Welcome to Street Dreams in Texas as we celebrate our 19th year in the classic and muscle car business. We usually carry classic and muscle cars. However we are not against taking in a low mileage late model vehicle. This is probably one of the smoothest riding cars you have ever road in. Feels like youre floating on air. This car sits at under 27k miles. One of our employees owned one back in the day which he put over 230k miles on. Then sold it for the same he had bought it for with 100k! Wow! Talk about holding its value. This car has some nice luxuries such as ac, power windows, power steering, power brakes, overdrive, cruise, am/fm radio, electric seats. There is more! If you have interest in this vehicle give us a call so we can discuss the vehicle further with you. This 2 owner classic rear wheel drive luxury car was sold new in San Antonio, Texas then went to Blanco, Texas for a few years and then traded to us. It retains its original window sticker, manuals and so forth. The 4.6 Litre V8 performs well and backed by electronic overdrive transmission sends her smoothly down the highway. The color is called Crystal Blue Pearl metallic over white leather. Street Dreams is a full service dealership that can assist with worldwide delivery, insurance, and financing options.
1978 Lincoln Continental Town Coupe If it was the late 70s and you wanted a luxury automobile with all the bells and whistles then there is a good chance you would be cruising around town in a Lincoln Continental. These cars were a series of luxury vehicles packed with all the modern features available during the time period. They have stood the test of time and continue to marketed against the top of the line luxury cars of today like BMWs, Audis, Cadillacs and Mercedes Benz. When a car started being produced in 1939 and is still in production today you know they must being doing something right! This very cool 1978 Lincoln Continental Town Car is a nice classic that has been adult owned since new. It has been very well cared for and has 78,225 original miles. For the past few decades the car has been driven very little but does get started to keep everything running well. It is a 2 owner car that was purchased by the current owner in the mid 90s. It is always stored indoors. The body is in good shape with no major rust issues and coated in its original Chamois paint which pairs perfectly with the Burgundy vinyl top. These cars wore a lot of chrome/trim pieces all of which are nicely mounted in place with a nice shine. The front hideaway headlights still function properly and sit to each side of the original squared grill. The original wheels and hubcaps ride under all four corners and are wrapped with thin white wall tires. Powering the car is the original 460 V8 motor which has no problem getting this big car moving. It starts up well and drives well. It is paired with an automatic transmission that moves through the gears smoothly. All of the comforts you could ask for are in place like power steering, power brakes and AC so it is a very comfortable driver that just glides down the road. The interiors on these cars were very well done and built for comfort. In 78 Lincoln wanted to cut weight and refresh the look of the interiors so the steel frame dashboard was replaced with plastic. The interior on this car is done in a nice Burgundy and is in great shape. One look inside and you can tell interiors were an important feature on the Continental. The seats are plush with extra padding, the dashes featured woodgrain trim and everything was built with luxury in mind. All of the interior pieces on this car are original and how it would have come from the factory. The trunk of the car is nicely carpeted and houses the spare. If you are in the market for a cool vintage luxury classic that doesnt break the bank then look no further! This very well cared for Continental could be yours for $13,500.00! MUST SELL! BIG REDUCTION DOWN TO $9,500.00!
1961 Lincoln Continental Custom The Lincoln was first commissioned in 1939 by Edsel Ford and used as a convertible vacation vehicle with the goal to attract potential Lincoln buyers towards a new full size luxury car. Many actually give the Lincoln credit as introducing an entirely new style of vehicle known as the personal luxury car. The model "Continental" was given due to some of its European stylings and they proved to be a popular vehicle as it lasted for 8 decades. Between 1961 and 1976 they were actually the only model produced by Lincoln. This cool Continental is from the first year of the 4th generation and while it is still Lincolns personal luxury car this one definitely adds to that with customizations that make it look really tough. It has been completely blacked out from front to rear which includes all of the chrome, trim, and emblems. When it pulls up you can almost imagine a super villain or mobster stepping out. Ask younger hotrodders or your kid about this style and you will learn it is considered "murdered out." Whatever you call it I think we can all agree it looks good. Just imagine how much time and effort is put into making every little piece Black! These cars always have a really cool stance with their long bodies and sleek styling. The only thing cooler is opening it up to reveal the factory suicide rear doors. Black spoke wheels ride under all four corners of the car and work perfectly with the overall look. Pop the forward opening hood and you will see the original style 430 V8 motor that runs well. Everything has mostly a stock appearance with the motor except for the Black circle air cleaner. All of these cars came with a 3 speed automatic transmission and this one moves through the gears with no issues. All of the brakes and suspension components are stock but are working well without problems. The interior of the car is complete in Black and the upholstery on the seats has been redone. It has a split bench up front with folding arm rest and the same in the rear. The dash is all stock with the original style gauges, knobs, switches, etc. It has factory power windows, power seats and air conditioning. The dash pad is a little faded but would be a pretty minor fix should you decide to change it out. These cars are pretty popular and Continentals have a following all their own. It is pretty common to see them priced in the 40K range and higher depending on the level of restoration. If you are looking for a cool cruiser at a great price...THIS IS IT! Sit behind the wheel of this cool Continental for $19,500.00! NOW REDUCED DOWN TO $17,500.00!
