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1957 Lincoln Capri
1957 Continental Mark II
1964 Fairlane Sedan
1960 Mark V Blue 008
1979 Continental Mark V Cartier Edition Sunroof
1973 Continental Mark IV
1983 Continental Mark VI Emilio Pucci Designer Series Sunroof
1984 Continental Turbo Diesel Valentino Edition
1970 Mark III RED 002
1985 Mercedes Benz 500 SEL
1970 Lincoln Continental Mark III SUNROOF
1998 Mark VIII Collector’s
Edition #841
1992 Mark VII LSC
1957 Lincoln Premiere Two Door
1964 Fairlane 500 Wagon
1960 Continental Mark V 4 Door Landau Maple Leaf Metallic
1966 Mercury Parklane 4-Door Sedan
1969 Continental Mark III
Triple Black
1960 Lincoln Continental
Mark V Sedan Black
1971 Continental Mark III
2000 Corvette
1983 Continental Mark VI Emilio Pucci Designer Series
1964 Fairlane Burg
1979 Mark V Cartier Cloth
1974 Volkswagon Beetle
1957 Lincoln Capri
44,389 Miles
Seascape Blue with Starmist White top
This is truly a “Survivor Car”. The car was removed from a
25+ year storage in 2005. The owner had the car since 1968. Documents supporting the original mileage include.
Antifreeze change tag in 1964 showing 37_____ miles. Oil change stickers in door jams from 1967 with ________ miles. The car still has most of its original paint. There has been some touch-up. The engine and trans are original. The bottom of the car was Media Blasted from the firewall back and detailed before the new exhaust was installed. The brake booster and wheel cylinders were rebuilt. The brake hoses and steel lines were replaced. The car sits on what are believed to be the original Firestone 500 tires. The original spare matches the tires on the car. The car does not have A/C however the previous owner started to add the roof ducts, and trunk plastic tubes. We put a new headliner in the car as well as repaired the seat with NOS material due to stains from something sitting on it. This car is too nice to restore. Asking $11,000.00

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1957 Continental Mark II
59,224 Miles
Paint code D21 Tan Iridescent Metallic. One of only 40 cars built with this paint code. This pristine example of automotive history was originally delivered in Texas. Owners in CA, TN, and FL have had a chance to experience the joy of ownership with this fine car. The car appears to have been painted or touched up in the mid 1980’s. The lacquer paint has areas of “checking”. The leather interior is very nice and shows wear on the front seat. I suspect the carpet has been replaced but I’m not sure. ’57 had different carpet from ‘56 The car had the fuel system flushed, tank lined, carb rebuilt, new correct exhaust, New brake boosted and master cyl, new front springs, and new tires. This work was done after the most recent 9 year storage in Florida , 1994-2003 There is no visible rust and I didn’t see any sign of rust repair. Asking price $35,000.00

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1964 Fairlane Sedan
Rotisserie Restored
Chantilly Beige with Wimbledon white top
30,200 Miles
This car was a 29,800 mile car when it was brought back to life following an EBAY stripping auction. This was a very nice nearly rust free low mileage sedan that was worth much more in parts to the previous owner. The 6cyl 3 speed with 3.50 rear was removed Rebuilt 289 bored .30 over with a auto trans and a 2.83 rear axle was installed. The seats and door panels are original Fairlane. The carpet is new. New door weatherstrips and fuzzies installed Car was painted Base/Clear.
This car has dual exhaust with Flowmaster mufflers. This car is a blast to drive. Asking $14,000.00

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1960 Mark V Blue 008
1960 Mark V Project car all original 56K miles running when parked Asking $4500.00

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1979 Continental Mark V Cartier Edition Sunroof
Original Texas car. Owned by the wife of an Oil service company executive. The car was acquired by the previous owner in 1990 and moved to Virginia. We got the car in 1994. The car had a true body off restoration done in 1994-95. The original paint remains on all but part of the drivers door and header panel. The goal of the resto was to rebuild engine, trans, suspension. and detail. New brake lines, fuel lines, calipers, silicone fluid, suspension bushings and ball joints. The interior is original and speaks volumes for the care this car has received over the past 27+ years. The tires were custom made to match the optional original equipment Firestone 721 dual band whitewalls. All systems work as designed. Asking price $22,000.00

