  • Make:Lincoln
  • Model:Continental
  • Exterior Color:Beige
  • Interior Color:Beige
  • Transmission:Manual
  • Odometer:50401
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