Lincoln Continental

1963 Lincoln Continental Convertible Project

We have seen some nice project vehicles recently here, small ones. Small cars and small trucks that are easy to fit into your garage and walk around as you’re restoring it. That is not the case with this 1963… more»

Low Mile Lincoln: 1966 Continental

This 1966 Lincoln Continental is said to be a real barn find that has been sitting since the mid-1980s. These cars have great styling and this one looks like a pretty solid project. It can be found here on… more»

Bicentennial Boat: 1976 Lincoln Continental Mk IV Bill Blass

For the fans of big Lincoln personal-luxury cars from the ’70s, we present to you a ’76 Continental Mk IV Designer Edition, and this mostly-original example is available here on craigslist in Dayton, Ohio. Thank you to Roger for… more»

Two Doors Too Few: 1964 Lincoln Continental Shorty

A lot of us have had loads of free time recently and a few of us have put it to good use, tackling things on the honey-do list or cleaning out the garage or storage unit. I would have… more»

10k Mile 1978 Lincoln Continental Diamond Jubilee

Marilyn Monroe famously sang that “Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend.” If this is strictly true, then it will be interesting to see what our female readers really think of this 1978 Lincoln Continental Mark V. This particular car… more»

Only 20K Miles! 1970 Lincoln Continental Mark III

Impressive by any measure is a Lincoln Continental Mark III. The crisp styling was serious and dignified, it was a luxury car that was focused on its goal and carried itself as such. Even more impressive, is finding one… more»

46K Miles: 1973 Lincoln Continental

Having somewhat over 46,000 miles on it, this 1973 Lincoln Continental is barely broken in and it looks almost like new. There’s a lot of Mercury Marquis in this car, at least they look very similar from some angles…. more»

95% Complete! 1948 Lincoln Continental Convertible

Pre-war Ford Motor Company products got a long lease on life. As late as 1948, Ford and its subsidiaries, Mercury and Lincoln were still working off of designs and architecture that dated to 1940 or 1941. World War II… more»

Luxury Sleeper: 1978 Lincoln Continental

This beautiful, 1978 Lincoln Continental has so much more to it than meets the eye. It is listed for sale for $10,000 but at the end of the listing, the seller indicates they will accept an offer. Located near… more»

Project Coupe: 1967 Lincoln Continental

This 1967 Lincoln Continental Coupe is shown in what looks like a tent but it must be a portable fabric storage unit. Whatever storage facility that it’s in, this will be a big project for the next owner but… more»

1979 Lincoln Continental Collector Series

Whatever floats your boat is an old saying that could refer to this beautiful 1979 Lincoln Continental Collector Series ultra-luxury sedan. This giant cruiser can be found here on craigslist in Portland, Oregon. The seller, a dealer, is asking… more»

Pristine Survivor: 1976 Lincoln Continental Mark IV

Man, I can hear the jingle of gold chains and the thump-thump of disco with today’s very large and in charge, 1970’s barge, a 1976 Lincoln Continental Mark IV, located in Tucson, Arizona and for sale here on craigslist… more»

Post-War Originality: 1948 Lincoln Continental

World War II caused an understandable interruption in the progression of U.S. automobile design and production. Most auto companies ceased assembly in early 1942 and did not resume it until late 1945 or early 1946. As a result, there… more»

Suicide Door Sedan: 1964 Lincoln Continental Barn Find!

One of the more noteworthy vehicles from the 1960s is the fourth-generation Lincoln Continental, which the company produced from 1961-1969. The model was notorious for its rear-hinged rear doors, commonly known as “suicide doors.” Barn Finds reader Kevin found… more»

Hidden Gold: 1966 Lincoln Continental

My ’66 Lincoln coupe was green but this gold 1966 Lincoln Continental reminds me so much of it, other than having two extra doors. This 18.5-foot-long gold Lincoln can be found here on craigslist in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The seller… more»

2,500 Original Miles? 1979 Lincoln Mark V

If the mileage claim for this 1979 Lincoln Mark V is correct, you have to be intrigued about how a car like this could find itself parked for decades with a mere 2,500 miles on the clock. There may… more»