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1956 Lincoln Continental Mark II

Sale price: $US $22,900.00 make an offer

Sale type: Fixed price listing

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6.0 Liter V8
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1956 Lincoln Continental Mark II for sale

Current customer rating: current rating for this car(2.25) based on 430 votes

A 1956  we have just pulled in after long storage. The last owner told me he drove it from Baltimore to North Carolina in the 80's.   I had a carb. brake booster(white post) and radiator  sent off to be redone and can have the car running. I will add more pics and info shortly. The  car has some minimal rust in the lower rear rockers under the stainless trim but a great car overall. I have all the trim for the car except the headlight rings which I am looking to buy. I am selling this as a restoration project that you would be able to have all the parts except the hub caps. I do have a set of correct Lincoln rims that will fit the Lincoln caps. The windshield is not cracked. We are taking off the wires and putting on the correct steel rims. If a buyer wants some hub caps there are many on Ebay for sale. The black primered hood that is on the car now is nice. We do have the correct jack and spare with the tire cover.

Here is some info from the Lincoln Club.

Owner-1984-Pennsylvania  #2483
Additionally.  equipped with an automatic headlight dimmer (rare) and factory A/C (desirable)

Originally sold by:
Aileen & Allard Graves. br>State Motors. Inc.
Manchester NH
1956-?? Aileen & Allard Graves NH (1) Original owner?
??-6/15/67 Robert E. Stanwood. Saco ME (1)
6/15/1967-1972 Henry Milburn Falmouth-Foreside ME (1)(L)
1973-84 Frederick Brouse PA (L)
Last Known Owner 1984-Pennsylvania
(1) 6/22/67 Contributed By Henry Milburn - Mileage when purchased-73. 12. Current Mileage-73. 28. Present Color Interior-Brown/White. Present Color Exterior-Maroon. Air Conditioned-Yes. Bumper Guards-Yes Comments - "The car was originally a fawn color judging from the firewall and is now a deep maroon. It has a McCullough Supercharger installed which I will soon remove. This installation required the addition of an electric fuel pump. gas pressure gauge. etc. all of which were non-Lincoln. Restoration has only begun but should be a pleasure as there appears to be no outward sign of rust. All panels appear to be excellent. "

This car has been missing from our records since 1984.  

paint 17

trim 1L6H

vin C56C2483


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