1948 Lincoln Continental Garage Find

The year 1940 marked the introduction of the Lincoln Continental, an upscale personal luxury model. Sales barely had a chance to take off when World War II came along, and production stopped for nearly four years. The Continental would… more»

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1-Of-5: 1942 Lincoln-Zephyr 3-Window Coupe

The dictionary describes a Zephyr as being a soft and gentle breeze. That seems to be a pretty apt name for a car that was designed to waft down the road, wrapping its occupants in total luxury. The Lincoln-Zephyr… more»

Affordable Luxury: 1973 Lincoln Mark IV

Continuing with low-mileage Lincoln fest, We have recently covered a Continental Town Car and a pair of Marks, both a Mark III and a Mark V. Let’s go for an in-betweeny and check out this 1973 Lincoln Mark IV…. more»

34k Mile 1975 Lincoln Continental Town Coupe

For some individuals, their ultimate motoring experiences will be lived from behind the wheel of a classic muscle car. For others, a sports car is all that will fill the bill. However, there are some individuals who want their… more»

10K Mile Signature Series: 1997 Lincoln Town Car

We are stylin’ now! It’s one thing to have a Lincoln Town Car and another to go full-tilt with a “Signature Series” model Town Car. As the 1997 Lincoln’s sales brochure states, “I think someone who is successful is… more»

Tennessee Barn Find: 1984 Lincoln Town Car

Don’t let this opening photo scare you, this 1984 Lincoln Town Car doesn’t look like a forgotten, dusty, disheveled barn dweller in the other photos, it looks extremely nice. It looks almost like new, in fact, and it should… more»

The Other 5.0! 1988 Lincoln Mark VII Bill Blass

Still looking fresh today, the Lincoln Mark VII introduced multiple automotive “firsts.” The 1984 Mark VII became the first vehicle in North America to feature aerodynamic composite headlights. Electronic four-channel anti-lock brakes first appeared on the Mark VII in… more»

No Reserve: 1968 Lincoln Continental

In 1968 Lincoln claimed to be “America’s most distinguished motorcar.” Still distinguished 52 years later, the suicide door Continentals are instantly recognizable. Sent to us by an anonymous Barn Finds reader, this 1968 Lincoln Continental sedan is being offered… more»

Parked For Decades: 1957 Lincoln Convertible

Update 4/30/20 – The seller of this Lincoln has dropped their asking price by $6,500! Will that be enough to find a buyer though? Find it here on eBay where it’s listed for $11,500 or best offer. Thanks go… more»

BF Classified: 1978 Lincoln Mark V With 12K Miles

I can almost hear the jingling of gold chains and the strains of “Stayin’ Alive” as I take a trip back to 1978. And as one of the more formidable rides of that era, the Lincoln Mark V stands… more»

Barn Finds Hiding In Ohio

Dave L – This barn is located on a township road outside Steubenville, Ohio (Dean Martin’s home town). The wife and I were out for a Sunday drive. We figured we could do our part with the social distancing, but… more»

27k Mile Survivor: 1979 Lincoln Continental Mark V

With the Panther platform looming in the distance, Lincoln’s Mark V Continental marked the swan song for the massive personal luxury coupe. While other brands scaled back their focus on big luxury coupes, Lincoln refused to give up on… more»

Original Survivor: 1939 Lincoln-Zephyr V12

When it was initially launched in 1936, the Lincoln-Zephyr was one of the most stylish, sleek and aerodynamic vehicles offered by an American manufacturer at that point in time. The brainchild of Edsel Ford, the Zephyr was also a… more»

BF AUCTION: 1984 Lincoln Continental Mark VII LSC

The Lincoln Continental name dates back to 1939 and has managed to stick around to this day, with a few short breaks here and there. The “Mark” series didn’t technically show up until 1956, but that’s just a technicality…. more»

Brought Back to Life: 1988 Lincoln Town Car

To me, one of the most gratifying things about buying cars out of barns and junkyards is seeing the potential that others have missed. On more than one occasion, I’ve heard fellow gearheads look at a project I’m considering… more»

Luxury Patina: 1977 Lincoln Versailles

Made for only four short years, the Lincoln Versailles came along as car makers were dealing with rising gas prices and shortages and after Cadillac was grabbing market share with their small luxury car, the Seville. This 1977 Lincoln… more»