1947 Lincoln Continental Club Coupe. Fully restored in 1981 and barely driven since. Car was built in May of 1947 and shipped later that month to Van Etta Motors in Richmond, California. The first owners lived in Tracy, California and eventually traded the car in at the Cadillac Agency in San Francisco in 1956. The next day the car was sold to a couple just across the Golden Gate Bridge in Mill Valley. They kept it until 1967. It ended up with a man named Bart, then Ray Niegel of Auburn, California who restored the car and eventually sold locally. This is car number 613. It is Sea Gull Gray with the correct Green Leather and Whipcord interior. (replaced at a cost of $4800 in 1981). The interior is still immaculate with the exception of the headliner which has some moth holes (see pictures). It sports the functioning two-speed Warner Overdrive, factory radio (works), fog lamps, heated seats and more.
This is a grand machine, a glorious reminder of yesterday's automotive quality and splendor. Many receipts and documents are included. The 12 cylinder motor was fully rebuilt in 1981, with just a few thousand gentle miles since.
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