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1973 Continental Mark IV
67,340 Miles
Light Ginger Moondust with White top and Ginger interior.
Colorado car with original paint. Factory touch-up suspected on right door and ¼ but these cars were not robot painted and this my just have been the “way it was”
Factory pinstripe uniform on both sides with vinyl spear in front.
LCOC shows have 97+ points. Asking price $13,500.00

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1983 Continental Mark VI Emilio Pucci Designer Series Sunroof
117,142 Miles
This car is one of only 550 Pucci 4 door sedans built in 1983 This car was acquired from Oregon. The car had a trim off Base/Clear paint job in 2003 The carpet in not original.
The Carriage roof and Headliner have been replaced. The car has new brakes and tires. This is a very nice “Driver” car and is priced accordingly. There is a “Show Car” version of this rare car available.
Asking price $7500.00

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1984 Continental Turbo Diesel Valentino Edition
72,200 Miles
6 Cyl BMW Diesel engine.
All original paint, Another rare option is heated seats, this car has it.. This low mileage example is perhaps the rarest of all Diesel Lincolns. The Ford production figures have Approximately 1500 Continentals built with Diesel engine option. The Designer series accounted for 8%. If you divide the 8% between the Valentino and the Givenchy this would have this car as one out of 60 cars with the Diesel option. The brakes and fuel system have been serviced. The fuel has been changed regularly to insure freshness while the car is in storage.
Asking price $9000.00

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1970 Mark III RED (Coming Soon)

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1985 Mercedes Benz 500 SEL
Diamond blue metallic. Grey leather interior. 31,043 Miles
Same family ownership since new. MSRP was $52,375
Always garaged, No winters or bad weather driving.
Dealer serviced. All original except for Battery and Tires.
Asking price $19,000.00

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1970 Lincoln Continental Mark III SUNROOF
43,280 Miles DSO 84
Medium Blue Polly with white top and SUNROOF
This car was one of only 684 built with a sunroof and one of 106 in this color combination. This car was built for an Executive in the metal stamping division at Ford Motor Company. The options include Power seats, Tilt wheel, Remote trunk, Speed control, A/C with auto temp. Rear defroster, Tinted glass, Protection group, Heavy duty suspension and SUNROOF. The car has most of its original paint. The brakes were redone and new exhaust installed after a long dry storage. The carb was rebuilt and fuel system flushed. The tires were replace under the some Michelin warranty back in 1973 with approximately 25K miles.The tires on the car now are the ORIGINAL Italian made Michelin tire that came on the car but have only 18K+/- miles on them. This car is too nice to restore now. Asking $14,000

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1998 Mark VIII Collector’s Edition #841
92 Miles Original owner.
Cordovan with Tan two tone interior.
Still has factory plastic on interior. Options include Sunroof, Garage door opener, Heated seats. The original tires and wheels were removed and replaced with factory style wheels for driving exercise.The tires are stored to prevent rot and flatspots. The car is run regularly and the gas is changed every two years. The car will come with two sets of tires and wheels. If you want a new Mark VIII this is it. Asking $48,000

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1992 Mark VII LSC
This all original paint Deep Jewel Green gem has been pampered all of its life. The paint and interior in the Florida climate shows only the slightest hint of the usual clearcoat pealing on the forward edge of the deck lid. This car was judged 95.6 points in the LCOC 2003 National Meet in Dearborn, Michigan. This car had the original plugs, wires and distributor cap removed when we got the car in 2003. The wheels were refinished, NOS headlights installed and the paint detailed. The car has new tires and brakes. All systems function as designed. This car has not seen weather outside of central Florida during any winter. Asking $8500.00

