1962 Lincoln Continental for sale with test drive, driving sounds, and walk through video

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135990 / 1961 Lincoln Continental
THIS VEHICLE HAS SOLD! For more information on this vehicle visit http://www.rkmotorscharlotte.com/sales/inventory/active/1961%20Lincoln%20Co ntinental/135990 Lovingly nicknamed Lincoln's Engel-penned masterpiece, the fourth generation Continental makes a BIG first impression. The car was originally designed as a replacement for Ford's maturing Thunderbird and, after a bit of upsizing, was introduced as undoubtedly the most iconic model in Lincoln Motor Company history. Massive and elegant, this Regency Turquoise drop-top has a presence that stretches far beyond its large proportions. That presence was very successfully reinstated by Liana Restorations of Troutville Virginia -- a shop that specializes in vintage Ford luxury cars. The car's long, laser-straight panels wear a smooth coat of glossy 2-stage that's been meticulously maintained since the day it was shot. And that mirror-like sheen highlights a level of fit and finish that's well above average. Pop the car's long hood and you'll find a beefy, 430 cubic inch 'bulldozer' V8 that's branded with a correct 41E11K assembly stamp. A refined member of Ford's MEL engine family, the smooth big block spins stout 10 to 1 compression into 300 horsepower and 465 lb./ft. of all-American torque. At the top of the all-business mill, a black, single-snorkel air cleaner funnels wind through a correct Carter 2-barrel. That carb rides on a cast iron intake, which hangs between correct, cast iron heads and glossy black valve covers. At the front of that intake, a familiar points distributor shoots spark through pliable Radio Resistance cables. Below those cables, restored Exhaust manifolds jettison baked Sinclair into conservative, true-dual pipes. And, at the front of the engine, a big radiator cycles water through fresh hoses, small squeeze clamps and old school tower clamps. Aesthetically, Jet Black block paint looks great against a fully finished hood and Regency Turquoise fenders. Correct decals are present and accounted for. And niceties such as stainless fuel lines and a high quality Autolite Sta-Ful battery ensure the car looks just as good as it runs. Behind that big block, an era-correct turbo-Drive 3-speed spins a familiar Ford rear end. Under that capable drivetrain, a completely rebuilt double a-arm and leaf spring suspension is equipped with factory power steering and 4-wheel power drum brakes. And at the corners of that suspension, 235/75R14 American Classic whitewalls frame painted steelies and satin-detailed hub caps. Look inside this Continental and you'll find a fully restored interior that's the perfect place to view the sights and sounds of Main Street America. Front and rear bench seats, which still feel firm to the touch, hang optional Metallic Turquoise covers under stainless trim and color-keyed belts. A two-tone dash incorporates fully rebuilt gauges, stainless trim and a pushbutton radio into svelte modernist design. In front of the driver, a Turquoise steering wheel spins a chrome horn ring around a satin centerpiece. And behind the passengers, a classy, Lincoln-branded waterfall leads a fully restored trunk that features echo-inducing storage space for the car's massive top. Celebrated on the highest levels, this investment grade Lincoln is the perfect addition to our exclusive private collection. From its polished grille to its massive rear bumper, the car is a fully sorted show stopper that keeps Elwood Engel's original vision alive and well. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information.

1965 Lincoln Continental Convertible showing working top for sale at West Coast Classics
Great daily driving example of this original southern California 1965 Lincoln Continental Convertible with its original California black license plate with its original and rare 'Persian Honey Gold' factory color paint with minor imperfections, matching leather/vinyl interior, original white power soft top and in good driving condition; a perfect restoration project for the enthusiast with all its bones still there! Available now at www.WestCoastClassics.com or call 310-399-3990 anytime during regular California business hours

1961 Lincoln Continental Commercial
I recently discovered this rare two minute commercial on 16 mm film and had it professionally transferred to a flash drive so that I could upload it here. This hasn't been seen by the public in fifty years! Enjoy. This commercial first aired on "Alfred Hitchcock Presents", November 1, 1960, season 6, episode 6, "Pen Pal" and was shown on all other episodes during November.

1965 Lincoln Continental Convertible, Drop the top
Lowering the top on my 1965 Lincoln Continental Convertible, laying out on the full air ride, side to side, fully dropped.