BF Classified: 1956 Lincoln Continental Mark II

Asking Price: $50,000
Location: El Paso, Texas
Mileage: 37,000
Title Status: Clean

Seller’s Description: Gorgeous, complete, White and Aqua 1956 Mark II with factory air – one of only 500 made with the factory air conditioning option. This is an unrestored, dry storage, rest free southwestern car. All upholstery is complete without wear or tears. Body is complete including all chrome moldings from the factory and hubcaps. Car is still in dry storage, and no attempt has been made to start the car in approximately 20 years. New wide white wall radial tires allow the card to be easily moved to a transport trailer. Widely collected by famous people you will be proud to own this spectacular vehicle!

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