1960 Ford Sunliner convertible,only driven by the original owner until 1969,when it was retired with a bad water pump,and put into storage,since.Wearing itsí factory Beachwood Brown paint,it is desireably equipped with the original 352 V8,Cruisematic transmission,P.S.,and P.B.The sheet metal around the bottom edges is rusty,but the frame and floors are generally solid.This Ford needs a complete restoration,but unmolested examples like this,do not come available very often. $8950.

1960 Lincoln Continental Hess and Eisenhardt converted Mark V Town Car, one of 136 produced. This excellent, original, unrestored car was sold new by Park Motor Mart, the local Lincoln-Mercury dealer in Lewiston, Maine, and has been in this area its entire life, accumulating less than 47 thousand original miles. It was never driven in the winter so it has no rust issues. It runs and drives great but could be enhanced cosmetically. $23,900.

1961 Dodge Phoenix mildly customized convertible-the body is solid,the paint is very good,accented by tasteful pinstriping,and the custom interior is as new.It has big MOPAR 440 V8 power,backed up to a 727 transmission,shifted by a Lokar unit.It looks good,and it runs and drives out strong. $29,900.

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