1948 Lincoln Continental
"After the attack on Pearl Harbor, Continental production was suspended, to be re-started in 1946-1948. Like the other post-war Lincolns, however, the Continental had similar bits of trim added to make it look improved. Walnut trim was added in 1947.
The 1939-1948 Continental is recognized as a "Full Classic" by the Classic Car Club of America, one of the last-built cars to be so recognized. The 1948 Continental had the last V12 engine put in an American car."
There are over 120 pictures of this car in the ad below, including detailed exterior, interior, engine, trunk and undercarriage.� Please let them load on your computer, it will take some time because of the size.
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� There really is not a lot to say about this one, the pictures tell it all!� This is one of the few cars that actually look as good in person as in the pictures, maybe better.� Please let all the pictures load (there are over 130) to see the fine condition of this very rare Lincoln.� Found in the mid 90's stored in an old garage, resurrected and restored (at a cost of over $45,000.00) to original condition and completed in 2007, this Lincoln is one of only 452 produced for 1948. The body was redone in the original Pace Car Yellow and all exterior chrome and trim was either replaced or redone. The interior was redone with a Lebaron Bonny upholstery kit and the engine was completely rebuilt with some new maintenance items over the last few years. This old Lincoln� rides, handles and looks terrific and would be at home in any auto museum.� For all the car guys out their what follows are all the important details;
Body Type; Convertible
Engine; 292 CI V-12
Horse Power; 130
Transmission; 3-Speed Manual with Overdrive
Power Convertible Top;
Color; Pace Car Yellow
Included in the sale will be receipts totaling over $45,000.00 for the restoration, photo documentation before and during the restoration and a custom car cover.
Please remember that this car is 66 years old and not perfect.�� The paint has some VERY MINOR imperfections too small to see in the pictures and the wipers are inoperable.
THE CAR IS LOCATED IN COAL CITY, ILLINOIS 60416
Disclaimer;� This is a privately owned vehicle and the above information was provided by the owner.� We can make no guarantee as to the accuracy of the information.� All vehicles are sold "AS-IS" and "WHERE IS" with no express, written, or implied warranty, representation, or guarantee (including, but not limited to; warranties of merchantability and/or fitness for a particular purpose). We shall not be responsible for the correct description, authenticity, genuineness or defects herein and make no warranty in connection therewith.� Any descriptions or representations are for identification purposes only and are not to be construed as a warranty of any type.� It is the responsibility of the buyer to have thoroughly inspected the vehicle as to the condition and value and to purchase based solely upon that judgement.� Seller assumes no responsibility for any repairs regardless of any oral statements about this vehicle.� Seller is not responsible for typographical errors, printing errors, or omissions.� The description above is for information purposes only and if you elect to forgo a personal inspection, we can make no guarantees as to your satisfaction with the vehicle. The seller shall make every reasonable attempt to disclose any known defects associated with this vehicle prior to the close of sale and we make a concerted effort to describe all items accurately, but do not expressly or implicitly guarantee the accuracy or adequacy of any description.
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