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  • 1948 Lincoln Continental Convertible

    1948 Lincoln Continental Convertible

    $14,125.00
    14 bids
    • 32 watching
    Produced in limited numbers beginning in 1940, only 847 Cabriolet's would be produced in this final year of 1948. This example is finished in tasteful Moss Green. This is a car that is a pleasure to d...
  • 1966 Lincoln Continental Convertible

    1966 Lincoln Continental Convertible

    $55,000.00
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    • 12 watching
    1966 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL CONVERTIBLE, ORIGINAL TRIPLE BLACK WITH ALL NEW DRIVETRAIN COMPONENTS. 91,000 ORIGINAL MILES WITH LESS THAN 1,000 ON NEW ENGINE. TOP AND ALL COMPONENTS SERVICED BY JOHN CASHMA...
  • 1966 Lincoln Continental 4 door

    1966 Lincoln Continental 4 door

    $17,700.00
    21 bids
    • 80 watching
    1966 Lincoln Continental convertible in nice condition. Laser straight paint job and great body lines. All doors and panels are aligned. Very dry undercarriage no rust anywhere. ALL THE POWER OPTIONS ...
  • 1967 Lincoln Continental

    1967 Lincoln Continental

    $6,500.00
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    • 15 watching
    Both have clear Florida titles, but I only have the one for the convertible in hand. The hard top was running and driving several months ago and I'm sure it still will. We never tried to start the con...
  • 1966 Lincoln Continental

    1966 Lincoln Continental

    $8,078.00
    24 bids
    • 61 watching
    A/C is a 10% value add on. Advice received from collectors, clubs, organizations and enthusiasts is that collection has value. Inherited 5 1966 Lincoln Continentals. Cars interior options were loaded.

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One of the great perks of owning a car company is that you can commission a brand new model for your vacation. The first Lincoln Continental was a one-off vehicle that had to be ready in time for company president Edsel Ford's 1939 spring vacation. The two-door sedan's elegant long hood covering the V12 engine, long front fenders, and short trunk made it such a hit that Ford could not keep the car to himself. The model went into production immediately, experiencing several facelifts until the last Lincoln Continental left the factory in 2002. The car's superb lines need virtually no trim, and the original Continental is often on lists of most beautiful vehicles ever made. If you have deep pockets, check out second-generation luxury Continentals. One of the most expensive cars at the time, they transported the rich and famous and still command a steep price. Classic Lincoln Continental convertibles from the 1960s are easy to recognize by their trademark back-opening rear doors. The 1964 Lincoln Continental is ideal if you want passengers to travel in comfort, with plenteous back seat legroom. You can find these automobiles on eBay in spectacular condition or in need of a little sprucing up with the right spare parts.