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Newport Convertible Engineering – NCE, will Design & Engineer your 4 door or 2 door Zimmer to a 4 door or 2 door Zimmer Convertible!
Luxurious Classic Zimmer Convertible by newportconvertible.com

Zimmer Convertible

         Zimmer Convertible

the 4-DOOR CONVERTIBLE by Newport Convertible Engineering
All the 4 door Convertible will be manufactured by Master Coach Builder, Newport Convertible Engineering.
Be the first in your neighborhood to have one!
Manufactured on a new Lincoln Town Car base.
In 2011, Lincoln discontinued the Town Car. Temporarily, new 4 doors are not available. We can manufacture a 4 door based on your Town Car (2004-2011).
We have resumed manufacturing the 4 door convertible based on new Cadillac CTS 2016.
Zimmer is the name of an American neo-classic automaker, based in Syracuse, New York. The company was founded in 1978 as Zimmer Motorcars Corporation by Paul Zimmer. Paul Zimmer died in October 2005 in Boynton Beach, Florida.
Art Zimmer purchased the rights to the company in 1997 and established the Art Zimmer Neo-Classic Motor Car, Company which currently builds 10 to 20 automobiles plus 10 to 20 fully custom 4-door dually Silverado trucks each year.The Zimmer Golden Spirit was the flagship of the Zimmer Motorcars Corporation with more than 1,500 produced during its production run from 1978 to 1988. The original Golden Spirit was built using a Mercury Cougar chassis and drivetrain. With the discontinuation of the rear-wheel-drive Cougar, the Golden Spirit transitioned to utilizing the Ford Mustang in 1979.
The second Zimmer Motorcars Corporation offering was the mid-engined Pontiac Fiero-based Quicksilver which was built between 1984 and 1988.
Both models were built in the same factory in Pompano Beach, Florida, on simultaneous production lines between the years 1980 to 1988. Ford supplied new Mustangs, these were then modified by stretching the frame for a longer wheelbase and modifying the bodywork etc. The Mustang VIN was retained as it met all the required US safety features at the time.

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