1949 Lincoln Convertible.

I just bought this neat convertible. It's not stock even though it looks stock on the out side. Has a Cadillac front end and Cadillac engine and transmission. Engine has about 10,000 miles on rebuild. The rear is Cadillac. This explains why it runs and drives so well. Has power steering. Power disc brakes on the front. Tilt column. GM Air conditioning. Beautiful paint. The big chrome grill and bumper are gorgeous.  Bucket seats with arm rests. Stock power windows. Power top. Fender skirts. They don't build cars like this anymore. It almost did not fit in my garage. My wife and I have taken it out once so far for a Friday nite cruise and what a great driver it is. Very smooth and comfortable ( Cadillac ). I will have Joe at Old School Garage do the  service and safety check. The automatic temperature control is not blowing cold. Someone put the top down and did not unsnap the snaps so the top has a tear and snaps pulled out. I will have Rich's figure out the top. I'm thinking a tan Hartz cloth top. The worst thing on the Lincoln is the chrome side strips. They are a little wavy other wise it's outstanding. I do not know when this car was built or who did it. They did a lot of work installing the Cadillac components. They did a good job, but it's not show.  Very solid. The floor pans all look good. I bought the Lincoln in Boise from the family, but it spent most of the time in a hanger at the airport in Scottsdale AZ. I can tell he had it built for Az. to have a real nice classic driver and it sure is. 
             In the words of the family  “This car is quite special, a family heirloom, always under a cover needs an owner who can appreciate it and show it off.  Interior in impeccable condition.”   
             Most everything works including the clock.  If you want a great driving classic convertible with all the comfort you can find you will love this Lincoln. Cond. # 2. 
In the words of the family  “This car is quite special, family heirloom, always under a cover needs an owner who can appreciate it and show it off  Interior in impeccable condition.”    I will have more and this may be a keeper car for me. 


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Drager’s International 
Classic Sales
18805 Aurora Ave. N.
Seattle WA 98133
Jeri: 206-533-9600
Andrew: 206-459-3403
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We charge a $50.00 doc fee for instate and $100.00 doc fee for out of state sales on top of the selling price. The State of Washington says we can charge up to $150.00 doc fee that is negotiable. The doc fees cover costs such as trip permits and FedEx costs.

We sell all of our vehicles     AS IS, NO WARRANTY.     We check them over, we do a report card and we grade and decode  each vehicle.  We have them serviced and safety checked.  You can see these reports on our web page    We try very hard to tell you everything that we know.  We give you lots of photos and video so you can see the vehicles very well. We have been in classic sales for more than 30 years.


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