Elvis Presley’s Lincoln Limousine Hits The Auction Block
We discovered last month that a few of Elvis Presley’s vehicles would be going up for auction. And today is the day that The King’s “Family Car” Limousine is crossing the block at Mecum in Monterey. CA.
The auction listing reports that Elvis Presley and Priscilla were gifted the 1967 Lincoln Continental Executive Limousine by Lehmann-Peterson by his manager, Colonel Tom Parker as a wedding gift. There’s even a copy of the title application listing Elvis Presley as the original owner.
As part of the extensive collection of James Petrozzini, the Elvis Presley Family Limousine has been hidden from public eyes for decades. It was equipped with air conditioning, power steering, power brakes, power windows, a power antenna, a power front bench seat, an in-dash clock and a host of other luxurious amenities.
Over his life, Elvis owned a number of limousines and Graceland still maintains a healthy number of original Elvis-owned cars. But the Elvis Presley Family Car has not been available for spectators to view. Elvis Presley’s 1967 Lincoln Continental Lehmann-Peterson Executive Limousine has been tucked away for decades. In fact, few even knew it was part of the Presley fleet, but, thanks to the title application listing Elvis as the owner, it is indeed easily proven.
If you’re interested in bidding, Mecum Auctions recommends calling for an estimate.