V12 Project: 1946 Lincoln Continental Convertible

Here on craigslist is this benchmark 1946 Lincoln Continental convertible project car, with an asking price of $10,000. The ad is running in Reno and the seller mentions that the car was purchased from a probate court in Nevada…. more»

Cartier Edition? 1977 Lincoln Continental Mark V

Nearing the late seventies while GM was busy redesigning many of its flagships with smaller dimensions outside, Lincoln introduced a new Mark series for 1977, the Mark V, which used the same chassis as its predecessor but actually added… more»

Designer Package! 1979 Lincoln Continental Mark V Cartier Edition

As luxurious as the Lincoln Continental Mark V offerings were in base form, for buyers who wanted an even more special touch came the designer series line-up, which added a distinctive label and cosmetic treatment to the already opulent… more»

Rare Lipstick Edition! 1975 Lincoln Continental Mark IV

If you base it on nothing but sheer size, at 19 feet long the 1975 Lincoln Continental Mark IV made quite an impression in the daytime just by pulling into your executive parking spot before you even exited the… more»

Triple-Black Beauty! 1972 Lincoln Continental Mark IV

By 1972, the muscle market was in decline but demands for personal luxury cars were escalating, making this an ideal time for Lincoln to introduce a new offering for their lineup, the Mark IV.  Building off the success of… more»

Florida Car! 1969 Lincoln Continental Mark III

Lincoln’s 1955-56 Continental Mark II was intended to be the height of automotive luxury and excellence. It was largely hand-built, only small quantities were produced, and Ford Motor Co. lost money on each one they sold. Fast forward a… more»

Only 2 Owners: 1977 Lincoln Continental Mark V

The Continental Mark V was produced by Lincoln between 1977 and 1979 and was the longest 2-door coupe ever marketed by the company. Its successor, the Mark VI, would be the latest of the U.S. auto industries cars to… more»

Aviation Tie-In: 1969 Lincoln Continental Mark III

The Continental Mark III was introduced in early 1968 as a 1969 model. Borrowing from the Ford Thunderbird to keep costs in check, the personal luxury car became Ford Motor Co.’s flagship automobile to compete with the Cadillac Eldorado…. more»

No Reserve 19k-Mile 1983 Lincoln Continental Mark VI

To be as easy on the eyes and seemingly well-cared-for as this 1983 Lincoln Continental Mark VI here on eBay appears, it’s sort of surprising that the car’s traceable history only dates back a short 3 years.  In fact,… more»

Original Paint: 1963 Lincoln Continental

The Lincoln Continental was redesigned in 1961 and became a more formidable competitor than it had been. Changes would be subtle year by year before another rework in 1964. The ’63 Continental would be a roomier automobile for its… more»

Mark II V8 Transplant: 1946 Lincoln Continental

The Continental became Lincoln’s uber-luxurious car just before World War II. Offered as a coupe and cabriolet, they were produced between 1940 and 1942 before taking a break due to the war effort. The car returned in 1946-48 and… more»

Full Classic Potential: 1947 Lincoln Continental Cabriolet Project

The Lincoln Continental is one of the longest-running and most interrupted nameplates in the history of the automobile. The Continental was produced from 1939 through 1942, then again after the war from 1946 to 1948. Another hiatus ensued in… more»

1 of 40: 1957 Continental Mark II

In 1956, Ford Motor Co. created a special division aside from Lincoln to produce uber-luxurious cars sold under the Continental brand. The Mark II would be its one and only product and the automobile and division were discontinued after… more»

Torn Down When New! 1971 Lincoln Continental Mark III

More than a decade after the Continental Mark II impressed those in the luxury car field, Lincoln brought out the Mark III. It was a personal luxury car that was well-received and became the hallmark of Ford Motor Company… more»

Concours Condition: 23k Mile 1972 Lincoln Continental

As most readers can tell, a lot of the writers here are big fans of seventies luxury barges.  There is simply no vehicle on the road today that has that floating-on marshmallow creme ride that these vehicles all possess. … more»

Field Find: 1969 Lincoln Continental Mark III

Personal luxury coupes were getting their fair share of the market in the late sixties, with Lincoln re-introducing their Mark series for the ’69 model year to serve as Ford’s flagship offering for that segment.  It was elegant, large,… more»