Classic Cars: Lincolns For Sale

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1976 Lincoln Continental

It's kind of hard not to fall in love with a long and luxurious surviving classic when it's at such an unbeatable price. From the big 460 V8 under the hood, to the opera windows in the vinyl roof, everything you could ever ask for...

$12,995   Concord, North Carolina

1966 Lincoln Continental

Lincoln is reaching into a lot of its heritage these days, which is reminding us all of some great cars. Arguably there's no better one than the Continental four-door convertible. And in the case of this 1966 model, it's a true icon...

$29,995   La Vergne, Tennessee

1985 Lincoln Mark VII

The Lincoln Mark VII is what the 5.0 Mustang wanted to be when it grew up. This 1985 Lincoln Mark VII LSC packs the same torque-happy V8 and offers notable upgrades like 4-wheel disc brakes, a sumptuous leather-lined interior...

$7,995   Fort Worth, Texas

1964 Lincoln Continental

There is no better way to showcase timeless grace. Period. This 1964 Lincoln Continental convertible has one of the best presentations showcasing one of the most sophisticated color combinations around. So when it also has the right features...

$77,995   Concord, North Carolina

1954 Lincoln Capri

Remember when Lincolns were the cars of choice for the most grueling races of the 1950s? Yes, Lincolns! Cars like this 1954 Lincoln Capri were renowned for their big horsepower, tidy handling, and bulletproof construction...

$22,995   Fort Worth, Texas

1978 Lincoln Continental

Town Car! Awesome rodeo rig or just a old school family Sunday cruise around car. This old beauty has 45,000 original miles! Well taken care of, no dents or dings. Paint in excellent condition! Drives like a dream!...

$6,495   

1961 Lincoln Continental

Sedan, Survivor Car. This is the first year of the Lincolns with the suicide doors. All original, matching numbers car with documentation and maintenance records back to 1964. Car runs and drives. Original interior and paint...

$38,895   

1977 Lincoln Continental Mark V

Despite decades of engineering progress, nobody has managed to duplicate the floating, effortless feeling of a true American Luxury car like this 1977 Lincoln Mark V. With a giant V8 up front, chiseled features, and a long list of features...

$17,995   Lithia Springs, Georgia

1956 Lincoln Continental Mark II

Automatic transmission, Two tone blue metallic and white, mint condition, eight cylinder Gasoline engine, original upholstery, leather seating, power seats, AM/FM radio, power steering, has 88,164 miles.

$32,000   Medford, Oregon

1963 Lincoln Continental

Suicide doors on extreme, clean inside and out, all original Lincoln. Have original wheels with hub caps.

$47,995