Rare 462 V8 big block 4door Suicide Lincoln Continental

Price: US $10,999.00 Item location: Tahlequah, Oklahoma, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Lincoln
  • Model: Continental
  • Year: 1968
  • Mileage: 89,000
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1968 Lincoln Continental

1968 Lincoln Continental 4 door Suicide Rare 462 big block V8 22" chrome rims89k original miles. It's in need of some cosmetic repairs. Passenger side front door has a minor dent, the rest of the body is right all the way around. It's missing a "Continental" decal on the driver side(on rear fender), I would replace the door locks, trunk, and key ignition, the upholstery interior needs some restoration. The headliner, back seats, and the passenger side door panel needs some clips. Mechanically speaking, it's still very sound. There's a small puncture in the bottom of the fuel tank, however, still a minor repair and with the fuel pump located under the hood, starting and driving the vehicle can be done. Of course, a gallon of gas goes pretty quick!It's really a beautiful car. My first baby but I'm not equipped to restore it how I would like to at this point in time.Update:Good morning,
As to follow up with the emails, it's not in bad shape by any means. But it's definitely a project. For instance, headliner needs replaced. The thread in the 40-50 year old car has caused the upholstery to show the cushion. The driver bench seat has been recovered but I'm not sure about the a/c. It could use a new battery and probably a starter. New solenoid and ignition switch installed. Custom frame for a cd deck has been cut but not installed. Oh, it needs a window motor and the rear view mirror is there but isn't mounted. The engine is nice but needs to probably be flushed, with new fluids...new filters. She would need a good bath, but the new eldebrock carb performs. She has a lot to show but remains humble. That's why I believe this is a 15,000 dollar car but could show to be worth 40-50 to maybe higher with 5-10k put into her. With that being said.
Thanks for your time and consideration, hopefully we can find her a home.