1960 Lincoln ContinentalMark V
Year of manufacture1960
Mileage93 986 mi / 151 256 km
Car typeConvertible / Roadster
Number of doors2
Performance232 kW / 316 PS / 312 BHP
Model year: 1960
Number of cylinders: 8
Engine capacity: 7.000 cc
Reference number: 2933
Registration number: 2933
The 1960'r Lincoln Continental Convertible is seen by many as the biggest car ever built.
This car can very well be seen as the ultimate American highway cruiser and it comes from the golden days of tail fins and perfectly styled headlights.
The Lincoln was more expensive than the comparable Cadillacs at the time and there have been only 2044 productions.
The Lincoln is factory-off packed with luxury options as electric windows, electrically adjustable seats, electrically controlled convertible top, air conditioning, a 'Breeze Away' window, power steering and power brakes.
The huge electrically operated convertible top is in a very good condition, and has a wonderful 'Breeze Away' window. It still works perfectly.
The paint of Lincoln is very well maintained and shines just like the chrome beautifully. The original, very powerful 7 liter Ford engine is very beloved and runs just perfect.
It has a fabulous sound, and will definitely draw some attention.
The transmission shifts perfectly.
The interior of the Lincoln is very comfortable. The seats are like new.
The beautiful and huge dashboard is in a very good condition and everything else like the carpet,
the door panels and the headliner are also in very well maintained.
The Lincoln has a beautiful wide white wall tires with original hubcaps.
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US Import, This car already has been imported in the European Union.
All import taxes and fees are already paid for.
The car has a US Title and EU Customs documents.
We can organize transport for you.
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