Cruising the piece in style is a must for genuine car-heads, as whenever you go out you better be displaying the whip the piece of unique from your garage, or what is the purpose of going out?
For those that need the class in style and everyone’s eyes on them as they go around the corner, this 1964 Lincoln Continental Convertible highlighted at a current Mecum auction is long and low cruiser ideal for a drive on a shiny afternoon.
Mecum Auctions has been bringing some of the best vehicles around the globe to auction since they first started as a small family business in 1988. Mecum now has held the title of most collector cars offered and sold at auction, as well as the number of venues and the total value of sales, for several years.
The thing with Lincoln Conti is, it isn’t for everybody. You either adore it or you loathe it. There’s no in the middle of, however, the tuner is certain this unblemished case here will just get only love. Ii is lovely and hung in current customizers’ top pick: matte wrap.
Completely redone from stem to stern, this urban vessel packs a 7.0-Liter V8 enormous piece in the engine that takes breaths from an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor before yelping through high-quality 2.5-inch fumes, while a programmed transmission guarantees that driving filthy will be a brainless assignment.
The wrap, a custom Tungsten wrap connected by AWT and trims painted in sparkle dark, supplements its level sides and its (extremely) pummeled ride tallness – if AccuAir programmable air ride suspension, to offer a snappy appearance that is conspicuous like such huge numbers of low-riders do.
The outside is wrapped in a custom Tungsten complete for a really one of a kind appearance, a look all around supplemented by the 20-inch Mobsteel haggles trimmed in an excellent Alcantara material.
There are numerous great American autos as yet being adored. Some of them even modded to an abnormal extent. Not this one. Not this special 1964 Lincoln Continental Convertible. This custom 1964 Lincoln Continental Convertible is up for snatch on the Mecum Auctions’ Huston sale.