Continental

EXCLUSIVE: 1956 Continental Mark II

Over the years, we’ve featured a few of these Mark II Continentals and I’m always impressed with just how striking these cars are. Over two years, Lincoln built just 3,000 of these, so they are quite rare. Reader Roger… more»

Restoration Worthy? 1957 Continental Mark II

Big and Heavy isn’t the latest rap star, but along with the word beautiful it’s a good description of this 18-foot long, 5,000-pound 1957 Continental Mark II. This once-gorgeous car is listed here on eBay with a single bid… more»

Ultimate Luxury: 1956 Lincoln Continental

The owner refers to this car as a Lincoln Continental, but it is actually a Continental Mark II. Regardless of that, we have seen a few project grade Mark IIs come through in recent times, and this particular car… more»

Only 56K Miles: 1976 Continental Mark IV Cartier Edition

The Continental Mark IV was one of those cars I think many of us were surprised it sold as well as it did. Sharing a body with the Ford Thunderbird from 1972 to 1976, in 1976 the Mark IV… more»

Package Deal For Two 1956 Continental Mark IIs!

This is an opportunity to buy two cars at once, to try to make one great car. For sale is a pair of 1956 Continental Mark IIs, which are in rough shape, but ready to be for parts and… more»

Good Starting Point: 1956 Continental Mark II

The Continental Mark II was the most expensive American-built car of 1956 (eclipsed by the Cadillac Eldorado Brougham in 1957, its second and final year), and restored examples are still highly valued today, a testament to the Mark II’s… more»

Parked Since the ’80s: 1956 Continental Mark II

I sometimes think that there is no sadder sight than to see a once-luxurious car being reduced to the state of our feature car. This 1956 Continental Mark II has been sitting in its current location for more than… more»

EXCLUSIVE: 1958 Continental Mark III Convertible

In an attempt to compete with the likes of Rolls-Royce and Bentley, Lincoln introduced its Continental series of cars. And in keeping with high-end luxury tradition, they made sure these cars were spacious. Rich’s 1958 Continental Mark III is… more»

Meet Connie! 1956 Continental Mark II

Richard Nixon was President the last time this car changed hands. The seller’s father purchased it in 1970 and named it “Connie,” and now this 1956 Continental Mark II could be yours. Thanks to Pat L. who spied this… more»

Carport Find: 1956 Continental Mark II

Update 6/7/2018 – This Continental ended up here on eBay with a BIN of $11,500. Bidding is nearly over and is currently at just over $10k. From 2/13/2018 – This is my favorite type of find: under a carport,… more»

Not a Lincoln! 1957 Continental Mark II Project

Considering Ford’s Continental Division sold a mere 1325 and 444 of these elegant Continental Mark IIs in 1956 and 1957 (respectively), it’s amazing how often they turn up for sale. Or is it? These extravagant and beautifully-styled masterpieces have… more»

On Blocks Since ’85! 1956 Continental Derham

Is it redundant to put a Continental Kit on a Continental? Of course not! Lincoln’s Continental popularized the rear-mounted spare tire as a tasteful style element of the car’s posterior. So, while the 1956 and 1957 Continentals are not… more»

Cheap MK II: 1957 Continental MK II

Seemingly the perfect mechanical attire for a booming business man, the Continental MK II’s are stunning cars, offering posh looks and exclusivity. Often difficult to find for sale, and typically having a lofty price tag, this by far has… more»

Warts And All: 1966 Lincoln Continental Coupe

Hi, folks – let’s try this again. On my last post about this car, my 1966 Lincoln Continental Coupe, I threw it out there at the last minute that I was going to sell it in the last part… more»

Marky Mark: 1960 Lincoln Continental Mark V

Don’t look at me like that! What an evil grin, I love it. This 1960 Lincoln Continental Mark V looks great in the photos but I’d want to see it in person if at all possible. It looks almost… more»

Actor Seeking Work: 1971 Lincoln Mark III

As the 1970’s came, some cars began to get some styling cues that just weren’t as attractive as cars of the late 1960’s. Fortunately, that is not the case for the Lincoln Continental. Still as beautiful and elegant as… more»