1958 Lincoln Continental for sale 101149506
1958 Lincoln Continental
$94,995
Kuyoth Klassics
(800) 539-5318
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1958 Lincoln Continental

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Classic Car Overview

Here we have a remarkable 1958 Lincoln Continental Mark 3 Convertible. 1 of only 3,048 produced in 1958. No expense spared comprehensive ground up restoration. Equipped with a very rare Mercury Tri-Power setup making 400 Horsepower. Loaded with all of the factory options. Power steering, power brakes, power windows, leather power seats, air conditioning, fender skirts and power top. The 1958 Continental Mark III cars and 1959 Lincoln Continental Mark IV and 1960 Lincoln Continental Mark V cars are largely forgotten, and in fact, were purposely un-remembered by Ford Motor Company which introduced a new Lincoln Continental Mark III in 1968 in the genre of the 1956-1957 cars, but at a far more popularly priced sales point. These 1958-1960 cars were the largest unit-construction cars ever built, and were constructed alongside the Ford squarebird Thunderbird four seaters at a brand new Wixom, Michigan plant. As noted, by 1959, the Continental Division was no more and was absorbed back into Lincoln, with Continental merely being the upscale model name for the higher priced Lincolns. But in fact, 1958 cars were exactly that but merely sold by a special division through Lincoln dealers. These cars are so forgotten that they now must be so rare as to be highly collectible. When is the last time that you saw one? Mark III, IV and V Continental convertibles are, in fact, Milestone cars. Interestingly enough, these cars weighed in at over 2 tons and were considered massive, heavy, comfortable, ultra-luxury cars when new but weigh no more than many large SUVs of the current day. Fuel economy, however, is an oxymoron with these cars due to their then all-new, massive and heavy 430 cubic inch V8 engine initially producing as much as 400 hp, with three two-barrel carburetors (which were a 1958 factory option). Even the wealthy were complaining about 9 miles per gallon given the high prices of premium leaded gas at some 30 cents per gallon!

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Vehicle Specifications

  • VIN
    H8YG414541
  • Classic Car ID
    101149506
  • Stock Number
    4541 C90
  • Category
    American Classics
  • Body Style
    N/A
  • New/Used
    Used
  • Mileage
    61,749 miles
  • Engine
    430 Cubic Inch V8
  • Drivetrain
    N/A
  • Transmission
    Automatic 3-Speed
  • Exterior Color
    Off White
  • Custom Color
    N/A

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