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1957 Lincoln Premiere Two Door
5796 Original Miles
Horizon Blue body with Seascape Blue top.
Options include Power seat, Power Windows
This is a once in a lifetime chance to own an unbelievably low mileage Original Lincoln. This car was driven by the original owner for one year and put in storage in 1958.
The car was removed from storage in 1997 and had a new exhaust system put on the fuel system flushed and the brakes checked. The car had approximately 200 miles put on it at that time. The car runs and stops but is sitting on the original tires and should be checked before any distance driving. The spare has never been down. There are a few paint chips and a dent in the drivers ¼ panel behind the door. Asking price $26,000.00

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1964 Fairlane 500 Wagon
Rotisserie restored California black plate car.
Acquired from San Diego CA Original Motor and Transmission both rebuilt
This car had nearly every nut and bolt removed at some point in the resto. Each fastener receiving the correct plating to return it to original color. New brake system and lines with silicone fluid. New fuel lines with correct pump and filter Rechromed bumpers. New door weatherstrips and window fuzzies .Rear seat frame and cargo area had removable trim stripped and powder coated. The remaining trim was painted with a custom matched interior paint. The seats were done from the original patterns with the custom Fairlane 500 logo. NOS material was used on the front seat back to maintain the classic look. Asking price $23,000.00
I do have the same seats in red with the heat pressed ovals in the backs that are exact duplicates of the originals (these can be switched if desired).
**V8 engine option**
If anyone would rather own this car with a V8, we can build and install a 289 or 260 2V with a rebuilt trans and single exhaust for an additional $3500.00

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1960 Continental Mark V 4 Door Landau Maple Leaf Metallic
____________ Miles Rare Mid-Year color Maple Leaf Metallic
This car was originally owned By the CEO of McLouth Steel in Trenton, Michigan. This car was remove from 20 year long dry storage in 1996. The car had a “virtual rotisserie” restoration. (unibody too big to fit on real rotisserie) Floor pan, trunk pan, engine compartment, blasted with suspension off . Engine and trans have been rebuilt. Brake lines and fuel lines are Stainless. Brake fluid is silicone. Exhaust is stainless patterned after NOS originals. All nuts and bolts removed were repalted to original plating specs/color. The exterior pot metal chrome was replated or NOS. The stainless exterior trim was sent to Finishing Touch in Chicago. The Bumpers were rechromed. The paint is Base/Clear. The interior has new original Leather/Cloth seats and original door panels. The carpet is new. The door have new weatherstrip, as does the trunk. The trunk has the original style Burtex cloth liner. Tires are new.
Asking price $35,000

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1966 Mercury Parklane 4-Door Sedan
48,348 Miles
Options include Power steering, Brakes, Windows, Seat
390 4V. This is a California Black plate car. The carburetor was rebuilt and fuel system cleaned. The car runs well and boy does it have power. The paint is original. There are some ding and dents shown in the photos. This is a solid rust free CA car ready for restoration or driving as is. Asking price $7000.00

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1969 Continental Mark III Triple Black
68,750 Miles
This car was delivered in Virginia and was Body off restored in 1993. This car had a true body off, nut/bolt resto back in
1992-3 this was not done to these cars 15+ years ago. The quality still shows. The car has 50+/- miles on restoration. Currently LCOC Senior. Will expire in 2008.
The car has extensive use of powder coating on any black non body part that could be removed. The engine and trans were rebuilt. New brake, lines fuel lines, Brakes have silicone fluid, Two sets of tires, one for storage and one Ultra Rare original Triple Band Good Year 9.15X15 for shows. This car has been a LCOC senior car for 10 years. NOS hubcaps. Original top.
Asking price $28,000

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1960 Lincoln Continental Mark V Sedan Black
39,944 Miles
Options include FM Tuner, Power door locks, Power trunk, Headlight dimmer. This car sports all original paint, interior, carpet, door panels, engine, transmission. This car was well preserved and always stored indoors. No faded paint or interior.
Runs and drives well. There is a small exhaust leak on the drivers side that quiets down after warm-up. The chrome and paint are outstanding for 47 years young.
Asking price $19,000.00

