1966 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL - MINT CONDITION - A/C & ALL OPTIONS WORK<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

Price: US $35,000.00 Item location: Encino, California, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Lincoln
  • Model: Continental
  • Type: Sedan
  • Trim: Base
  • Year: 1966
  • Mileage: 35,047
  • VIN: 6Y82G450006
  • Color: White
  • Engine size: 7.6L 7582CC 462Cu. In. V8 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: VIPER ALARM, Air Conditioning, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Options: Cassette Player, CD Player
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Want to buy? Contact seller!
Description:

1966 Lincoln Continental

FOR SALE: BY PRIVATE OWNER

THIS VEHICLE IS THE ORIGINAL COLORS (M) ARCTIC WHITE WITH BLACK CLOTH/VINYL INTERIOR

DASH IS NOT CRACKED, ORN OUT OR SCRATCHED.

THE ALUMINUM DASH PLATE IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION

HAS A VIPER ALARM THAT CONTROLS THE DOOR LOCKS.

HAS A LINCOLN CASSETTE PLAYER WITH THE DASH SPEAKER & REAR SPEAKER IN THE MIDDLE OF BACK SEAT THAT WORKS

AS WELL AS A SONY BLUETOOTH WIRELESS PULLOUT STEREO THAT IS MOUNTED UNDER THE DASH TO KEEP THE INTEGRITY OF THE VEHICLE.

TWO 6X9'S MOUNTED BEHIND THE BACK SEAT THRU THE TRUNK SO THEY DON'T SHOW AT ALL.

THIS CLASSIC HAS HAD A FULL MECHANICAL RESTORATION BY MYSELF AND MY NETWORK OF CLASSIC VENDORS

I PURCHASED THIS VEHICLE IN ORIGINAL CONDITION AND IT HAD A BEAUTIFUL PAINT JOB

THE INTERIOR IS ORIGINAL,

I PULLED ALL THE SEAT SKINS AND RE-FOAMED THEM

CHROME: DOOR PANELS, LL INTERIOR CHROME PARTS LOOK BRAND - NEW BUT ARE ACTUALLY ORIGINAL

NO PITTING INSIDE AT ALL

EXTERIOR CHROME IS REALLY NICE.

THERE IS ONE REAR BUMPER PIMPLE DENT AND THAT ONE PIECE CAN BE CHROMED BY ITSELF - AS THE BUMPERS ON THESE CARS ARE PUT TOGETHER WITH MULTIPLE PIECES....

EXCELLENT RUNNING CONDITION, ROM BUMPER TO BUMBER, LL MECHANICAL AND SUSPENSION HAS BEEN REBUILT. BEAUTIFUL PAINT JOB AND ORIGINAL INTERIOR, NGINE, RANS, LL ELECTRICAL WINDOW MOTORS AND SWITCHES WORK LIKE NEW.

TODAY I SEARCHED 66 SEDANS AND DIDN'T FIND ANYTHING CLOSE TO MY CLASSIC.

THEN SEARCHED 1967 CONTINENTAL SEDANS AND FOUND A WHITE ONE EXACTLY LIKE MINE.

SEEMS LIKE AN HONEST COLLECTOR. BUT IT MAKES ME LAUGH WHEN I READ THESE ADS FROM COLLECTORS.

"I ONLY DROVE IT FOR A FEW MILES A WEEK FOR 40 YEARS"

"THIS CAR HAS NOT BEEN RESTORED BECAUSE IT DOESN'T NEED TO"

THAT IS MIS-INFORMATION: THESE CARS WERE NOT DESIGNED FOR YOU TO STORE IN THE FREEZING COLD AND JUST START IT AND DRIVE IT FOR A FEW MILES A WEEK. THAT'S GREAT THAT IT WAS MAINTAINED.

BUT THERE IS A BIG DIFFERENCE IN WHAT THEY ARE SELLING AT $20,000 AND WHAT I AM SELLING FULLY RESTORED AT $35,000.

WHICH CAR WOULD YOU TRUST DRIVING DOWN A STEEP ROAD?

