1967 Lincoln Continental

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462 cu in 7.6 L V8

3-Speed Automatic Transmission

Black Vinyl Powered Convertible Top

Power Windows

Power Steering

Power Brakes


Suicide Doors

Black Leather Interior

AM Radio

Seat Belts

Front Disc Brakes

Original Wheels
W/ Bf Goodrich White Wall Tires

Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this very nicely restored 1967 Lincoln Continental, this well taken care of continental is a long one, but drives like a brand new car it is truly one to have. The exterior features a nice black paint job that contours perfectly with all of the diamond shine chrome. This Lincoln was restored the right way. It features nice body gaps all the way around and a smooth powered convertible that gives the car a whole different look once it down. This big boat is powered by Fords strong 462ci V8 big block that moves this Continental with ease and paired to a smooth 3-speed automatic transmission this is surely a cruiser and a great driver for any long trip, with its comfortable suspension mostly any pothole is like a pebble on the road , most new cars don't even come close to the comfort these classics bring to the road. The interior features completely reupholstered seats, carpeting and a new dash, the black seats make this Lincoln look like it just rolled off the factory floor, and with all of its powered featured its easy to sit back and enjoy the road. Come visit us and check this Lincoln out , you will not be disappointed, or give us a call for any questions or concerns and call quickly cars that look like this don't tend to last long on our showroom floor.

This beautiful Lincoln was purchased by the owner about 2 years ago. Since that time the owner has brought it to us for several upgrades and repairs. He has spent over $10,000. in 2 years on such things as a complete transmission rebuild with new gaskets and sending unit, repaired the power steering pump, installed new deck lid weather stripping, two new mufflers with new hangers, and much more along with routine maintenance.




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