1969 Lincoln Continental Mark III 69 running driving car Diamond Blue 460

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Technical specifications

Type:2 door hardtop
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Interior Color:Blue
Engine:460 V-8
Trim:Mark III
Number of Cylinders:8
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Resto ready Mark III, original paint, Light blue, (Diamond Blue) with factory black vinyl top and navy blue leather interior. Loaded with options, factory air conditioning is all in tact, not sure what works and what doesn't, but the car does run nice and drives very well. The original 460-4bbl does smoke at an idle, so I'm sure it needs at the very least a set of pre-hardened valve seals. Power brakes seem to work very well, and the transmission shifts very nicely. I would not recommend driving it home however, as the tires are a bit dry rotted. When I aquired the car, it was missing the front seats, the driver's side door panel and the door innards. I located the brown seats and the door panel out of a '71, and the entire door is in the trunk with a good window regulator and window motor in it. You also get another window, and all the extra parts in the trunk. Several sets of window switches as well. Again, not sure what works and what doesn't. This car is a project, not something to jump in and drive to work tomorrow. The very bottom of the trunk floor is rotted, passenger side front floor pan, and driver's side rear floor pan is rotted, bottom of door skins and bottom of the outer quarter panels are rotted. There is also a spot of rot on each quarter near the tail lights. It's rusty around the trunk vent as well as the trunk lid. Again, it's a project, but not too far gone. Frame is excellent, as is the entire front clip. The running gear alone is worth what I'm looking to get out of this. Car must be paid for in full within three days after the auction's end, cash or bank transfer. A non-refundable $200 deposit is due within 24 hours of the auction's end, via paypal. If you don't want to restore one of these, then please look at one of the ten thousand dollar ones. 

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