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1963 Lincoln Continental

Convertible Car for sale in St Augustine, Florida 32084


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St Augustine, FL

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Classic Car Overview

1963 Lincoln Continental $25,000

Gold · 8 Cylinder · 113,600 miles

"Suicide Doors!" Always a comment you will get when cruising in this classic convertible in good condition. With two small children and deciding to go back to school, I don't have the time and spare money to do this car justice as the possible show car it could be.    A great project car and a decent 20 footer as is.  

Original 430ci engine and 3 speed automatic transmission fed by the original 4 barrel Carter carburetor and an upgrade of electric fuel pump and electronic ignition for reliability.  The car is equipped with factory A/C.  There aren't any major fluid leaks.   I've installed seat belts in the rear seat for the kids, and the uninstalled belts for the front go with it.  

The top system has been almost completely replaced and reworked including automotive standard relays and a control system to increase the reliability. The top will need to be replaced and is beyond service for keeping the car dry.  The car is garage kept and always has been except for a couple of years 2 years ago (kept under a cover)

 The car was painted the factory color, Polynesian Gold, 6 years ago, but some rust has started bubbling through around the trunk lid (see the pictures) and needs to be addressed, otherwise a clean and straight body aside from small dent in the side of the front bumper.  The door and trunk seals were replaced when painted and I have new window rubber to be installed when the top is replaced.  

I had the front end rebuilt approximately 13 years ago (about 17k miles ago) with all new rubber components.  At that time, I replaced the alternator and water pump, while the power steering pump was rebuilt. New shocks and rear spring assist were also installed at that time.

   The radiator and expansion tank were reworked about 4 years ago.   Many of the window switches have been replaced though a few more are needed including the assembly for the passenger door.  The brake system had been reworked approximately 18 years ago (25k miles ago) and the linings were still in good shape a few years ago, though the booster has not worked since I purchased the car shortly afterward.  I have it disconnected currently (vacuum leak). The car does need tires and an alignment as one front is wearing unevenly.  

Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have, and I'll do my best to answer them.  

1963 Lincoln Continental Specifications

  • VIN

  • Classic Car ID

  • Stock Number

  • Category

    American Classics
  • Condition

    Good. Decent 20 footer. Great for a restoration project or weekend cruiser
  • Trim Body Style

  • Bodystyle

  • Doors

    Four Door
  • Suspension

  • Suspension

    Rear leaf, front coil
  • Engine

  • Engine

    8 Cylinder
  • Drivetrain

  • Transmission

  • Transmission

  • Exterior

  • Exterior Color

  • Custom Exterior Color

  • Interior

  • Interior Color

    Off White
  • Seat Color


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