FOR SALE: Partially Restored
Antique/Classic / Clovis, New Mexico
I have three 1956 Lincolns, am getting old, and dont work on
them or play with them much any more.. Need to sell at least
one. If you come look at this Lincoln, buy and pay for it-- we
might make a deal for me to deliver it to you, if it is within a few
hundred miles.--- I gave $2500 for this car in 1999. It was
running, and drivable. I have spent an additional $4872.81 for
various refurbishing, and now have $7372.81 in it. A little more
skilled restoration work, and this car will become a real eye
catching classic. When is the last time you have seen a 1956
Lincoln Premiere? Not many of them around, anymore! It has
been stored inside ever since I have owned it. I have the chrome
trim, hub caps, and misc. parts missing in the pictures. They
were removed for body work, and painting. The car has a spare
wheel and tire in the trunk. Work done to this Lincoln, since I
bought it. Spare wheel, new mirrors, power brake rebuild and
total brake repair, better tires, tune-up of engine, new mufflers
and tailpipes, power steering and steering gear box repair, new
tail light lens, Lincoln chrome hub caps, power window switches,
body work (almost ready for paint) replacement Town and
Country Lincoln radio. This car is in my building in Clovis, New Mexico.
This ad is my first attempt to sell the car, since I have owned it.
The car runs, is drivable, but still needs complete upholstery,
paint, inside and out, and misc other restoration repairs. All
glass, and exterior body is in good shape.
I have a replacement Town and Country radio for it, new tail light
lens, and various small parts, in boxes. This car has the factory
air, which was optional, back then.
In 1956, the Lincoln Preimere, and the Cadillac were the two
main luxury cars in the US. It is now a real, rare classic! They
were great luxury road cars, and they are well built and strong.
The Red and Black picture is a Lincoln ad from 1956. It is what
this car could look like, when finished. A Lincoln Preimere
weighs almost 5000 pounds! This "blue line" will take you to a very
informative --December 1005 article about the 1956 Lincoln Premiere.
Email me if you have any questions.