Coast Motor Company
708 17th Street East
1949 Lincoln Cosmopolitan Fastback Sedan. This nicely restored Lincoln is finished in beautiful Washington Blue paint accented by a fresh Gray interior. This luxury giant is powered by the correct 337CI Flathead V8 engine and is mated to an original 3 speed column shift manual transmission with overdrive. The restoration was completed in 2016 and the car looks great and drives even better. The 49 Linclon Cosmopolitan is credited by many for starting the pontoon styling that was popular in the late 40's and early 50's. This is a full sized luxury car that is nearly the size of a modern SUV. It commands attention and turns heads everywhere it is driven. The previous owner installed an electric fuel pump and converted the car to 12 volt so the car starts right up, runs and drives like a dream. Best of all he installed a modern style vintage air conditioning system to keep all of the passangers cool even in the summer months. The paint is extremely nice and the chrome and brightwork are in fantastic condition. Our Lincoln is pretty well equipped and features those famous suicide doors, functioning AM radio, hydraulic power windows, rear foot rests, fender skirts, dual exhaust with chrome tips, and factory steel wheels with correct Lincoln caps wrapped in wide whitewall tires. This car is the epitome of luxury and class of its era. It certainly will not last for long so please contact us today before it is too late. Please call Coast Motor Company today at (941) 212-6548 or after hours at (941) 417-0269 and we would be happy to help answer any questions you may have. Also, if you would like additional photos or videos please do not hesitate to ask. Keep in mind that we can provide financing as well as open or enclosed transportation right to your door. We have the ability to ship just about anywhere in the world regardless of your destination. Our goal is to make the whole process easy and fun so give us a call and see what we can do for you. All information provided is to the best of our knowledge and we are not responsible for typographical errors.
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