THE CAR THAT HAS 50 YEAR OLD ORIGINAL RUBBER BRAKE LINES?

OR THE CAR THAT HAD THE BRAKE LINES MANUFACTURED BY ORME BROTHER'S WHO MAKES LIFE TIME WARRANTEE HOSES FOR HELICOPTERS AND PLANES?

FOR THOSE WHO SAY ONLY USE ORIGINAL PARTS: THEY ARE WRONG. YOUR CHILD, IFE, OTHER OR FRIEND'S SAFETY IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN HAVING ORIGINAL BRAKE HOSES.

THE 67 COMES STOCK WITH A 2 CORE RADIATOR. I REBUILT MINE FOR $500 USING THE SAME ORIGINAL TANKS INTO A 4 ROW/CORE HIGH DENSITY RADIATOR. WHY? CAUSE THE STOCK RADIATOR CAUSES THE CAR TO OVER HEAT.

MAYBE NOT IN MASS, UT DEFINITELY IN CALIFORNIA OR A STATE IT MAY GO TO THAT IS WARMER.

IN 20 YEARS THE 1967 IS GOING TO BE RUNNING LIKE AN 80 YEAR OLD PERSON.

MY CAR WILL BE DRIVING LIKE IT WAS JUST BOUGHT IN 1966.

SO THE DIFFERENCE IS EVERYTHING I DID BELOW VS THE SAME EXACT WHITE CAR FOR $20,000 THAT HAS NOT RECEIVED THIS KIND OF ATTENTION.

MY CAR WAS NOT RESTORED BECAUSE IT WAS DAMAGED OR RUSTED.

IT WAS RESTORED INTO SHOW QUALITY AND INTO A NEW CAR.

SO I SPENT A LONG TIME WRITING THIS INFORMATION TO BE TRANSPARENT AND DETAILED TO ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS.

MY PRICE IS ALREADY DISCOUNTED. I'M NOT A BUSINESS WHERE I MAKE MONEY ON EVERY ASPECT OF THE SALE INCLUDING THE FINANCING. I PRICED IT TO SELL AND IF I HAD THE TIME OR ROOM, WOULD SIT ON IT FOR ANOTHER 5 YEARS UNTIL IT SOLD FOR OVER $150,000.

THIS CAR IS A 10. NOT A LOT OF THOSE EXISTS AT ALL. THE RESTORATION WAS DOCUMENTED WITH RECEIPTS AND PICTURES AND VIDEO AND YOU ARE BUYING A CAR THAT DOES NOT NEED AAA SERVICE EVER.

AS SOON AS YOU BUY THE 1967 AND TRY TO PUT MILES ON IT: EVERY TIME YOU DRIVE IT SOMETHING NEW WILL BREAK AND YOU HAVE TO CHANGE EVERYTHING OR DO THE SAME REPAIR PROBLEM MULTIPLE TIMES.

I AM A SOLO RESTORER WHO USES VENDORS THAT I HAVE HAD RELATIONSHIPS WITH FOR OVER 25 YEARS AND ARE FAMILY.

POUR SOME COFFEE, HEN READ THIS AND THEN LOOK AT THE PICTURES:

I've been restoring Lincoln's for myself and friends for over 25 years.

Started with a 1967 that i bought from a friend in Las Vegas, ust free which is the only car I will restore.

This 1966 I bought ayear ago and spent a lot of money and energy rebuilding every inch of it.

I had a lot of good to start with. It had a beautiful paint job and interior was in mint original condition.

It had mechanical issues from sitting in a garage to long which is usually the case with these types of cars.

So the bulk of my restoration was to fix all the window motors and switches, ook the dash apart, nstalled all new bright bulbs and rebuilt each dash component that didn't work like the clock and original 8-Track radio, tc..

I didn't cut any corners and really went overboard on the quality of each section of the car.

All the mechanical and electrical upgrades listed below.

This is for the person who wants a nice reliable weekend driver and preserve it with preventativemaintenance and enjoy driving a classic Lincoln that will never break down and will continue to increase in value.

