1969 Lincoln Continental Sedan Suicide doors

Make: Lincoln
Model: Continental
Type: Sedan
Trim: Continental Town Car Sedan
Year: 1969
Mileage: 64673
VIN: 9Y82A864409
Color: Green
Cylinders: 8
Drive type: RWD
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clean
Item location: Schodack Landing, New York, United States
Power Windows
Leather Seats

Listed by
Private seller

Description of 1969 Lincoln Continental Continental Town Car Sedan

Selling my 1969 Lincoln Continental. I'd describe it as being in beautiful, well looked after condition. The paint and trim work is shiny and very straight. A couple scuffs dings etc the worst of which is the bottom of the rear bumper. It runs and drives great, heat, headlights, taillights, brake lights all in working order. The tires are good they're white walls but have been upgraded to steel belted to be more reliable.This car was literally owned by a beautiful older lady and used on weekends to cruise around with her mother. The fluids all look like they were just changed. It starts right up and runs smooth. A little chrome polish and a professional detail would do a lot to bring this car to its full potential. The only negatives I know of are you have to pull up on the shifter lever to start it, the shifter linkage need's an adjustment. The directionals don't work with the stalk, from what I saw on Google there's a 3 prong relay under the dashboard that needs replacing as the directionals all work when engaging the hazards(4-ways). The back bumper has some rust on the bottom shown in the pictures. Please come see it and hear it run in person. No test rides unless you have a dealer plate as it's not currently registered. If you have 5 feedbacks or less message me before bidding or I will cancel your bid.Hagerty insurance places the value of this vehicle at 13,800 in very good condition which I believe it to be. This is a no reserve auction. Bid to win, $500 down payment due within 48 hours of auction end, check it out before hand, don't bid and think you'll come make your mind up after the fact. Any questions I'll respond as fast as possible. Thank you, happy bidding!