I have an opportunity to acquire a 1963 Lincoln Continental Convertible. The original MEL 430 is long gone, but the turbo-drive Cruise-o-Matic variant is still there.
I'm looking for a smooth, dead-reliable engine swap..one with good parts availability and easy maintenance. Something I can...
I saw the post goin between Miller, Hobart, Linoln but I have been looking at the Tweco Fabricator. Does anyone have feedback on Tweco? it looks like it could be an awesome machineand most reviews I have seen seem on the up and up. Any input would be greatly appreciated.
Hey guys, i recently was given a 68 Lincoln Continental. Its been sitting for 20+ years. The woman that gave it to me parked it in her yard so it was running fine.
Currently the engine compartment is covered in leaves and has a rats nest.
My question is what would you recommend to get this...
Did Lincoln and Mercury ever design their own engines like Buick, Olds, and Pontiac did at one time before using corporate engines? Or was it always Ford engines?
Thanks in advance! :thumbup:
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