Jack Frost Auto Museum is pleased to offer a privately owned 1956 Continental Mark II VIN#C5691288 Just under 3,000 were produced and less than half are believed to exist today. Vehicle was purchased from the original owner on January 7th 1963 with 49,000 miles. The second owner was president of the Lincoln Continental Owners Club, he documented every time the car was washed, fuel was filled, and maintenance performed from 1963 until he passed away in 1990, the car had 71,005 miles. The car sat for another 21 years until we purchased it and displayed it in our museum. (Photos of documents attached) In 2017 we began a two year full restoration including: Rebuild of the original engine and transmission. New complete exhaust system, all new brake and fuel lines. Complete paint job in the original Forest Green Metallic. Body was stripped down to bare metal (not a spot of rust on the car). Interior was stripped, cleaned, and dyed in the original two tone green color (including trunk, carpet, and headliner). All chrome and stainless in excellent condition, every piece was removed and either re chromed or buffed to a high shine. The Continental Mark II is proudly displayed in our museum and available to show by appointment only. If you would like more information or pictures please call/email The front windshield is in excellent condition. The paint is in great shape and condition. No dings are visible on this vehicle. This vehicle comes with a new set of tires. The interior is clean and in good condition. The exterior was well maintained and is extra clean. The engine is functioning properly and has no issues. This vehicle has no previous collision damage. The transmission shifts very smoothly. The brakes are in great condition. The battery is in excellent condition. A full size spare is included with this vehicle.
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