2: 1964 Lincoln Continental – $95,000
Whether it was because of the suicide doors or the big engine design, there was something about the car that resonated with consumers. Likewise, the car has become a commodity on the used car market (via Work & Money).
The Lincoln Continental is a great classic car but for the price being asked, there are better options. There is nothing about this car that should justify the high price tag, and it only seems to be getting worse.
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