1965 Lincoln Continental 4DR Sedan

1965 Lincoln Continental

Condition: Used
Make: Lincoln
Model: Continental
Type: Sedan
Year: 1965
Mileage: 73000
Color: Black
Engine: 430 ci
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clean
Item location: Richmond, Texas, United States
Extras
Air Conditioning, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
Leather Seats
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Description for Lincoln Continental 1965

1965 4DR Lincoln Continental Sedan with the factory suicide doors. Clear title in hand. I love driving this car and it get’s A LOT of attention everywhere I where it goes, but I just can’t find the time to drive it as much as I want. I've tried to explain everything I can below, but please let me know if you have any questions. I will do everything I can and be accommodating to assist remote buyers with shipping arrangements.

72,xxx miles; engine and transmission professionally rebuilt approximately 5k miles ago

Professional Rebuilt MEL 430; NEW internals, re-balanced,block chem-bathed/magna-fluxed (Scroggins; TX)

Professional Rebuilt Transmission (Lincolns West; CA)

All new transmission lines.

Professional Rebuilt power steering pump (Lincolns West; CA)

Professional Rebuilt steering box (Lincolns West; CA)

All new power steering lines

Steering tubing/rod/rag-joint/bearings professionally rebuilt/replaced (between steering wheel and box)

A/C working, new AC compressor (professionally installed).

FiTech Go EFI-4 600hp Fuel Injection (will include original working carburetor) with controller

New fuel pumps and high- and low-pressure gauges

New carpet and matching custom “Continental” floor mats

Front Suspension Rebuilt; all new bushings, ball-joints, and tie-rods

New battery, alternator, starter, regulator, and cables

Rear drum to disc conversion (by previous owner)

If I keep this car, what would I work on in the future?

Transmission Drip: I’m chasing down a minor drip toward the rear of the transmission. I’ve been under the car already and there’s a screw/plate behind the transmission pan towards the rear of the car that it’s dripping from.I haven’t pulled the plate yet, but I suspect it’s just a gasket that needs to be replaced.

Exhaust: Mufflers are shot and need to be replaced.

Power Windows/Seat: The passenger front window and driver cigar window aren’t working. The others work, but vary in speed. I would repair/replace the ones not working and clear/grease all window tracks.

Texas Heat: Due to the summer heat in Texas I would likely tint the windows and possible convert to an electronic water pump to help regulate the engine temps better.

Paint: The body seems super straight and the paint isn’t terrible, but up close there are noticeable scratches, paint chips, paint bubbles various spots around car. Paint is good for a driver and the local car meetups, but definitely not a show paint job.