Lincoln Continental

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»

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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»

READER AD: 1958 Continental MK III Convertible

If this low mileage Continental Convertible looks familiar, that’s because we featured it back in January when it was part of the massive collection of cars recently auctioned off in France. You can read Jeff’s original article about the… more»

Affordable Luxury: 1971 Lincoln Continental Mark III

While it was only in production for 3-years, the Lincoln Continental Mark III helped the company to make serious inroads into the market leadership of the Cadillac Eldorado. This 1971 Continental was one of 27,000 vehicles sold by Lincoln… more»

Affordable Luxury: 1979 Lincoln Continental Town Car

Under the watchful eye of Edsel Ford, cars bearing the Lincoln badge were renowned for their restrained and elegant styling, and their unsurpassed build quality. Once Lincoln came more under the watchful eye of the Ford accountants, the offerings… more»

1948 Lincoln Continental Barn Find

Looking back between the years of 1930 and 1960, there were certainly a lot of monumental world changes during that small glimpse in history. This 1948 Lincoln Continental convertible could be a note in that history, and you can… more»

1966 Lincoln Continental Convertible Project

This Lincoln Continental saw active duty as a daily driver from 1966 until 1978 and was then used as a parade car from ’78 until it was taken off the road in 1995 and stored in a garage. In… more»

Leather And Luxury: 1974 Lincoln Continental

The owner of this 1974 Lincoln Continental Silver Edition refers to it as “5,400lbs of sleek 1974 engineering.” In an era when we hear car manufacturers boasting about the weight savings that they’ve achieved with their various models, to… more»

Pair of Lincoln Continental Convertible Projects!

You are going to need a heavy-duty truck and trailer to haul these projects home! This pair of Lincoln Continentals is for sale in Deltona, Florida. The convertible is from 1967 while the sedan is one year older. Found here… more»

Head-Scratcher: 1973 Lincoln Continental Mark IV

This may be another case of someone trying to sell a vehicle that they may not really want to sell. I’m not sure, of course, and maybe the seller really does think this 1973 Lincoln Continental Mark IV is… more»

Hidden For 30 Years: 1960 Lincoln Continental Convertible

Sometimes when a car emerges from a barn or shed after a long hibernation you can feel the excitement as you know that this car is destined to be returned to service in all of its former glory. Sometimes… more»

For The Brave: 1962 Lincoln Continental Project

Lincoln stayed in step with Cadillac in the 1950s, matching the GM brand’s enthusiasm for fins and chrome and even one-upping the General when Lincoln went with the cat’s eye look for a time. But the 1960s was a… more»

One Owner Barn Find: 1964 Lincoln Continental

Said to be a one owner car, this 1964 Lincoln Continental looks like a great project. With its rear suicide doors, massive hood and trunk, these cars are legendary. This particular car can be found here on eBay with a… more»