You wont find many rides that capture the styling sensibilities of their era as ably as this 1978 Lincoln Continental Mark V does. A seriously cool ride sporting a great exterior color, its a veritable rolling homage to the flash and flamboyance of the late 70s. Some well-focused structural work was performed just a few years back to help strengthen it for the future and the magnetic curb appeal of this roomy cruiser is undeniable. Coming in at a full 230 inches - thats just short of 20 feet - the Mark V has the distinction of being the longest coupe ever to leave a Ford assembly line. Its an awesome sight to behold - its length makes an immediate impact on you, and you cant help but think that it must have been a bold declaration to the effect that, Gas prices are soaring and fuel will soon be scarce, but for now, you shall cruise in comfort! This attention magnet is clad in a tranquil blue shade thats an effective counterpoint to the flash of its exterior and is in pretty strong shape, as well. There are some great visual features on display here - its hard to get much cooler than an opera window and the one here is surrounded by vinyl that was replaced not long ago, so its looking its best. Step up to the front of the car and youll see a pair of well-aligned hidden headlights straddling a stately center grille and a high-standing hood ornament over a nice straight bumper. Journey to the back of the car by way of its lengthy front fenders and generously proportioned doors and youll be greeted with an awesome vinyl covered accent on the deck lid that matches the color of the roof above. This is one stylish vehicle. The blue cloth interior inside the doors is also a great visual representative of its time. Both the extra-wide front buckets and rear bench seat feature tuck and roll surfaces reminiscent of a well-padded sofa, with no tears to be found, though some upholstery cleaner will likely pay some dividends here. The dash area sports some nice-looking woodgrain accents and a pad across the top that shows no major issues, even after all these years, and an AM radio sits at the center with an 8-track player just underneath to provide a proper late 70s audio vibe. The air conditioning is blowing with plenty of conviction to fill the sizable cabin with cool air to keep you and your passengers comfortable. As youd expect from the proportions of the cabin, theres no shortage of legroom in back. Even with the full-sized spare tucked inside, theres also all kinds of room in the trunk. Underneath the considerable hood a sizable 460 cubic inch V8 sits in an engine bay whose own tape measure worthy dimensions leave the powerplant with plenty of room between the shock towers. Though everything inside remains in stock configuration, the components look surprisingly fresh - both the air cleaner and valve covers sport a vibrant blue and the hoses and wiring look to be in good shape. The outsized big block teams with a 3-speed automatic transmission to provide just the low-effort driving experience youd want in a lengthy cruiser like this. Power steering makes navigating this land yacht a breeze, while power disc brakes at all four corners provide it with dependable stops as it cruises on its set of 15 stock Lincoln rims, wrapped with American Classic whitewall radials with a fitting, era-appropriate look. This 1978 Lincoln Continental Mark V represents the chance to own an iconic car that stood nobly by to provide luxury as an entire automotive era drew to a close. Call today!
1977 Lincoln Mark V. VIN 7Y89A911612. Nice, clean, original low mileage car (52k actual miles). 460ci V8, automatic transmission, power steering, power 4 wheel disc brakes, air-conditioning, power windows, power door locks, power seat, tilt steering, cruise control. Runs and drives great. Well maintained, garage kept. This is a great example of a vintage Mark series Lincoln. Rare find. ** Please call us at 940-632-9454 to discuss the vehicle. **Yes - WE TAKE TRADES. If you have a trade-in, please send photos of your trade, detailed information about your trade and the price you're looking to get for your trade.If you do not include this with your trade offer I will not respond. All sales will be subject to document and state fees. All Texas residents will be subject to sales tax, document fees and state registration fees. By state law, all vehicles older than 10 years are sold as "mileage exempt", true mileage unknown.
The last of the '67 Ford Shelby GT500 EXP notchback coupes known as "Little Red" is set for restoration
BID ONLINE for this vehicle at Bid.WheelerAuctionGroup.com Gorgeous, ALL ORIGINAL, UNRESTORED 1989 Lincoln Town Car Signature Series with just 26,667 ORIGINAL MILES on it. It is finished in a Twilight Blue Metallic on the exterior with an impeccable Dark Blue Velour Interior, topped off with a Factory Full Coach Roof. It is loaded. Some of the options include Tilt Steering Wheel, Dual Comfort Power Seats, Cruise Control, Power Windows, Power Locks, Power Mirrors, Automatic Headlamps and High Beams, Auto Trunk Opener, Ambient Temperature Indicator, AM/FM Cassette Radio and much more. This car is a time capsule. It drives and floats down the road wonderfully. Investment quality. Original cars are getting harder and harder to find. They are only original once! Bid to own and enjoy this beauty! Vehicle is located in New Jersey, USA. Bidder/Buyer is responsible for pickup and/or shipping from this location to wherever they want it shipped to.
BID AND WIN this vehicle on www.WheelerAuctionGroup.com Absolutely gorgeous Signature Series Town Car with only two owners since new, and same owner since 1990! Everything you would expect, and in one of the prettiest colors available in 1989. Runs, rides, and drives like new. Always garaged kept, stored winters, and pampered. Original window sticker and owners manuals included. Power everything, whisper quiet on the highway, and the most luxurious way to take your next road trip. Vehicle is located in Wisconsin, USA. Bidder/Buyer is responsible for pickup or shipping from this location to wherever they want it shipped to.
