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1969 Lincoln Continental Mrk.lll 2dr.HT.Coup For Sale
|For Sale: 1969 Lincoln Continental Mark III 2 door hardtop coupe - $ 3500.00.
According to sources on the net, Classic Cars are an excellent investment as they are increasing in value year over year. Cars at the high end of the market are doing better as investments than Gold or the S&P 500.
This is a 1969 Lincoln Continental Mark lll, 2dr. Hard Top Coup.
I started the restoration but am unable to finish due to unforeseen personal circumstances, so am selling the car. The motor and drive train are excellent. All parts are with the car. The bottom of the car looks a little mottled as I started sanding the surface in preparation for paint. The car would be beautiful all Black as the entire inside of the car, including the carpet, is all original and done in Black. The interior headliner is excellent and done in Black. The chrome on the car is good. The body is straight, no dings or dents. The outside top of the car is Black and in excellent condition. The car is all original and may be a numbers matching car, this would have to be checked.
Location is in Grass Valley, CA. Vin: 9Y89A844715
Year; 1969. Transmission; Automatic. Body Type; 2dr. Coup. Model; Mark lll Series.
Title; Clear. Trim; Black Top, Black Leather/Upholstery Interior with Black Carpet.
Leather Seats. Engine; V8 Gas, 460cu.in. 365 stock HP. Rear Wheel Drive.
Mileage; 86,000. Power Options; Air Conditioning, Power Windows.
According to the 2011 National Automobile Dealers Association Classic car Pricing Guide,
the following are the retail selling prices for the car with air conditioning.
Low retail $8,950. Average Retail $15,950. High Retail $29,920
If interested, Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Dave or Mark at 925-963-1642 or 530-559-1221. If we don't pickup, please leave a message as cell phone connections are sometimes sporadic here in the foothills.
2013 has come and gone, and during the year, the collector car market saw an up-tick in values over all. It is all about condition, on originality and horsepower (aka speed).
High end Exotics are up 15 to 20%,
Early 1920s and 1930s models are up 10 to 15%.
1940s are up 9 to 12%
1950s are up 8 to 12%
1960s are up 12 to 16%
1970s are up 8 to 12% and
1980s are up 4 to 8%.
Still the best bets are convertibles, hardtop coupes, limited production models, and documented cars and trucks. Buy documented autos. If you are selling, get the paperwork together before you attempt to market your vehicle.
By Larry Batton, President of Auto Appraisal Group, Submitted by Landon Schadel, Certified Appraisal Group.
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|Ad Start Date: Feb 10, 2015
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Started: Feb 10, 2015