RARE! 1968 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL! A TRUE ONE OWNER SURVIVOR CAR THAT IS IN INCREDIBLE SHAPE! UNREAL!
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parking my 1965 lincoln continental with glasspacks
Unless you want to hear it start, fast forward to 1:20. This is me, in i
think about 2002, parking my 1965 lincoln continental (ALL original minus
the glasspacks) next to my tiny little 1994 subaru justy (semi-intentional
burnout hehe). 430ci engine with 10.1:1 compression ratio. 2.5" pipes from
the Exhaust manifolds to glass packs,
and nothing in between :)
all the upvotes - thank you all :) you're awesome :)
*SOLD* 1967 Lincoln Continental "This hot rod is all in black"
Check out this very cool 1967 Lincoln Continental in all black! Suicide
doors, tinted windows, shaved handles, a louvered hood, StreetGlow undercar
lights, custom trunk and a sound system really make this car stand out.
Powered by a 462 Big Block, this car will float down the highway while the
Rockford Fosgate Amplifier and Subwoofers, and a Kenwood 6 disc CD changer
crank out the tunes! Options including power seats, windows, locks,
steering, and brakes make this car a pleasure to drive. Please, call
800-231-3616 for additional details on this custom cruiser.
Kennedy assassination limousine (Henry Ford Museum - Dearborn Michigan)
President Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas, at 12:30 p.m. Central
Standard Time on November 22, 1963, while on a political trip to Texas. He
was shot twice in the neck and head, and was pronounced dead at 1:00 p.m.
Lee Harvey Oswald was arrested at a movie theater at about 1:50 p.m. He
denied shooting anyone, claiming he was a patsy, and was killed by Jack
Ruby on November 24, before he could be indicted or tried.
President Johnson created the Warren Commission—chaired by Chief Justice
Earl Warren—to investigate the assassination. It concluded that Oswald
was the lone assassin, but this remains disputed by some scholars and
eyewitnesses. Conspiracy theories about the assassination and supposed
cover-up have been put forward and have become commonplace in popular
The limousine is now permanently displayed at the Henry Ford Museum in
Recorded on August 28, 2008 with a Sony DSC-F707 digital camera.
Custom Gangster Lincoln Continental
NOT MY VEHICLE! AND OBVIOUSLY ITS NOT REALLY A TRUE "GANGSTER" CAR!
Lots of nice toutches in and out. owner did a nice job.
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Triple black suicide door 1968 Lincoln Continental
My 1968 Lincoln Continental at the River City Rod Run in Post Falls, ID.
It was the popular hangout that day because of the 4 factory 12 volt power
sources (cigarette lighters in every door) that everyone seamed to need
for charging there phones that day. The car is a demo model for '68, which
is cool because they did end up making changes before production, so my
interior is slightly different than most '68 models, or '67 models for that
matter. The car is powered by the original 462, which still has not been
converted for unleaded gas, and (according to the manual) requires 96
octane fuel. no modifications have been made to the car that cannot be
unbolted and replaced by the original parts.