The Lincoln Continental Mark I is considered by the classic car club of America to be one of the last full classic cars ever built. During the production of the 46-48 body style only 1241 convertibles were built and cost new nearly five thousand dollars. The V-12 engine had a displacement of 337 ci and a horse power rating of 152. This Lincoln is an example of a maintained car that was only restored as needed over the years. It was purchased by the Dezer collection in 1987.
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