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1964 Lincoln Continantal Four Door Retractable Parts Project 1964 Rare on 2040-parts.com

US $15,000.00
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Pelkie, Michigan, US

Pelkie, Michigan, US
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SELLING AS/IS RUNS DRIVES STOPS GAS TANK IS OUT OF CAR NEEDS FLUSH AND A RECOAT JOB AND SENDER, CAR SAT 22 YEARS IN DRY STORAGE NEEDS TOP , CRACKED EX. MANIFOLD , NEEDS PAINT BUT BODY IS VERY SOLID , BEST TO CALL ON MORE INFO. AND PIXS 90 SIX 201 28 24 DAN THANKS I HAVE DONE A LOT OF WORK TO CAR TO GET IT UP AND RUNNING AS SEEN IN PIXS CAR WAS ONCE OWNED BY JIMMY DURANTE

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