Asking Price: $24,900 Questions

1960 Lincoln Continental Mark V

430ci V8 - Automatic - Unrestored Turquoise Leather Interior - 1 of only 807 produced!

Lot # 2880
Location Stanley, WI 54768
Seller Dealer
430ci V8
Sapphire Poly
Turquoise Leather
Asking Price: $24,900 Questions

Enjoyed for over 3,000 miles in the past year, this rare 1960 Continental Mark V Sedan is one of only 807 produced. Here are some key details:

  • 430cid V8 engine with automatic transmission
    • Engine and transmission rebuilt under prior ownership
  • Power vent windows and rear breezeway window
  • Original, unrestored leather interior in Turquoise
  • Older repaint in original Sapphire Poly
  • Chrome and brightwork in nice original condition
  • Recent maintenance and upgrades:
    • New battery and complete tune-up
    • New brake booster, master cylinder, wheel cylinders, and hoses
    • New tires and shocks all around
    • New exhaust resonators and mufflers
    • New headlights
    • New floormats
    • Electric fuel pump added

This car starts quickly, runs quietly, and floats smoothly. All lights, gauges, and power features function properly. Included is a purchase invoice from the previous owner dated 1962. Affectionately called Connie, this vehicle is hard to find, especially in this beautiful color.  Are you ready to be her next caretaker?


1960 Lincoln Continental Mark V


1960 Lincoln Continental Mark V


1960 Lincoln Continental Mark V

1960 Lincoln Continental Mark V

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  • Loki333 says:

    Is the rear flow thru window operate as it should? Power antenna work along with radio? Head liner clean and in good condition? Base coat clear coat paint? Age of paint job? Are their any electrical systems not working? Is there any pitting on crome? Thanks

    • Codys Classic Cars says:

      Hello, thank you for your interest. Yes, the rear window works perfectly. I don’t think the AM radio works but I may not have given it enough time to warm up? Headliner is in excellent original condition (see pics). I don’t think it has clear coat, and I was not given any info on the age of the repaint but am guessing it’s older. Presents very well as the pictures show, with just a few blemishes. The clock doesn’t work, rest of electrical, lights, gauges etc work fine. Chrome is original and in excellent shape, very little pitting (see all pics). Hope this helps, thank you!

  • hottoddy6757 says:

    I see a red hose with a valve on it. What is the problem with heater selector? Is all the missing Chrome & scripts of “MARK V” included? The front sway bar connectors to A frame & Frame are rotted as well as the door rubber seals. Are they in box in trunk? I see coolant leaking from radiator. Why a electric fuel pump? Is the Gas tank level sender bypassed for gas into lines to engine & or a bad fuel pump? I know just a few problems that could make finding replacements to return to original a quest to find. Rock Auto parts does not sell any of the mentioned parts as one source.

    • Codys Classic Cars says:

      Hello – thank you for your interest. The valve on the heater hose was there when we purchased the car. We’ve kept the valve off unless we want some heat, then we’ve turned it on and we get heat inside the car. The Mark V emblem is missing on the driver’s side, it must not have been replaced when the car was repainted many years ago. I do not have one but they are available. There is slight corrosion underneath, but no rot – this car spent the majority of it’s life in Colorado. The door seals are likely original, but there is little to no wind noise while traveling at highway speed. The radiator did have a slight leak when we first purchased but that has been repaired – what you see is residue from before. Electric fuel pump added as a precautionary measure – these 430’s are known for vapor-lock issues. Fuel tank sender works, gauge is pretty accurate. Nothing bypassed with fuel pump. As per description, I have driven this beautiful car on several road trips of 1k miles or more, and would not hesitate to drive clear across the country. Hope this helps, please let us know if you have any further questions and good luck!

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