The Lincoln Continental has been around for a long time, but I would say that the fourth-generation (1961-1969) Continentals are the ones that come to mind when most people hear the name. The car’s slab-sided design and suicide rear doors are signature design elements that people instantly recognize as “Continental.”
At the Scottsdale Pavilions car show, I ran across a 1968 Lincoln Continental sedan that’s been customized in a pretty cool way. First, the roof has been completely cut off. There is no top at all! That’s a pretty bold move to make, and I like it.
We are bringing another section to Generation: High Output. It’s called “Floor It From a Stop” and it’s going to be a video series. Basically, we are going to just shoot a video of us flooring it from a stop in every car we can get our hands on (whether it’s fast or not), just to document what it can do. The first car in the series is my Mark VII.
The video explains it in more detail:
In other site news, don’t forget to head over to the gallery once in a while, there’s always new stuff to check out. And keep an eye on our YouTube channel as well. I uploaded a pretty sweet video of a very mean sounding Shelby GT500 getting a little crazy leaving the Cars and Coffee show yesterday. In case you missed it, here it is: