1966 Continental 4 Door Convertible. Iconic suicide doors! Older paint job (25+ year ago), runs well, drives anywhere, brand new brake system front to back and I added a dual master cylinder from a 67 for safety, new steering center link, fuel lines replaced, rebuild driver arm rest box, new window switches, repaired driver door wiring harness, replaced deck lid screw jack motor (bought from John Cashman).
However, then the window is down and you close the door it goes back up automatically! I think it just needs the auto drop switch adjusted. Driver rear auto drop goes down but will not go back up.
The Good:Original interior is in great survivor shape! Dash is perfect, chrome inside and out is nice (needs a few peak trim pieces but your welcome to a few of them from my spare parts if wanted), steering wheel is in great shape (about 99% of the are severely cracked), runs well, stops on a dime, all the interior lights are working, cigarette lighters work (use them for charging my phone).
You decide what to do with it cosmetically while you drive it! Supposedly it was a local car its whole life between South Western PA and South Eastern Ohio (where I bought it only 25 miles away). I was stopped at the car show in Pittsburgh by a woman who thinks her Uncle owned this car and he bought it from the original owner.