Watch Video!!! 1966 Lincoln Continental Convertible Suicide Doors 67 65 64 63 62
- Condition: Used
- Make: Lincoln
- Model: Continental
- SubModel: Suicide Door Convertible
- Type: Convertible
- Trim: Convertible
- Year: 1966
- Mileage: 9,999
- Color: Green
- Engine size: Big Block 462
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Power options: Air Conditioning, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Automatic
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Green
- Options: Convertible, Leather Seats
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1966 Lincoln Continental Suicide Door Convertible1966 Lincoln Continental Convertible
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This is the one you've been waiting for... the most popular year of the suicide door convertibles. They only made about 3k of these, nd there are probably less than a hundred still on the road today... only a handful of those are anywhere near this condition. This car is a show stopper. If you want to stand out among all the Mustangs and Camaros, his is how you do it. We went to the Turkey Rod Run in Daytona where there were over 6000 classic cars and this was the only convertible Lincoln we saw. The fresh forest green pearl paint shines like a mirror and really pops in the sun. People are always complimenting the unique color. It was restored back very close to the all original green on green with white top. The car runs, rives, teers, tops, nd looks better than it did from the factory. I have owned many classic cars and this is my wife's favorite to drive because everything works as it should mechanically and it's just easy to drive. If you've owned classics, ou know that most have little quirks and issues that prevent you from being able to just toss someone the keys without a tutorial on all the tricks to driving it. Not this one. Just get in and go. It starts right up and drives better and smoother than most new cars. Power steering, ower disk brakes, c, ower seat, ower windows, tc. For such a big car, t effortlessly turns on a dime and stops on one too. New plugs, ires, istributor, uel pump, oses, elts, ir cleaner, xhaust, mufflers and resonators) etc make this big block 462 run very strong and smooth. I wouldn't hesitate to drive it to California and back. I spent over $1200 having the transmission completely rebuilt with all the best parts and it shifts perfectly. It's the rare optional cruise-o-matic. It cruises down the highway at 90mph like you're riding on rails. The seats are so comfortable it's like riding on a cloud. I'll stop gushing and just say it's an absolute joy to drive. Come see it and drive it and you will fall in love.
As you can see on the video there is a remote for making the top go up and down. It still works from the switch on the dash and the key switch on the rear fender just like it did from the factory. But now you can make the entire cycle happen from start to finish, p and down, ith one button. This is awesome at car shows and literally stops people in their tracks. My wife loves to hit the button when coming out of a store and watch people react. There is always a crowd just standing there watching it by the time she gets to the car. The top is brand new and has never even seen rain. The windows all work and go up and down smoothly. The old switches were all replaced with new ones that work every time. Even the vent windows are power. If you know these cars, ou know that the windows and top operation are extremely difficult and expensive to get working properly. This one is worry free. Even the auto drop function works perfectly. The rear windows automatically drop six inches when you open the door so they don't damage the top when closing. Then they go back up automatically once the door is shut. It's a really cool feature that very rarely works on these cars. This car doesn't have the typical shakes and rattles of most older cars. It is almost silent cruising down the road. All you hear is the wind and the honks and shouts of the people constantly waving and giving the thumbs up. Give yourself plenty of extra time everywhere you go because people are always going to come up and talk about the car.
I'm sure I am forgetting a lot of stuff, ut I will let the pictures and video do the talking, nd I'm happy to answer any specific questions. I strongly recommend anyone seriously interested come see the car in person and drive it. You won't be disappointed. I am flexible and easy to deal with and I have sold several classic cars here on ebay with 100% positive feedback, o bid with confidence. I will deliver the car to a shipping company within 50 miles if necessary. I will meet you at Orlando, anford, r Daytona airport if you want to fly in and drive it back. I'll try to help with shipping and pick up however I can. Please don't bid unless you are able to follow through with payment. The car will come with your choice of the three wheel options pictured. Oh, nd the girl is not included. :) Thanks for looking and good luck bidding. Whoever is lucky enough to get this car is really going to love it!
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