One owner original car with 55,000 actual miles. Always garaged and like new! Loaded up with options including power windows, locks, seats, leather interior, A/C & AM/FM. White with buckskin interior.
1930 Lincoln Town Car. Powered by a 348.8 ci 60 DegreeV, L Head Eight, making 90 HP at 2800 RPM, backed by a 3-speed manual transmission. This car is done in a classic Navy Blue and Black with a Tan/brown cloth interior, both in excellent condition. The cream colored wire wheels and wide whitewalls look very appropriate on this Lincoln. Wood steering wheel and window trim is all in excellent condition. This is a restored piece of mechanical history. You could get in the Linclon and be chauffeured anywhere! Shown by Appointment only. Please call to schedule your appointment today.
1973 Lincoln 4-door. PS, PB, Power seats and windows. Shows very well. Everything works except clock. Have to see and drive it to appreciate it.
In 1902 Henry M. Leland was charged with appraising the assets of The Henry Ford Company prior to its liquidation. Rather than liquidate the stocks Leland suggested the firm reorganize and build a new car based on an engine he had previously designed for Olds. Henry Ford was forced out and the new company was reorganized as Cadillac. Leland applied lessons he learned in the firearms business to automobile production particularly in the use of interchangeable parts. Leland sold Cadillac to General Motors in 1909 but remained in charge keeping Cadillac at the forefront of the automobile industry. A dispute with Billy Durant over the production of Liberty Aircraft engines led to Leland and his son-in-law departing from Cadillac in 1916. Leland secured a ten-million-dollar grant and soon started a new company named for his hero Abraham Lincoln. They built Liberty engines for the war effort; however the Armistice came before Lincoln could fully establish itself so the Lelands fell back on making what they knew best luxury automobiles.The Lincoln Model L was Henry Leland s first production car debuting in September 1920. The L was technically excellent with its fork-and-blade 60-degree V8 torque tube drive and robust chassis. Leland s perfectionism delayed production with the car debuting at the start of a post-war recession. The styling was also seen as dowdy and lacking the suitable Jazz-Age flamboyance that was necessary on such a pricey automobile. Initial sales were slow and financial troubles hit the company hard. Despite Leland s vehement opposition the board elected to sell Lincoln to Henry Ford for $8 million. Ford perhaps acting in retribution soon displaced Leland and assigned his son Edsel to head the new division. Edsel unlike his father understood the importance of style and he designed a new body for the L-series also improving the handling by fitting hydraulic shock absorbers. Production was streamlined saving vast amounts of money and turning Lincoln into a profitable business in less than a year all while producing a superior product despite Henry Leland s fears to the contrary.The V8 Lincoln L would continue to be a mainstay of the lineup for the remainder of the 1920s. It would of course see numerous improvements along the way. By 1929 it was reaching the end of its run and benefitted from the years of refinement by Ford s engineers. The antiquated styling was a thing of the past replaced by handsome sweeping lines designed under Edsel s supervision. No fewer than thirty-nine different bodies were available from the factory or America s finest coachbuilders including Dietrich Willoughby LeBaron and Brunn. The technical spec was mostly unchanged from 1928 except for some subtle mechanical refinements made to the chassis. Today the Lincoln L is a favorite among classic-era enthusiasts for its excellent road manners respectable power and understated elegance.This 1929 Lincoln L is a truly stunning example and one of just eight cars to wear this fantastic Convertible Victoria coachwork by Dietrich. A sporty and elegant car the Lincoln was reportedly first owned by Mr. Roberts who an early celebrity hair stylist. By the 1950s the Lincoln was discovered in a New York City parking garage and by 1970 had been acquired by Ken Kenewell. Mr. Kenewell is a longtime classic era enthusiast with a particular fondness for these early Lincolns. In the 1990s the car was treated to a meticulous restoration to beautiful concours standards and was shown at the 1999 Pebble Beach Concours d Elegance. Also it earned a CCCA Senior Premier award (No. 133) an AACA Grand National First prize in 1999 and is featured in Beverly Rae Kimes book The Classic Era.Since its restoration this car has been maintained in exceptional condition. Finished in handsome two-tone warm gray accented with red Buffalo wire wheels (an option in 1929) and dark red coach stripes this is undoubtedly one of the most attractive and fascinating open Lincoln designs of the era. The paint quality is outstanding with impeccable quality finish work and fine detailing. Chrome plating is also excellent remaining in incredible condition since the restoration. The body is minimally adorned with just a Greyhound mascot dual side-mount spares dual cowl lamps and a fitted trunk for a clean and crisp look.The interior is particularly elegant with individual armchair seats trimmed in gray Bedford cord cloth with vibrant dark red leather piping and backing. Like the exterior the interior is exceptionally well-preserved and presents in excellent condition. Upholstery shows minimal use with only some very light wearing on the front seat cushions visible on close inspection. Front floors are finished in gray linoleum while the rear passenger compartment is carpeted in red. For additional luggage capacity the rear seats cleverly fold out of the way transforming the car into a sporty two-seater. Interior hardware and fittings are in excellent order from the restored original instruments to the beautiful wood steering wheel and the fine nickel-plated hardware. The intriguing top configuration gives the car a convertible coupe look with its removable rear quarter windows which are also hinged for ventilation. Folding the roof and stowing the side windows gives this Lincoln a decidedly sporty appeal.Lincoln s 60-degree V8 is one of the great engines of the era. Noted for its smoothness and precision it produces 90 horsepower at 2800 rpm and sends power through a 3-speed sliding gear transmission and torque-tube driveshaft. The engine presentation is outstanding with correct clamps hardware and finishes on the crankcase cylinder blocks and heads. Some of the finish has baked-off the manifolds in places which is not uncommon given the car has been carefully enjoyed since its restoration but the overall presentation remains very impressive.This handsome and exceptionally rare Lincoln represents the best that Ford Motor Company had to offer in 1929 as well as highlighting Raymond Dietrich s exquisite craftsmanship and unique style. The fabulous restoration has been lovingly maintained and this car remains in truly stunning condition still suitable for concours events or for CCCA CARavan Tours. As one of just eight built this represents a unique opportunity to acquire an impeccably restored and breathtaking Full Classic Lincoln.