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1971 Continental Mark III
38,264 Miles
DSO 84 Ginger Bronze Moondust Metallic
This car was restored 1992. Less than 200 miles on resto.
The car was a Ford Executive Car that was modified to his specs at the Assembly Division Garage.
The rumor was this V.P. had the High Back seats done over with the Continental Cloth in Médium Ginger.
The door panels were also modified with the same material as the seats. The right hand remote mirror was added at this time. The second owner got the car in 1973 with approx. 26K miles. The car was put in storage in the fall of 1976 and never moved until we acquired it in 1991. The car had 38,148 miles. The car had a true Body-Off restoration 91-92
The motor and trans were rebuilt. SS brake and fuel lines. SS exhaust, Ball joints, control arm and rear suspension bushings, all were replaced. The top and glass are original. Exterior potmetal is NOS or rechromed. The interior remains all original. This was not remove during the restoration and remains stunningly unique. The sides, header and part of the trunk were the only parts repainted. There are two sets of tires that go with the car. The nearly new Original Italian made Michelins that are used for shows. The second set are for storage and exercise driving. Hubcaps are NOS Asking price $22,000.00

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2000 Corvette
3950 Miles Original owner
Lt Pewter Metallic
Options include Adjustable Sport seats, A/C Six-way pass seat. Memory package, AM/FM W/CD Player, Body side mldgs, Fog lamps, Rear luggage shade, Floor mats,
This car has been washed only two times in 7 years. Nothing but sunny day driving.
Asking $28,000

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1983 Continental Mark VI Emilio Pucci Designer Series
57,536 Miles
This car is one of only 550 Pucci 4 door sedans built in 1983 The car was restored in 2004 and has had less than 50 Miles on restoration. The Blue Flannel Mist Base/Clear paint was placed over a rust free car that only suffered from fading. The Academy Blue leather was custom dyed and duplicated the Designer sew style. The rear armrest is original and verifies an exact match. The Carriage roof was recovered with the correct Dark Blue Cambria Cloth. Much of the trim and bright work is NOS. Some aluminum trim was polished and re-anodized. The wire wheels are NOS The engine was fine with 57K Miles but had new oil pump and timing chain/gears while it was out of the car being detailed. The fuel injection carb was rebuilt and given new injectors. The trans was rebuilt. The engine compartment had many NOS sensors replaced only to improve there appearance. This car has a “Driver” sister car that is available at a fraction of this one. Look at the other Mark VI’s available.
Asking $22,000.00

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1964 Fairlane Burg
Vintage Burgundy, 60,958_miles.
Original car sold to a Nebraska farmer.
Original survivor car, most original paint. No floor or ¼ rust ever. The right fender had a small area properly repaired with new metal and painted. Original spare never used.
Original seats, carpet, door panels and headliner. 6Cyl engine runs strong. Trans shifts smoothly. Original radio delete. New tires and Brakes Asking price $6500.00

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1979 Mark V Cartier Cloth
79,133 Miles
This car spent most of its life in Iowa.
The car is amazingly clean and drives well. All systems work as designed, A/C is nice and cold converted to R134 by previous owner. This car was acquired as a sister car to a Show Car 79 Cartier we have that we don’t drive. This car has original paint except for the drivers ¼ , header panel and part of the drivers door. As the photos show you can’t tell anything mis-matched. The car has original floor mats and owners manual.
Drive this car home with out worry. Asking price $7500.00

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1974 Volkswagon Beetle
24,138 Miles
Original paint on roof and engine cover. Always garaged. Original owner was a female school teacher. This car was disassembled to allow for sand blasting of the floor pan.
I got the car in May 1998 It sat on the original tires. I still have them and will go with the car to help verify mileage. The carpet, door panels, dash, weatherstrip, floor mats are all original. The seats were redone due to a wear issue on the drivers seat that came as a result of the repeated contact with the school teachers back side as she entered the car. The car was appraised at $16,000.00 two years ago.
Asking price $12,500.00

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