1964 Lincoln Continental, Suicide Doors, NEW interior, rebuilt engine and trans

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Technical specifications

Manufacturer:Lincoln
Model:Continental
Year:1964
Type:Sedan
Color:Black
Mileage:101,000
Transmission:Automatic
Interior Color:Black
Engine:7.0L 7048CC 430Cu. In. V8 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
Trim:Base
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1964 Lincoln Continental Sedan. I purchased this car several months ago from a guy and then ended up finding a convertible so my attention is now on the convertible and I'm selling this one. Previous owner has spent over $10,000 (documented) on various items such as rebuilding motor, transmission, rear end, new seats and carpet, and misc items. Car is ready for someone to finalize some small items and tweaks, and then re-paint it. I dont know alot about this car as I have only had it for a couple months and have not done any work to it other than just getting a repair shop to check it out, do compression check on the motor, and get a texas title and registration.
What I know it needs:
AC system has been checked and its holding compression and was told by repair shop that it needs the following: AC Compressor, AC Drier, recharge system (about $500 in parts)New Decklid. Current one was repaired but not very well so I would just find a new one before you paint it. (approx. $250-$500)New Windshield (has crack) - (approx. $500)Window Switches need refurbishing. Most of them work but a couple have broken latches and/or dont work ($35/switch to repair. There is a guy on ebay that does this)You can drive this car no problem while you are fixing all these items so you can enjoy it while doing these repairs. I live in Texas and drive it off and on when its not 100 degrees since the AC is currently not working.
Please check out my feedback and feel free to send any questions you may have and I'll do my best to answer them. Also, feel free to contact me and come check out the car so you will comfortable about your bid.
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