Barn Find - 1978 Lincoln Continental Town Car, Garage Find, Survivor
A follow up video to the "other" Lincoln that was parked next to the 1959 MKIV in a twin garage. Both of these cars have sat untouched for nearly 20 years. The 78 is on the road and the 59 is next for resurrection!
BARN FIND 1959 Lincoln Continental MKIV, Garage Find, Survivor
Following up on a 1959 Lincoln Continental from the owner of a 1963 Olds 98
convertible "survivor" I recently acquired. This car was actually parked in
1993, so it's been sitting under a cover in the solitude of a residential
garage for almost 20 years...
See the 1978 Lincoln here: http://youtu.be/Efh-lj2WbpQ
AMAZING Edsel Barn Find, Rare Cars Parked and Left. Pacer Convertible, Rangers, Dodge Charger
5/4/14...Just saw this in person yesterday and it blew my mind. In what
can be best described as a 2000 sq ft litterbox, I opened this barn to find
almost 10 cars that seemed to have been parked 30 years ago...so tightly
that it was hard to get between them. The most amazing cars in the lot
were an Edsel Pacer Convertible, and a Dodge Charger. Both of these cars
appeared to have been in pristine condition when parked. The seller's
agent told me that they are in the process of removing the cars from the
barn and going though them in preparation for selling them. Amazing!!!
Barn Find Resurrection - 1959 Lincoln Continental
Grabbing the 1959 Lincoln Continental MKIV as seen in the first barn find
video and bringing back to life. I rented the small garage space from the
seller until I could make time and space for the project. Lincoln should
have won the space race.
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Lincoln Town Car & The LAST Year Model http://www.1ownercarguy.com and yea
they made a 98 and such but the 1997 and down WOW This Last year edition is
the only Year you can get with the factory Xeneon Or however its spelled
Head lights. This is a Beautiful 1 Owner car that is barley Broken in with
around 83,000 original Miles.. My X-Wife just drove the car from San Diego
to Salt Lake City (about 1400 Miles) Problem Free it is just in Great shape
and runs shifts and steers Great. Make sure and check out My channel I have
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Featuring a standard V8 engine, body-on-frame design, rear-wheel drive and
large exterior and interior dimensions, the Town Car was based on the
Ford Panther platform. This gave it powertrain and suspension commonality
with the Mercury Grand Marquis and the Ford LTD Crown Victoria (later the
Crown Victoria). This design made them durable even in the rough conditions
taxi and livery cars are subjected to, and easy and cheap to repair when
they did suffer damage. Town Cars are typically operated in commercial
service for at least 400,000 miles.
Its large dimensions made it the largest car in production in North
America. From 1997 to 2011, the Town Car was the longest car (but not the
heaviest) built in the Western Hemisphere, measuring nearly 18 feet (5.49
m) in length for a standard Town Car and 18.5 feet (5.64 m) for an L
Lincoln is also believed to be preparing a true Town Car successor on a
rear-wheel drive platform to rival the Mercedes S-Class and BMW 7-series
The Town Car underwent a minor exterior facelift for the 1995 model year.
Changes to the exterior included smaller, clear headlights as well as
additional running lights in the rear. Larger door mirrors were
body-colored (formerly chrome), and were moved slightly forward on the door
itself. Updated bumpers front and rear, new body side moldings, and the
deletion of the small fixed window in the rear doors completed the exterior
changes. The antenna was removed from the outside of the car and integrated
into the rear window.
1995 also saw the introduction of a new steering wheel, which was used in
all Panther-based sedans from 1998 to 2004. In addition to the cruise
Also introduced in 1995 was a new digital dash layout (replacing the unit
used since 1993) that featured a more italicized look to the readouts,
while the exterior temperature readout moved from the dash cluster to the
climate control panel. A "miles to go" trip computer feature was added.
Dual power recliners with lumbar support—as well as a three-position
driver's seat and mirror memory function became standard (formerly
optional) on Signature Series which could be assigned to the keyless entry
remotes as well as the up to four personal keyless entry codes. Heated
seats were a new option, and door panel switches now featured (slight)
illumination from a lamp located below the interior door handle. Power door
lock switches were back-lit, and were mounted high up on the driver and
passenger door panels. The fuel door release (previously mounted in the
center dash panel) and trunk release button moved from inside the glove
compartment to the lower driver's side door panel. Similar to the previous
year, Signature and Cartier models featured dual clamshell storage armrests
up front with cassette storage, coin holder, and an optional Cell phone.
The 1997 Cartier models held dual cup holders in the rear center armrest,
and offered lighted vanity mirrors in the headliner for the two outboard
rear seating positions.
With the demise of the Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham after 1996, the Town Car
became the last of its kind: the last American full-size, rear-wheel drive
luxury car. The demise of the Fleetwood also made the Town Car the largest
mass-produced car available in North America.
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Barn Find 1932 Chevy Taxi
This Barn find was in the barn near the trucks I recently uploaded. This
one is close to being a driver!
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Massive Barn Find in Portugal
I've tried to identify most of the 180 cars found locked away in here, can
anyone recognise any others? I will add them to the video along with
corrections if confirmed 100%. What is that 2nd Formula race car?
Ford Capri Barn Find....
Helping my neighbour Les,drag a 1977 Ford Capri out of a dark and dank
barn...last driven in 1981, been parked in the barn since then.
Storage Auction Find - 1966 FORD FALCON and MORE!
By remote bid I won this unit for $800.00 containing a 1966 Ford Falcon 2
door survivor, Mazda 13B rotary engine, Garrett turbo charger, Jaguar IRS rear end, VW 091
transaxle, paintball marker plus gear, tools, headers, Klein mountain bike
and lots more. Watch as I resurrect the FORD FALCON and drive it around.
There's not much more rewarding than reviving a classic, forgotten car.
Lamorghini Miura Unearthed | Chasing Classic Cars
Wayne takes a quick pit stop in the Midwest to inspect a rare Lamborghini
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1952-53 Ferrari 212 Ghia Cabriolet Barn Find
Watch in HD!
Not sure if this is the recent barn find that was found in Michigan but it
looks pretty darn close. If someone knows more about this car please
comment. Cant wait to see it restored.
1960 Cadillac Eldorado Barn Find
Watch this 1960 Cadillac Eldorado driving around town. A true barn find
and on the road again. This El Dorado is Siena Rose exterior and Siena Rose
Cardinal Cloth and Metallic Leather inside. An Original heater ( H) and Air
Conditioner (K) car.
1955 Buick Special Barn Find
The storage for some old vehicles has been lost, the property was sold,
hence the barn must be cleared for the new owners. This '55 Buick was
sitting the corner, minus rear wheels and axle shafts, we saw the
differential gears were missing, hence the disassembled unit. The ceiling
was low in the barn, thus we used the car dolly, after jacking up the rear
end of the car carefully. With 1 tire completely flat (what a wrestling
act!) and the other one pretty low, the car was finally coaxed out of the
barn, into the light after umpteen years. Thanks to Josh showing up to do
his chores and helping us to safely get the car back up the road by helping
to secure the car tightly to the dolly, then using his Kubota tractor with
the flashing signals to ward off cars speeding up the road. It was quite
the setup we had pulling the car backwards, myself steering like an old
hook and ladder firetruck to help the car around curves and turns.