In the early 1930s Ford s lineup was facing some significant deficiencies. Edsel Ford who had regularly shown a much sharper eye for market trends than his pragmatic father recognized the tremendous gap between Ford s Deluxe models and the ultra-exclusive coachbuilt Lincoln K series. One result of the Great Depression was that fewer buyers were willing or able to incur the expense of a custom coachbuilt car and Ford needed a mid-range luxury car to meet the demand in this new and important market segment. General Motors had already found great success with the stylish LaSalle to such a degree that it threatened the very existence of Cadillac. While Ford was a bit late the party their all-new Lincoln-Zephyr debuted in 1935 as a 1936 model positioned as the style-leader at Ford Motor Company and their first true mass-production luxury car. The new Zephyr was priced considerably lower than the traditional coachbuilt K-series but offered prestige and style in abundance. Edsel chose to power the Zephyr with a newly designed V12 engine which would offer the prestige of the K-series but at a far more reasonable price.In order to keep costs in check much of the new engine s architecture was shared with the bread-and-butter Ford flathead V8. The silky smooth 70-degree V12 boasted 110hp from 267 cubic inches which was updated from 1940 to 292 cubic inches and 120 horsepower. In 1940 the Zephyr would form the basis of the higher-priced more powerful Continental which would shape Lincoln s future lineup well into the post-war period.The Zephyr was as innovative as it was beautiful. The platform was engineered by John Tjaarda who developed a light and strong structure that was a precursor to modern unitary construction. Edsel Ford teamed up with his enormously talented friend Eugene T. Bob Gregorie to design the gorgeous streamlined body which is characterized by its pronounced prow waterfall-like grilles and pencil-thin chrome detailing that subtly highlights the curvaceous lines. A masterpiece of the Streamline Moderne School of design the Zephyr is often credited as the first commercially successful American streamlined car especially when compared to the relative failure of the Chrysler Airflow. Particularly when in three-window coupe form as presented here the Lincoln Zephyr is considered by many to be one of the most beautiful mass-produced American automobiles of all time.This handsome 1940 Lincoln Zephyr is one of just 1256 examples of the elegant three-window coupe produced. This is a lovely car that was treated to a restoration some time ago and appears to have enjoyed careful use since. The understated Lincoln Maroon paintwork suits the flowing lines of the Zephyr and the quality of the finish is excellent with a deep luster to the single-stage paint. Bodywork is excellent showing consistent panel fit and crisp detailing. Exterior brightwork consists of a mix of very good original pieces and restored items. The bumpers appear to have been restored and present very good order while some of the smaller items and stainless steel trim appear original. Factory correct steel wheels wear Zephyr wheel covers and trim rings and are shod with recent Firestone wide-whitewall tires.As the sportiest body style of the Zephyr lineup the three-window coupe allows seating for two or three across the front only with abundant room for luggage either behind the seat or in the generous trunk. High-quality maroon broadcloth fabric is used on the seats door cards and headlining. The excellent soft trim appears essentially unworn and is accented with factory correct gold-plated fittings and hardware. Like the body the dash is heavily influenced by the Art Deco movement with its clear simple instrumentation and the finely detailed waterfall speaker grille. The trunk is lined with what appears to be original carpet and it houses the correct spare wheel along with the original jack and a rarely-seen factory tool kit.Lincoln s 292 cubic inch V12 presents in lovely condition dressed with appropriate clamps fittings original oil-bath air cleaner and an original FoMoCo oil filter canister. The engine runs well sending its turbine-smooth 120 horsepower through a column-shifted three-speed manual gearbox. Like the engine bay the undercarriage is also remarkably clean and well sorted. Despite its considerable size the Zephyr was a surprisingly capable car for its day. Relatively low weight and a rigid body contributed to confident handling and outstanding ride characteristics while the silky V12 provides ample motivation for high-speed cruising. This particular example is very enjoyable to drive and would be a welcome addition to any collection of streamline or Art Deco-era automobiles.
