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1956 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL MARK 11 COUPE
Classic Luxury! 1956 Lincoln Continental Mark II. The first year of the second generation Continental. With a price tag of $10,000 when new, the Mark II (equivalent to nearly $91,000 today) cost the same as five Ford Customlines. With a large number of power-equipment features included, the Mark II was offered with a single option: $595 for air conditioning. This car is equipped with factory air-conditioning.
The 368 cu in 6.0L Y-block V8 starts; runs and drives well, boasting 300HP from the factory. When current owner purchased the car in 2010, over $6,000 of mechanical work was done to ensure its drivability including carburetor rebuild, pushrods, exhaust valves and seats; heads rebuilt, hoses, belts, heater motor and more. Brakes, suspension and handling all in good, working order. Power windows are operational as well as horn, lights and gauges.
The car was re-painted many years ago in Pastoral Blue by a previous owner, a consumer-level respray with a nice shine and even with a few scuffs here and there, presentable as-is. The floors and inner-rockers are solid.
This Continental Mark II Coupe is a nice, solid, driver-quality Lincoln that should bring plenty of enjoyment.
TRANS DOES NOT LEAK ANY FLUIDS AND ENGINE DOES NOT DRIP ANY OIL.