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1967 Lincoln Continental Convertible

Beautifully Restored, Tour or Show, Gorgeous!

$66,800

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The iconic and timeless styling of the 1960s Lincoln Continental 4-Door Convertibles has made them a favorite among American automotive collectors and enthusiasts for decades. Me included! This particular Lincoln is stunning with its gorgeously understated exterior paint complemented by its beautiful all leather interior. This very well maintained and updated Lincoln Convertible would be an exciting addition to any collection to be enjoyed on tours and shows.

THE ESSENTIALS

This 1967 Lincoln Continental Convertible has been very well maintained and was updated at the cost of over $80,000 in 2017 by repainting all exterior horizontal surfaces, adding a new vinyl convertible top, re-chroming parts as needed and replacing the entire interior with gorgeous new leather.  This Continental has proven to be a dependable touring car and is ready to drive across the country. This stunning Lincoln Continental could easily be the center piece of most collections.

This Lincoln Convertible was acquired new by an airline pilot in 1967 and enjoyed for numerous years. The current owner, Bradley Huson, acquired the Lincoln in 2015 in Portland, OR. In 2017, Mr. Huson updated the Lincoln’s exterior paint and chrome, restored the interior and had the power convertible top systems restored and replaced with a new black vinyl top.

The exterior of this iconic Lincoln Continental is gorgeous with its rear-hinged coach doors, bladed fenders and slab side styling. The stunning and understated livery is finished in Medium Beige Metallic (Code E). The horizontal surfaces were all repainted in 2017 and the entire exterior has a beautiful luster and shine.  The chrome has been re-chromed only as needed and is in very nice overall condition as is the stainless bright work. The black vinyl power top looks beautiful and functions very well as it completely disappears into the trunk and requires no exterior boot. This is a wonderful design feature that keeps the lines of the Lincoln clean and crisp. The black convertible vinyl top is a very nice complement to the Medium Beige paint. The chrome wheel covers are in excellent condition as are the period correct white wall tires. The overall exterior of this Lincoln is stunning and is ready to be enjoyed on tours and shown.

The beautiful interior of this Lincoln Convertible is completed overall in soft and supple Medium Saddle Leather and shows little to no wear. The dash is in gorgeous condition as are the gauges which all function as designed, including the clock! The dark brown wool carpet is in very nice condition and shows very little wear, which is mostly due to the continued use of the woven floor mats. This Lincoln is very well optioned, as expected, with power steering, power brakes, power windows, power seats, temperature control (air conditioning), speed control and an AM/FM sound system. The overall interior of this Lincoln Convertible is stunning and show ready.

The Lincoln’s engine compartment has been nicely detailed and painted and is home to the smooth and strong running 462 ci V-8 motor producing 340 hp. The power is transferred to the rear wheels through the 3-speed automatic transmission which shifts smoothly and functions quietly. The undercarriage is very clean, rust free and shows well overall.

This Lincoln Continental Convertible is absolutely stunning to look at and drive. It comes complete with the Lincoln Continental Owner’s Manual, Lincoln Continental Shop Manual and the Convertible Top Operations Manual. This Lincoln needs nothing to be enjoyed on tours and shown.

We have this Lincoln Convertible priced very well. The Hagerty No. 2 value is $78,900 and the No. 3 value is $64,700, with values increasing about 6% over the last year. This Lincoln is a No. 2.

For more information and details, please call or text Chip Henson at +1.602.509.4776 or email us at sales@classicpromenade.com. This 1967 Lincoln Continental Convertible is available for inspection at our Phoenix showroom. We are pleased to offer FaceTime or WhatsApp live video inspections and we help coordinate shipping worldwide. We also have financing partners if you are interested in financing.

1967 Lincoln Continental Convertible

$66,800

PRIVATE SALE STATUS
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LOCATION USA
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1967 Lincoln Continental Convertible
1967 Lincoln Continental Convertible

$66,800

VIN 7Y86G801809
BODY STYLE Convertible Sedan
FUEL Gasoline
MILES 90,713
DOORS 4
INT COLOR Medium Saddle Leather
EXT COLOR Medium Beige Metallic
YEAR 1967
LOCATION Phoenix, AZ
PRIVATE SALE STATUS
SELLER
VIEWS 894

Lincoln Continental Convertible

At its launch, the fourth-generation Lincoln Continental was offered solely as a four-door, as either a sedan or a convertible. For the first time on a Lincoln since 1951, rear doors were rear-hinged (suicide doors). To alert drivers of open doors, Lincoln fitted the dashboard with a "Door Ajar" warning light as seen on many…
At its launch, the fourth-generation Lincoln Continental was offered solely as a four-door, as either a sedan or a convertible. For the first time on a Lincoln since 1951, rear doors were rear-hinged (suicide doors). To alert drivers of open doors, Lincoln fitted the dashboard with a "Door Ajar" warning light as seen on many modern automobiles. Latching at the B-pillar with a vacuum-operated central locking system, convertibles used an abbreviated pillar while sedans were "pillared hardtops.” In the configuration, a thin B-pillar supported the roof structure while all four doors utilized frameless door glass in the style of a hardtop or convertible; the layout would become used by several Ford Motor Company sedans during the 1960s and 1970s. In what would be the first four-door convertible from a major American manufacturer after World War II, the Lincoln Continental convertible was fitted with a power-operated top on all examples. Deriving its mechanism from the Ford Fairlane 500 Skyliner hardtop convertible, the Continental was fitted with a fabric roof that stored under a rear-hinged deck lid/filler panel. In a similar fashion as the Skyliner, to access the trunk for storage, the deck lid was opened electrically without raising or lowering the roof.

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