Serial Number:C56C2255Paint Code:14 Starmist White Interior Code:1B6M Deep Red w/ White InsertsProduction Location:Dearborn, MichiganPrice New:$10,490Mileage:59,660Vehicles Produced:2,996Curb Weight4.980 PoundsEngine:Dimensions:Displacement:368 in.Wheelbase:126.0 in.Horsepower:300 HPLength:218.4 in.Width: 77.5 in.Comment:Continental for 1956 was one of the most expensive cars in the world with a cost of $10,000 at a time when a regular Ford could be had for less than $2000, it rivaled Rolls-Royce. But despite its astronomical price tag, Ford Motor Company actually lost money on each one sold. On a side note, Cadillac suffered a similar financial loss with its own Continental rival, the four-door Eldorado Brougham. Vehicles such as these were image builders for the two companies, as well as test beds for new ideas and concepts. The Continental Mark II was sold for just two model years, with less than 3,000 total units built. Between the tales of dealers turning potential buyers away because they were not deemed to be the right kind of people to own Continental, and its sticker price found affordable by only the world's wealthiest, the Continental became almost mythical. Many celebrities drove them, including Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, Carsten Hoffmann, the Shah of Iran, Nelson Rockefeller and Henry Kissinger among others. The 1956 film High Society includes several scenes with a Mark II. The 1957 film drama Sweet Smell of Success includes a brief glimpse of the Mark II; the car belongs to Burt Lancaster's Broadway-columnist character J.J. Hunsecker. SOLD at RM Auction
All scheduled maintenance, Excellent condition, Looks & drives great, Must see, No accidents, Non-smoker, One owner, Upgraded sound system, Very clean interior Always garaged, Fully loaded, Low mileage, No accidents, Non-smoker, One owner, SOLD
THE CAR PRESENTED HERE IS AN EXCELLENT EXAMPLE OF THE CHEVORLET CORVETTE. CORVETTE STYLING WAS SUBSTANTIALLY UPGRADED IN 1961. ALTHOUGH ENTHUSIASTS AT THE TIME DID NOT KNOW IT, THEY WERE BEING GIVEN A SNEAK PEAK OF THINGS TO COME. THE REAR WOULD CARRY OVER TO 1963, WHICH WOULD BE A PIVOTAL YEAR IN CORVETTE HISTORY. THE "DUCKTAIL" DESIGN OF THE 1961 (AND '62) WOULD BE KNOWN AS "TRANSITIONAL" YEARS. THE EXHAUST NOW EXITED BELOW THE BODY AND NOT VIA AN OPENING IN THE BUMPER AS IN PREVIOUS YEARS. THE FOUR ROUND TAIL LIGHTS WAS THE START OF A CORVETTE TRADITION THAT WOULD CONTINUE FOR MORE THAN 50 YEARS. ADDITIONALLY, THE CHROME MESH SCREEN REPLACES HEAVY "TEETH" IN GRILLE AND BODY COLORED HEADLIGHT BEZELS BEGAN TO REPLACE THE CHROME OF 1960. THE CORVETTE BADGING WAS UPDATED IN 1961 AND FEATURED A "V" OVER THE CROSSED FLAG.
Beautful 1964 Buick Wildcat Convertable. 401 Cubic Inch 325 HP V8. Desert Beige with Fawn Interior. The Buick Wildcat was a full-size automobile produced by the Buick Division of General Motors from 1962 to 1970. For its first year, the Wildcat was a 'sub-model' within the Buick Invicta series, mating the smaller full-size two-door hardtop Buick body (known as the "sport coupe," body production code 4647) with a high-performance 325 horsepower (242 kW) version of the 401ci Nailhead V8, known as the Wildcat 445 for producing 445 ft