The prestigious Model K served as Lincoln Motor Car Company s flagship model throughout the 1930s. When introduced in 1931 the K hit the showrooms featuring a new 145-inch wheelbase chassis and a 348.8 cubic inch V8 engine. While the V8 provided more than adequate performance for most clients Lincoln felt the pressure from Cadillac and Packard to offer an engine of greater than eight cylinders. Ford Motor Company responded to the Cadillac V12 and Packard Twin-Six with its own V12 engine for the Model KB in 1932. With that the K-series then split into two separate ranges with the KA carrying over the V8 engine and the KB featuring the new 448 cubic inch V12. The early years of the Great Depression meant slow sales but the V12 had a halo effect on the rest of the range and it remained a vital part of the Lincoln lineup throughout the 1930s keeping the company at the sharp end of the luxury car market even during these difficult economic times.By 1937 the junior model Zephyr had joined the range as a bridge between top-line Fords and the prestigious Model K. The Zephyr was also powered by a V12 engine albeit of smaller displacement. Despite decreasing demand Lincoln continued to offer the Model K for high-end buyers who now had a choice of 17 different custom body styles. The basic styling was simple but elegant with art-deco inspired teardrop headlamps that were faired-in to the streamlined fenders and V-shaped windscreens were fitted on all standard bodies. On the mechanical side the 414 cubic inch flathead V-12 engine was updated with hydraulic lifters and a revised camshaft then placed further forward in the chassis to allow for more passenger room. Buyers could select from the 136 wheelbase chassis (with six catalog bodies) or the impressive 145 chassis with a dizzying array of seventeen different bodies available.From his position at the helm of Lincoln Edsel Ford entrusted a select number of coachbuilders to supply catalog bodies for the beautiful new flagship. Edsel had a keen eye for style and he partnered with four independent coachbuilders - Judkins Brunn Willoughby and LeBaron - whom he had determined could offer the type of craftsmanship and sophisticated style that suited the exclusive Model K. In an effort to reduce overlap between the body companies each firm worked within their respective specialty. For example Judkins focused on closed sports sedans and coupes. Brunn offered their distinct Touring Cabriolet and Convertible Sedan (among others) while Willoughby of Utica New York offered a diverse portfolio including the razor-edge Panel Brougham streamlined Sports Sedan and the exquisitely proportioned Seven-Passenger Touring Car. Willoughby cars found particular favor with wealthy buyers who appreciated their superior craftsmanship. Even with the prestige of a V12 and marvelous streamline styling Lincoln sold just 977 units of the Model K that year as buyers favored the less expensive Zephyr.This lovely 1937 Lincoln K is one of just seven cars fitted with Willoughby s Seven-Passenger Touring coachwork of which only three are known to survive. This automobile comes to us from the estate of a prominent collector of Classic Era automobiles and it presents in tidy attractive condition benefitting from recently sorted mechanicals. He purchased this car out of Connecticut in 2017 from a long-term owner who had the car in his possession for over sixty years. Upon acquiring the Lincoln it was shipped directly to the workshop of expert restorer Fran Roxas in Chicago for a complete rebuild of the 414 cubic-inch V12 engine. A breathtaking car in style and scale this Lincoln K is ideally suited for touring. The body wears a pleasing patina in contrast with the fully detailed engine. It is believed the car was repainted in approximately 2001 however some imperfections and touch-ups are visible in areas. The overall appearance is that of a well-loved driver s car that is full of character. The car rides on original-style steel artillery wheels with chrome hubcaps and wide whitewall tires. Willoughby s gorgeous coachwork is left relatively unadorned with just a Greyhound mascot and dual side-mount spare wheels (with body-color covers) checked off the accessory list. The sweeping lines of the coachwork are mirrored in the shape of the convertible top and the unique cut-down side windows. With a 145-inch wheelbase it is a large car yet beautifully proportioned and elegant in profile.The condition of the interior aligns well with the cosmetics featuring black leather upholstery on the all seats including the hide-away opera seats. Interior panels and door cards are also trimmed in the same material maintained in similarly good condition with an inviting appealing character to it. Fittings switches and controls all appear in mostly original condition. The dash does show some cracking and flaking in the finish; however the original instruments seem to be in good order. The tan canvas top is in excellent condition and it includes fitted canvas boot and a set of matching side curtains.The period-correct 414 cubic-inch V12 is entirely rebuilt and detailed to a very high standard by Mr. Roxas. The alloy cylinder heads are polished to a mirror finish and ancillaries such as the air cleaner wear gorgeous gloss-black paint. Correct plumbing and fittings feature throughout the engine bay. Aside from looking outstanding the engine runs beautifully and feels very much on the button and ready for enjoyment. The remainder of the chassis and undercarriage appears very original and mostly unrestored. Some surface corrosion can be found; however it appears sound and in keeping with a drivable usable tour car.With only three examples known to exist this dramatic Willoughby-bodied Lincoln is sure to be a welcome addition to virtually any Classic Era collection. With its fresh professionally rebuilt engine and understated charm this approved Full Classic is well-suited to use in CCCA CARavan tours or numerous other events where the smooth and effortless power of the Lincoln K can be fully appreciated.
Rare find. A beauty. Garaged.
