A salvage yard in Colorado is moving out some older cars to make room for more recent vehicles that make up a larger portion of its business. One of the star cars in the exodus is a true American Classic: a 1948 Lincoln Continental that is whole and beautiful. This car stems from the original Lincoln Continental that Edsel Ford had custom designed by the chief Ford stylist, Eugene T. "Bob" Gregori, for his March 1939 vacation. This car is powered by a 351 Ford engine linked to the original manual transmission. There is rust in the rockers but overall the car is very clean. The photos speak well for this desirable car. Transport is available.
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LocationDenver, Colorado Mileage: Engine: Ford 351 Body Type: Coupe Interior: gray Exterior: light green