We first (re-)discovered the 1957 Lincoln Premiere when we stumbled upon three carcasses in Miami AZ. Before then, Lincolns older than 1960 just didn’t register. Now you can’t swing a dead cat without hitting one, or so it almost seems. We saw the Barrett Jackson convertible. Not to be outdone, Russo and Steele checks in with a Coco Chanel hardtop.
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What a difference a garage and some TLC makes. Instead of a carcass, you get a grand dame.
Lot No. 730
Here is a fantastic find, a 1957 Lincoln Premier [sic.] convertible. This is a true hidden garage find from right here in Glendale, AZ. It was parked over 20 years ago in a garage. It has been gone through mechanically. It is currently in excellent running and driving condition with brand new white wall tires. It has its original leather interior. It is powered by the 368/300hp engine with an automatic. This car is very rare as it is one of only 3,676 produced. An amazing 1950s classic available to the public for the first time in over 40 years.
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|Lincoln V EIGHT, as if you did not instantly know.
Stamped gold valve covers. Pastel manifold. A waste? Hardly. When your front clip is ripped away, and your 368 cubic inches are sitting out for the world to see, you do want to look your best.
Yes, we’ve seen this princess and her court before.
We just couldn’t make a 115 degree drive to Globe without stopping by Miami to say hi. (Plus try some different Lightroom tricks beyond “medium vignette”)
We found the graveyard in Miami, Arizona
Pink cars and spare engines in Miami (Arizona)