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Thread: 1834 2011-2016 Sales Activity

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    Sold 25 June 16. $13250.
    Ralph Messina
    Bridgewater, NJ

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    1834 F/S Ebay Memphis, TN

    The following is taken from the link below:
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/172369763983

    1956 Lincoln Continental Mark II
    Seller: sk8high123
    VIN: C56A1834
    Mileage indicated: 56,413
    1956 Lincoln Mark ii in good daily driver condition. Original California car. Has good interior and a very solid rust free body and driver quality chrome and glass
    1956 Lincoln Mark ii in good driver quality condition with its original v8 engine rebuilt. The transmission had a full rebuild as well as all seals replaced. The carburetor also was rebuilt. all new brakes and hoses were replaced as well. Master cylinder was rebuilt The paint is in good condition as well as the interior with only a few small tears in the kick panels. The Car runs and drives well. The car leaks no oil . The chrome is in average condition with no major dents only minor fading over time. The car is a California car with no rust anywhere or any holes. The trunk area as well as the floor boards are very dry and in good condition. The vehicle can be driven as is and only needs minor cosmetics to be a show car.
    If you have any questions or need anymore photos you can call me @ 9016520106 thanks AL
    John Snoddy

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    Final selling price $13,250.00 with the possibility of it being rust free with newer exhaust system, a rebuilt transmission and another Mark II engine in a crate. Compare this to 2774 with no engine or transmission and modifications for $8950.00. I would say this is probably a good deal if it doesn't have rust, and they say it runs and drives well.
    C56K3391
    Two-Tone 05/16
    1950 Mercury Sedan

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    C56K3391
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    1834 Sold Ebay $17677.00
    Here are some vintage pics of 1834 in Cali...
    Mileage indicated: 56,413
    http://s1097.photobucket.com/user/Cr...?sort=3&page=1
    John Snoddy

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    Not familar with this ad site, but it looks like 1834 is available again; copyright on ad is 2017:
    http://davidsclassiccars.com/lincoln...tom-paint.html

    Edit to add: My apologies, it looks like David's Classic Cars just scrapes information from other sites -- with their own copyright on it, to boot. This is probably not new info.
    Last edited by markmark; 04-19-2017 at 08:31 PM.
    Peter Hill
    C56A1832

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