1977 Lincoln painting with black lacquer 2 dr. 460 cubic in.

We did a complete body restoration on this car, stripped 3 coats of paint off it to bare metal; the kids did all the work except for spraying the color, that was their bodywork project, took the whole summer, gave it to my daughter for her first car; she doesn't like newer shitbox cars cuz she knows how crappy they're built.

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