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1969 Lincoln 2 Door Hardtop Coupe, Nice Driver, Over 30 Photos, No Reserve on 2040-cars

US $6,900.00
Year:1969 Mileage:151000

Elmira, Oregon, United States

Elmira, Oregon, United States

This is a nice driver quality older car. I purchased it last spring and really like the car. Unfortunately, indoor storage is limited and I do not want to let this car sit out this winter. A good friend of mine knows the previous 2 owners of this car and has some first hand knowledge of what was done. This is much of the reason I purchased the car. Engine & transmision were rebuilt a few years back, and have very few miles on them. Car runs strong, shifts smooth and solid as it should. I do NOT have reciepts on these rebuilds. Has been repainted, but I am not sure when. Car has been stored inside ever since being painted, so age is hard to tell. Still bright and shiney. Sharp looking car. I call it red, but it is a dark red, looks burgandy at night. Has some minor paint chips and such, and I did see one small door ding. Car is driven. Tires are few years old with very few miles on them. Brakes were completely gone through last May with calipers wheel cylinders master cylinder and such. (have reciept) Interior is in decent shape. It is a black interior, but the seats have been replaced with dark blue seats. I did not even notice at first, but in the sun it is obvious. They are the correct seats for the car and are in good shape. Door panels all look pretty good. Windows seem to work when they want. Today 3 went down fine, one needed help, and 2 needed help up. I have a couple of extra window motors that I got with the car, not sure if they are good, but they go with it. Air conditioning belt has been removed, don't know anything about that. Slight exhaust leak, noticable at idle, not really when driving. Carpets have been replaced. Dash has some big cracks, but aftermarket cover on it looks OK. Headliner has a few holes, but is in place and not sagging or coming apart. New battery in May.

Has aftermarket Stereo system that is not too bad, see photos.

This car gets looks and compliments everywhere I go. A great car to jump in and have fun.

Odometer shows 51,000, but I'm guessing it has gone over once.

Clean and Clear Oregon Title in my name.

I've tried to be as clear and honest as I can on this car. Feel free to email with any questions.

This is a USED car. Will be sold 100% as-is. Buyer is responsible for picking up or making shipping arrangements. I will help as much as possible.

$500 Paypal Deposit due within 48 hours of auction end. Payment in full within 7 days via Wire transfer Postal Money Orders or Cash in hand on pickup. Pickup of car should be within 30 days. Car will be stored outdoors.

There are some water spots in these photos as I did a quick was job with well water just before photos. Paint is not spotted

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When Lincoln pulled the wraps off the MKC Concept at the Detroit Auto Show earlier this year, we said that the very attractive concept was going to closely mirror the production vehicle. With few exceptions, a clad prototype recently caught running on public roads seems to substantiate our statement.
From what the pictures reveal, the disguised Lincoln MKC production mule and show concept seem to share the same waistline with identical sculpting over the wheels. The midsection of the two also appear to match with the same flare and styling. The lower rockers have been cleaned up a bit, mainly to be more practical in the real world (the deep chisels on the show car would have collected mud and snow).
Taking a look at the exposed front bumper, we see a very similar lower fascia complete wtih the metal skid plate on the chin. The window profile also seems to match the concept, though we're still unclear exactly how that C- and D-pillar section is going to look. Of course, and it always seems to be the case when concepts evolve into production vehicles, the MKC gains four normal door handles, standard-sized mirrors and a slightly smaller wheel/tire package. We expect the production version of the Lincoln MKC to debut later this year.

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After the horrible weather last winter, it's hard to look forward for the season to return this year. For those readers in much of the country, the snow is going to be flying soon, and with it comes salt on the roads. That means Ford's regional recall for the 2007-2008 Edge and Lincoln MKX arrives at the perfect time because they are at risk for corrosion.
The campaign covers 204,448 examples of the models in 21 states, plus the District of Columbia and some provinces of Canada. In total there are 186,024 vehicles in need of repair in the US and 18,424 in Canada.
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