1967 Lincoln Continental

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Restored 6 Years Ago

Original 462 Cu. In. 7.6 L V8

3-Speed Automatic Transmission
Dual Rage Auto

White Vinyl Powered Convertible Top

Red Pinstripping

Detailed Engine Compartment

Suicide Doors

Dark Red Leather Interior

Locking Differential 2.80:1

Power Steering

Power Brakes

Power Windows

Power Locks

Power Seat

Front Disc Brakes

Aftermarket JVC AM/FM Radio

Original Wheels
W/Firestone 235/75/15 Whitewall Tires

All New Front End Work Done In 2015
Upper & Lower Ball Joints, Control Arm Bushings & Alignment

All New Hydraulics For Convertible Top


Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this nice example of a 1967 Lincoln Continental Convertible, Finished in stunning white paint with a beautiful Dark red leather interior, this magnificent motorcar has been beautifully maintained and has been driven just 88,811 miles from new. 1967 Lincoln Continental Convertible including the 462 V8 paired to its reliable 3-speed automatic transmission this car runs and drives great. The windows work, radio works, lights work, and with all new hydraulics for the top, it too works well. This is a very straight bodied car. You will see in the restoration pictures that it was in very good condition when they started. The car was well taken care of by previous owners and mostly garaged. Brand new complete dual exhaust mufflers were installed. The leather is in very good condition (no tears). The chrome is in good condition, but not quite show quality. This is a classic luxury vehicle. It is nicely equipped with features such as Bench Seats, Power locks and windows, and those world famous Lincoln Continental Suicide Doors. This is the last year they made the convertible. Only about 2200 suicide door convertibles were made and most have rusted badly or have been totally lost. It is very rare to find a Continental this clean and well kept. This is an incredible opportunity to acquire an investment-grade Continental Convertible at a good price. Classic cars have been proven to be among the most resilient and rewarding investments in recent years, with the historic Automobile Group Index (HAGI) jumping 39% in 2013 and posting gains of 395-percent over the last 10-years.

For 1967, few changes were made to the Continental, except for minor trim updates. The Lincoln emblem on the front fender was deleted on 1967 models. The dashboard gained several indicator lights, cruise control, and an oil pressure light. In the interest of safety, lap safety belts became standard alongside an energy-absorbing steering column. After only 2,276 were sold, 1967 was the final year for the convertible.The only factory four-door convertible produced after World War II, the 1967 Lincoln Continental Convertible is one of the heaviest automobiles ever produced by Ford Motor Company. At a curb weight of 5,712 (before options), it is the heaviest Lincoln since the Model K, and is 55 pounds heavier than the corresponding Cadillac Fleetwood Series 75 Limousine and 300 pounds heavier than the Imperial LeBaron of that year. The 5,712lbs curb weight is specified in the Lincoln catalog.This generation of Continental is favored by collectors and has appeared in many motion pictures, such as Goldfinger, The Matrix, Last Action Hero, California, Spider-Man 2, Hit and Run, Animal House, and the Inspector Gadget films.





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