Lincoln 1957-1984 - 2020 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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2020 Market Review - Lincoln 1957-84

Ford’s luxury brand took longer than Cadillac to be accepted onto the Australian market and even then its presence didn’t last for long. Once the classy Mark 3 Continental appeared, local dealers took an interest in Lincoln imports and throughout the 1970s brought in a lot of Mark IV and V two-doors. These were laboriously converted to right-hand drive and very expensive as a result.

| Buyer's Guide: Lincoln Continental 1968-1980

Survivors haven’t held those values and very good two-door Lincolns might reach $35,000. They join a smattering of 1950s and ‘60s cars in the market, none of which will be particularly expensive.

1960s Continental Convertibles in excellent condition are the only models to regularly exceed $50,000, while Town Cars offer interesting and prestigious transport at around $25,000.

All Models 1957-60 $42,985 [6]

Continental 1961-67 $37,000 [1]

Continental Conv. 1961-67 $39,835 [3]

Continental Mark III $27,125 [4]

Continental Mark IV-V $23,555 [9]

Town Car 1968-84 $28,600 [2]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2020 Muscle Car & US Car Value Guide.

| 2019 Market Review: Lincoln 1957-1984


From Unique Cars #447, December 2020

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