Exceptionally rare Lincoln KA 522-A Coupe! Restored in original Black over Tan mohair! 49,881 documented original miles! Long-term ownership history! $45k in receipts in the last four years! Mechanically sound and ready for judging/driving events! CCCA Full Classic! 1934 Lincoln KA522-A Background: Introduced in 1931 to replace Lincolns aging Leland-era Model L, the Model K made quite a splash almost immediately! With new styling came increased sales and the revised 385ci V8 was among the smoothest, most powerful and largest engines that money could buy. For its sophomore year, the K-Series Lincolns split into two distinct subcategories: the KA, powered by last years V8 and riding on a 136 wheelbase, and the new flagship KB, powered by an all-new Lincoln/Ford 382ci V12 and riding on an extended 145 wheelbase. In 1934, the V12 was enlarged to 414ci and became the standard engine across the entire Model K line-up, which now distinguished KA and KB by wheelbase. 1934 Lincolns arrived with fresh sheet metal that bore resemblance to the 1934 Ford, only on a larger and more extravagant scale. Production totaled only 2,149 cars and was primarily limited to those requiring not only transportation but also a vehicle that made a statement. These cars remain incredibly collectible today for their clean lines, driving experience and their V12 heart, which to this day could be argued as one of Americas best pre-war examples! 1934 Lincoln KA522-A Info: We are excited to offer this Lincoln Model KA 522-A 3-Window 2/4 Passenger Rumble Seat Coupe! This particular example is finished in Black with a cashmere pinstripe over Tan mohair interior with hand-laid burled hardwood on the doors and dash. With coachwork designed by Dietrich and built by Murray, this car is also equipped with a rear-mount spare, further adding to the cars long, sweeping silhouette! Showing only 49,881 original miles and powered by its original numbers matching V12 (date stamped 10/19/33) with correct Bohnalite 29-stud aluminum heads, Stromberg EE-22 downdraft carburetor and three-speed floor-shift manual transmission (date stamped 11/24/33), it goes without saying that the driver should expect effortless torque and silky smooth gear changes. This is a car that has no trouble keeping up with traffic and is a delight to pilot down the road. Features and options on the car include golf bag door, Motorola Town & Country radio with steering column selection dial and under dash speaker, tinted glass and pivoted wind wings, greyhound hood ornament, fore/aft adjustable seat, courtesy light, visors with passenger vanity mirror, leather rumble seat, rumble seat footrest, rear parcel storage locker, stainless steel exhaust tip, locking tool kit in passenger front fender and more! The car rides on correct 40-spoke painted wire wheels with Lincoln hubcaps and Firestone 7.00-18 Heavy Duty 6-ply High Speed gum-dipped balloon wide whitewall tires. With 49,881 documented miles on the odometer, this KA has known long-term ownership since new! According to documentation, the car was ordered in December of 1933 and delivered in sunny Pasadena, California to Vito & Josephi Cimmarusti of Glendale in February 1934. They owned the vehicle until 1990 and it was serviced the last 30 years with family friend Sarge Schreiber, who would be the next owner to claim ownership rights when he purchased it with only 41,000 miles. It would go on to have several other owners (counting five in total) until arriving here in St. Louis. The Grand Lady has been consistently owned by Lincoln Owners Club members and has been shown extensively, taking home several best-in-class awards, most recently at the 2014 Western National Meet in Tacoma, Washington, where it received a sizable trophy for winning Best Primary Division honors (1921-1940 model years). The car is said to have been restored by Dick Scritchfield of Burbank, California some time ago and the single stage enamel paint can almost assure that it has been the better part of several decades since completion. Despite the limited mileage, time often proves to get the better of old machines and the several previous owners made their best efforts to make sure this car runs as good as it looks. We have over $45,000 in receipts beginning in December of 2010 that include major overhauls of almost every mechanical component of the car. In early 2011, the engine was bored .020 over with new valves and springs, zinc anodes installed, resurfaced heads, reconditioned rods/pistons and a rebuild of the original carburetor. The oil pan and fuel tank were removed and boiled and complemented with brand new fuel lines and pump. In late 2011, new gears were cut (ORF Corp.) for the rear end to improve highway cruising and the entire Timken 4200 rear axle was rebuilt and reinstalled. The brakes, cooling and oil systems were all rebuilt as well, comprising of a flushed radiator, rebuilt thermostat, and replacing of any and all frayed wires under the dash and hood. Through 2012-2013, the exhaust and many small suspension components were replaced with NOS units to ensure both correctness and fit and finish. The car remains in outstanding mechanical condition and is a pleasure to see in person. The paint and chrome could be called very good, especially considering their age. Upon closer inspection, it is possible to see the effects of the older enamel paint only in select areas but the car remains extremely presentable and the next owner wont be bashful to take the car to any Lincoln or pre-war judged events. The details are what really set the car apart from others quadruple hinged doors, roll-down rear window, tilt out windshield, passenger grab handle, perfectly symmetrical dash with matching left/right locking gloveboxes (locks patented 1925), polished fuel filler cap, correct left/right specific Flexbeam headlights by C.M. Hall Lamp Co of Detroit, Michigan, fender-mount parking lights, heavy duty Timken front/rear axles, and the list goes on! Included are a folder of receipts, owner notes and information, documentation on the cars life and several awards, trophies and plaques. Also included are a hand-fabricated aluminum hubcap tool and original 1934 Lincoln Book Of Instruction owners manual and operations guide. A superbly intricate car by any standards, it is an investment grade example and a rare one to boot. It is said to be one of only five with both a rumble seat and a rear-mount spare. Furthermore, this KA qualifies as a CCCA Full Classic and is eligible to participate in both regional and national judged and driving events. We would invite any interested parties to call with further questions or to schedule a viewing of this extraordinary KA! Thanks for looking!
