I could have gone over the top with a Luby’s trim level of this car but decided to go with the safer bet Bing Cruiser. Don’t get me wrong, I like Lincoln. In fact, I drive a Lincoln. But let’s face it, they have a long way to go to shed the geezer image, if that’s what they are even planning to do? Continue reading
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.