So this one still retains its high-back bucket seats, intricate door panels, armrest center console, integrated auxiliary gauge package, and a touch of wood on the steering wheel. This loves to keep a stock style, and so the only improvement will be thoughtfully integrated ones For example, the dash pad was replaced with a fresh, smooth, and correct piece. And while the Marti Report shows this came with an AM radio, it has an era-correct AM/FM unit now.
In fact, you’ll find a lot of period-correct elements on this coupe. There are some areas of the factory-correct Bright Red paint that may still be the factory application. The overall finish has a nice shine to show off the crisp body lines, but those looking for a show-ready finish may be looking at an investment down the road.
Hot Rod Lincoln. One Piece at a Time. Yeah, y’all are on the right track.