1969 Lincoln Continental Mark III

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FEATURES INCLUDE:

460 ci V-8 


3 Speed Auto Transmission


Disc Brakes Front


Drums Brakes Rear


Climate Control ( Operable)


Original Interior


Original Paint

 

We are presenting a very original 69 Mark III. The current owner purchased this car from the son of the original owner. The mileage was said to be actual and the car has not been restored.    

The current owner has done the following to the Lincoln:


1- New Water Pump, Power Steering Pump 
2- Rebuilt Carburetor
3-New Timing Chain
4-New Fuel Pump
5- New Tires and Wheels
6- New Headlight Actuators
7- A/C converted to 134A
8- Radiator Flushed
Just FYI- The water pump has the same casting number as a Boss 429 

The driver's seat does have a section of the leather coming apart. The seats are in good condition otherwise, and the back seat is in very good shape.   The dash is in very good condition. The gauges are working and the climate control works well. Watch our video to see the windows working.    The original trunk carpeting has seen better days. There is some surface rust, but the trunk is still solid.    There are 3 of the original wheel covers.   The grill is in very good condition.    The undercarriage is in very good condition for being original. Other than surface rust, it looks very solid.  

This Mark III runs great. When doing the video, the transmission shifted as it should and we noticed no smoke from the exhausts.   

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