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1964 Lincoln Continental Owned By Lyndon Johnson Up For Auction

Back in November 2022, a 1964 Lincoln Continental owned by Lyndon B. Johnson – the 36th President of the United States – surfaced for sale at auction. By the time the hammer fell, the luxurious drop top sold for a whopping $172,000, which isn’t terribly surprising given its historical prominence and the presence of loads of documentation confirming that it was, in fact, owned by LBJ himself. However, some time later, this same 1964 Lincoln Continental is now up for grabs yet again via Bring a Trailer.

This time around, LBJ’s Lincoln Continental is essentially unchanged, save for the 8k or so miles the last owner added to its odometer, which means they were more than happy to actually use it. Notably, it was originally sold to The LBJ Co. of Austin, Texas, and subsequently used by President Johnson at his central-Texas ranch before it was refurbished in the early 2000s.

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