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1969 Lincoln Continental

Sale price: $6,900.00 make an offer

Car location: Euclid, Ohio, United States

Sale type: Fixed price listing

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1969 Lincoln Continental for sale

Current customer rating: current rating for this car(2.15) based on 55 votes

We are Euclid Car Co at 1241 E. 286th St., Euclid, OH 44132. Thank you for looking at our vehicle. You will need a Paypal account to bid. Our hours of operation and pickup times are Mon - Fri from 10AM to 3:00PM. We sell all cars as-is. Buyer is responsible to check the car out personally or send a third party before bidding. When a customer comes to purchase our car, he or she should be 100% satisfied with the vehicle otherwise they should not have bid. If you win the vehicle, please send a $500 deposit (non-refundable for any reason) to our Paypal account within 12 hours. All cars are sold as-is, according to the Ohio Buyer's Guide. As-is means that the buyer is taking full responsibility for every inch of the car from bumper to bumper, anything good and anything bad, which also includes body, frame, interior and all mechanical (including wiring).

There is a $150 fee on all vehicles. If buyer needs a 45 day tag, the cost to them will be $25. We only accept cash, certified checks, or wire transfers to complete the purchase. We will give all buyers 20 days to pick their cars up. But all cars must be paid for in full within 3 business days of purchasing the vehicle or the vehicle will be relisted and resold. If you win the item, please send us a message through eBay messaging with your full name you would like on the title, plus address, phone number and email address. With that information, I can complete the deal for you.

If you haven't bought 3 items on eBay in the last 3 months, unless you call and speak to us first, your bid will be removed. If you're having the car shipped, you can call our shipper Mike at 781-763-7447 Ext. 208. for a price. Our shipper will get the car to you within 4 days to 2 weeks at a fair price. All cars left on our lot after 20 days will be charged $18 per day. We do not have enough room to store everyone's car. All sales are final.

We're offering for sale a clean 1969 Lincoln Mark 3 2-door Coupe. This vehicle has 77K actual miles and a clean title. We purchased this car from a gentleman who bought a different Lincoln after having this Lincoln for many years. Some of the accessories are: dual power seats, automatic, power steering and brakes,  AM/FM factory stereo, and on the floor AM/FM stereo CD (updated system). 

The car starts easily, drives nicely and the tires and brakes are in great shape with a tiny little exhaust leak that's barely noticeable. When you turn the lights on, they open up and work correctly. When you turn them off after a while, which is normal, the lids open up again due to a vacuum leak someplace in the system. 

The factory air conditioner has a belt that was left in the trunk and the compressors turns easy, so if you put the belt on, you might get lucky with the charge and have good working air. We did not mess with it, because there aren't shops around town to fix everything on all the cars we have, even though we wish we could. The car's interior is cloth with leather inserts. 

I took a lot of pictures and so the pictures should tell the whole story condition wise, which, we believe for a 53 year old car, is very nice. The body looks good and so does all the chrome. It's not mint but it's driver quality to have a lot of fun going to car shows. The trunk is solid, as seen in the pictures, and it's all original. The engine and engine compartment look really nice. 

We'd also like to mention that the gentleman was not driving the car for the last year because he got a different Lincoln. It was a little low in brake fluid, so we added some. It seems fine but it is something that should be checked before driving it. The windows in the car will need to be serviced also. The driver's window works, but the passenger window doesn't (probably needs a motor). 

Both of the small rear windows do not work either. Parts are cheap and its a simple fix. You just have to have the time to make it right. I have had at least 6-8 old Lincolns in the last 10 years, and all of them had window problems from not being used everyday, and the motors just freeze up. But if you're looking for a beautiful Lincoln that really brings a lot of attention driving it down the road, today is your opportunity to fulfill your dream. Just be the last highest bidder in 7 days when the auction is over.

Please call Stan at 216-598-7011 if interested.



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