This is a unique color combo that is amazing and the restoration has been done by the best.

John Cashman the Lincoln specialist has worked on it twice and finished it with me, ith all new window motors and switches and relays.

The A/C works great.

The only option that lights up and doesn't work is the cruise control and in 1966 Cruise Control was suicide :)

So they're not really fixable or safe to use and pointless to get into.

You are buying a running Lincoln -not dead in a garage with a mystery of problems.

I am NOT a dealer.

Besides the 5 Lincoln's I'm restoring: I've owned 2 Lincolns for over 25 years and those are my keepers.

Every car I restore: I drive everyday, ntil everything I upgraded and rebuilt is tested for safety & reliability.

I welcome certified inspections prior to bidding.

I am available both locally, nline or by cell.

You are buying a car from someone who's a mechanic, oves these cars and wants to make sure they last another 50 years.

I don't sell a lot of cars. One or two a year.

I have a "Buy it Now" price with no offer button and I'm firm with my price.

I listed it at $40,000 last week to see the reaction and decided to reduce the price to $35,000 which seems to better fair market value from the feedback I received....

So this is NOT a car for dealers or brokers who are trying to flip it and make money on it.

The only person who can: is someone who buys it from me and takes it over seas to a country where they can double their investment.

This is for the classic car collectors, r first time buyer who wants to keep it for 20+ years and with the right preventative maintenance it will eventually exceed $100,000

I buy and sell cars and parts on ebay: checkout my feedback which 100%.

If you have less than 10 positive feedbacks you need to call me before making offers online or buying.


BREAKDOWN OF UPGRADES, EPAIRS AND PARTS I PURCHASED:

1- Fuel System Completely Restored: New Carburetor, uel Pump, ilter, as Tank & Fuel Sending Unit

2- Water System: New Water Pump, oses, hermostat. Radiator & Overflow tank were rebuilt into 4 core/row -High Density Desert Tumbler

3- Complete Suspension overhaul: All Bushings, hocks, eaf springs, ave been replaced with new.

4- Steering System: Steering Box, ower Steering Pump rebuilt, teering arms: Idler Arm, enter Link, nner/Outer Tie Rods, nd Bushings, way Bar Bushings are new and installed Aircraft quality steel braided Hoses and upgraded the old technology with newer, afer, onger lasting parts without changing the integrity of the originality.

5- New 3" BF Goodrich Radial Tires & Alignment

6- Rebuilt entire braking system: front & back with new disk & rebuilt calipers, rake cylinders & all front & back bearings replaced.

7- Electrical system has no shorts or problems and all windows roll up and down with new switches and relays.

8- The Dashboard lights up and all the functions and options including all the clock was rebuilt

9- Air Condition was rebuilt

9- All Exterior headlights, arking lights, rake lights operate and turn signals work

10- 1966 has a newer stereo as well as the original 8-Track radio works with dash and rear speakers, hile the new BlueTooth Stereo under dash is connected to two 6x9 Pioneer speakers hidden in the back rear panel under the back window.

11- This car did not come with the power door lock option so I installed a Viper alarm system and had power door locks installed into the alarm key faub.

12- Transmission was rebuilt.

13- FULL Tune-Up, ll Oils and Fluids, rained and replaced with the highest quality fluids.

14- VIN Verified by California DMV, re currentlyRegistered& has a CLEAN California Title

These cars are to be preserved while driven and maintained by a trusted mechanic whospecializes in classics.

For local buyers in Los Angeles, will help novice buyers who need support in the beginning.

I have a list of vendors for parts and mechanics nationwide who are trusted and referred by John Cashman: www.convertiblelincolns.com- who has worked on every car I've owned.

You can ask him about the extent of the quality of labor and parts I have put into thesevehicles.

I've purchased all the parts fromwww.LincolnLandinc.com&www.Markii.com, aker's Auto, ohn Brewer, rthur Apple and a variety of vendors.

You won't find a better condition 66 Sedan anywhere......

Please feel free to call and ask any questions.

Thank you,

Max - 818-263-5570