Spectacular original conditionLike new condition!Collector owned from newDisplays only 912 miles!Antique Automobile Club of America (ACCA) senior award winner Lincoln and Continental Owner's Club national major award winner First production year Mark IV Continental (the most desirable year for the Mark IV)Documentation includes owner's manual and original internal window sticker!Recently servicedPerforms wonderfullyOne of the most factory original and lowest mileage examples in existence!A collector's dream!OPTIONS INCLUDE:Air conditioningPower windowsPower front seats with folding arm restsPower disc brakesPower steeringAM/FM stereo with power antennaOpera windowsWhitewall tires The 1972 Lincoln Continental Mark IV Coupe featured here is finished in its stunning original yellow finish over an incredibly preserved Light Gray Gold interior and Brown textured roof. This particular example has been collector owned since new and displays only 912 miles on the odometer! Coming from the most desirable year of Mark IV production, with the non-U.S. regulated bumper design, this Lincoln has been adorned with an AACA Senior Award in addition to a Major Award at a National Lincoln and Continental Owner’s club meet. Having also spent time as part of the Auto Collection at Imperial Palace in Las Vegas, this incredibly preserved Lincoln would be a welcome addition to any prominent collection. We are proud to offer this investment-grade 1972 Lincoln Continental Mark IV to the most astute investor or collector who appreciates low mileage and exceptional condition. Ready to make an investment that you can actually enjoy? Classic cars have proven to be among the most resilient and rewarding investments in recent years with the Historic Automobile Group Index (HAGI) jumping 39% in 2013, 16% in 2014 and 17% in 2015 while posting gains of 467% over the last 10 years. Please contact John Sherman, one of our expert sales consultants, at email@example.com or (314) 291-7000 for more information. He will be happy to give you a complete walk-around, supply you with a more detailed description and answer any questions you may have. Buy with confidence.
Spectacular like new condition!Displaying only 1,021 actual miles!Desirable Collector’s Series Continental SedanLimited edition one year only special edition modelThe last production year for the full size LincolnRecently released from a respected private collectionOptions include:Factory Air ConditioningGlass Panel Power SunroofPower SeatsPower wWndowsPower LocksCruise ControlAM/FM Stereo with Quadrasonic 8-Track Cassette With Power AntennaTurbine Style Alloy WheelsWhitewall TiresDoor Edge GuardsIncludes owner’s manual and unique Collector’s Series tool kitRecently servicedPerforms wonderfullyOne of the lowest mileage examples in existence!A collector’s dream!The 1979 Lincoln Continental Collector’s Series featured here is finished in stunning Dark Blue Metallic with a Midnight Blue full valino textured roof a matching Midnight Blue leather interior. This spectacular example was sold new in Cincinnati, Ohio, and was incredibly well preserved and maintained, acquiring less than 500 miles in 35 years! More recently, this Lincoln has spent several years in a respected private collection where it was occasionally driven and enjoyed. Now displaying 1,021 miles from new, this Continental is sure to bring many years of enjoyment to its future caretaker. We are proud to offer this incredible example to the most astute collector, investor or enthusiast who appreciates low mileage and limited edition motorcars. Classic cars have proven to be among the most resilient and rewarding investments in recent years with the Historic Automobile Group Index (HAGI) jumping 39% in 2013, 16% in 2014 and 17% in 2015 while posting gains of 467% over the last 10 years. Ready to make an investment you can actually enjoy? Please contact one of our expert sales consultants for more information. They will be happy to give you a complete walk-around, supply you with a more detailed description, and answer any questions you may have. Buy with confidence.Trades welcome! Financing available! Please visit www.schmitt.com to view our full inventory.
Gateway Classic Cars is pleased to offer this 1988 Lincoln Town Car for sale in their Indianapolis showroom. This black beauty has only had 2 families own her since new and has fewer than 49,000 miles! For generations, the Lincoln Town Car served as the flagship car for the Lincoln brand. Luxury, comfort, and size were the key components of the Town Car, and they delivered in all three categories! Soft leather, plush carpets, simulated wood accents, and plenty of space for up to 6 adults made for a wonderful cabin. Outside, the car has a long, sleek hood, with a shorter rear deck to give the Lincoln a look of coach-built Town Cars of the past. Power comes from Ford Motor Company s reliable 5.0L V8 engine, mated to a smooth shifting automatic overdrive transmission. The Town Car simply floats down the road, eating up miles of asphalt while the occupants ride in comfort. Full power equipment, automatic climate control, tilt wheel, cruise control, premium audio speakers, outside thermometer, padded vinyl roof, refinished turbine alloy wheels, all add to the pleasure of owning this Town Car. Recent upgrades include newer tires, transmission service, and regular maintenance. Be sure to visit our website, www.gatewayclassiccars.com to view 100+ HD pictures, as well as a short video of this Model A in action. Better yet, stop by our Indianapolis showroom and see this beauty in person. We re located at 4400 West 96th Street, Indianapolis, In. 46268. You can contact us directly at 317-688-1100. We look forward to seeing you on the showroom floor! http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/NDY/1078/1988-Lincoln-Town-Car
