- Two Lincoln Continentals that transported President John F. Kennedy will cross the auction block October 14 through Bonhams.
- The 1963 Continental President Kennedy rode in the morning before his assassination could fetch up to $500,000, according to pre-auction estimates.
- The bulletproof 1960 Continental Mark V that the president used for personal jaunts around Washington, DC, may rake in up to $300,000.
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President John F. Kennedy’s convertible Lincoln Continental limo lives in infamy as the car the 46-year-old president was shot in on November 22, 1963 in Dallas. That car is on display at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan, but two other Lincolns JFK rode in are up for sale this month.
Carrying an estimate of $300,000 to $500,000, the last car to safely transport the president — a 1963 Continental that he and first lady rode in the morning of the