Gateway Classic Cars of Chicago is proud to have the last of the big Lincolns, A 1979 four door Collector Series Continental. This one owner car has only 25,688 miles! The great blue paint comes with the Lincoln option of matching painted rims for the inside spokes of the rims. This particular year has a nice 400 V8 engine and paired with an automatic 3 speed transmission. This vehicle includes the original widow sticker, original leather tool case, the Lincoln remote garage door opener, and even the dealership special umbrella that came with the vehicle straight off the lot. This last big Lincoln was appreciated by its one owner for its entire life. It was stored in a controlled garage, and is ready to be enjoyed. Look inside and you get the great blue interior that is still in great condition. Turn over the key fire the big V8 engine up turn on the A/C and get ready to be cruising in style! For more information on this clean 1979 Lincoln Continental Collector Series, contact our Chicago showroom at (708) 444-4488. Or email us at Chicago@GatewayClassicCars.com See more at: http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/CHI/1453/1979-Lincoln-Continental
For sale in our Fort Lauderdale showroom we have one clean, low mileage 1988 Lincoln Town Car Signature. This fine example of a late 80 s Town Car looks absolutely fantastic. With only two previous owners, the car is ready for a new owner that will continue the good care of this Lincoln. The story begins on the streets in Iowa. There you were able to see it driving by from 1988 until 2014. In mid 2014 it found its way down to the second owner in South Florida. Recently the car rolled into our showroom and we were all amazed at how clean it is. The Town Car shows a beautiful black exterior. The paint is in great condition and the vinyl top looks like brand new. Open the doors and you will ask yourself if this is really a car from the 80 s. Absolutely clean and gorgeous. The seats look like brand new. The chrome door handles show hardly any use. The wooden dash looks like the carpenter just put it in and the headliner sticks to the roof like new. But folks, the purpose of any car is to be driven and this luxury Lincoln drives amazingly. Those unpleasant extra errands ordered by your wife will suddenly become a pleasure. The 5.0L V8 engine runs like a saw machine and the transmission shifts smoothly through all gears. Cruising through town will have a new meaning in this car. If you are looking for one of the cleanest Town Cars that is available, look no further. You just found it. Of course, the car comes fully loaded. Hey, it s a Lincoln!!! To see 100+ HD pictures and a video of this 1988 Lincoln Town Car, please visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For more information or to schedule an appointment to view the car in person, please call the Fort Lauderdale showroom at (954) 227-4202 or email us directly at fortlauderdale@GatewayClassicCars.com See more at: http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/FTL/707/1988-Lincoln-Town-Car-Signature
Gateway Classic Cars of Louisville is proud to present one of the nicest Mark IV Lincolns you can find. Having only 28052 miles since new the entire vehicle has been kept in immaculate shape. The Lincoln Continental Mark IV is a two-door personal luxury coupe that was sold and marketed by the Lincoln division of Ford Motor Company from the 1972 to 1976 model years. Following the success of the Continental Mark III, Lincoln renewed the model line to again compete against the Cadillac Eldorado. Sharing the underpinnings and much of the roofline with the redesigned Ford Thunderbird for 1972, the Mark IV was given distinct body styling from the windows down. In addition, the Mark was distinguished by hidden headlights and the Continental spare tire trunk lid. Everything looks to be in good working order with the exception of the power antenna. This car was literally built for your personal luxury. The ride is soft and subtle, idle and acceleration is smooth while giving the car that big boat feel. Push the pedal and the 460 V8 will propel this large luxury 2 door car down the road with ease. Cars are not built like this any longer and you will be hard pressed to find one in this condition today. The features include, AC, AM/FM Radio 8-Track, Cruise Control, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Power Locks, Power Steering, Power Locks, Power Seats, Power Windows, Tilt Wheel, Seat Belts, Cloth Interior, and White Wall Radial Tires. This Beautiful Yellow 1976 Lincoln Mark IV is for sale in our Louisville Showroom and can be seen in greater detail including 100+ HD pictures and an HD Video at www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For additional information please call our knowledgeable staff at (812)294-1555 or email us at Louisville@GatewayClassicCars.com. If you would like to see it in person, come to our Louisville Showroom located at 13576 Blue Lick Rd., Memphis, IN 47143. http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/LOU/1777/1976-Lincoln-Continental-Mark-IV
Gateway Classic Cars of Chicago is proud to offer a handsome 1977 Lincoln Mark V. In the 1970s, a luxury car was all about presence. With gas costing just a few dimes per gallon, an expanding network of interstate highways, and a surviving obsession with cubic inches, this Lincoln is the epitome of 1970s American excess. With a body totaling nearly 20 feet long, and a hood about the size of a queen sized mattress, there is no shortage of... car. Pop that massive hood and youll uncover a 460 CID V8 which is more than capable of pulling this land yacht down the highway in style and comfort. The transmission is of course and automatic, and power everything (nearly) leaves the driver in control, yet completely relaxed. This is the type of car you can steer with one finger. This particular Mark V sports a white exterior with a white landau top. The interior features white leather upholstery to match as well as some blue accent pieces for a little contrast. The car is in good surviving original condition and has only 80,773 showing on the odometer. The car runs and drives nicely and would make a nice first collector car for someone, or a nice stylish daily driver which still has most of the modern creature comforts weve come to expect. You can see this lovely Mark V in greater detail in our Chicago location or at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. Please contact 708-444-4488 or Chicago@gatewayclassiccars.com with inquiries. See more at: http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/CHI/1354/1977-Lincoln-Continental-Mark-V