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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 :) To all the upvotes - thank you all :) you're awesome :) Update: Just sold it last weekend (end of Sept 2014). Heartbreaking, but I absolutely could not have hoped for a better home for it. Thanks again guys, and I'm glad there (narrowly) ended up being no fatalities getting it on that trailer :D





American Big Block Luxury Sedans, 1963-1970
These were the best sedans money could buy back when you could get serious luxury from the Big Three. Lincoln Continentals were equipped with the 430 Super Marauder V8 {a MEL engine also used in Mercurys, hence the Marauder name} in the early 60s, which eventually yielded to the 462 MEL V8 {the biggest engine in the family, basically an enlarged 430.} Finally, the 385-series 460 V8 was used starting in 1968, and this motor was used in Continentals until 1978. Chrysler Imperials used a high-performance 413 RB V8 until 1965, when the big 440 TNT motors were used. The 440 was used well into the 70s. Cadillac Fleetwoods were at first equipped with 390 V8s, which were upsized to 429s in 1964. Following the 429, a massive 472 V8 was introduced which provided more torque than any muscle car engine of the day and had massive 4 inch bore and stroke diameters. Finally, the largest production engine offered at the time, a massive 8.2 liter {500ci} V8 was used from 1970 on. This engine produced a healthy 400 horsepower and 550 lb. ft. of torque, all available at RPMs no higher than 3000. These engines signaled that the excess of the 70s was coming, and of course style began to suffer. Clean uncluttered cars were replaced with acres of chrome and ugly front end treatments. These were the last of a line of cars that started in the 50s, big flashy cars with clean styling and enourmous engines.





1965 Lincoln Continental car chase
1965 Lincoln Continental car chase





Bagged 1968 Lincoln Continental
My bagged -68 Conti,just finished the new Exhaust and its sounds nice and quiet.





1978 Lincoln Town Car 39,000 Actual Miles! For Sale - Future Classics, Lakewood, NJ
**This car has been SOLD - It is now in the Netherlands. Gorgeous preserved 1978 Lincoln Town Car with 39,613 acutal miles. Looks, runs, and drives like new! Future Classics LLC 1200 Ocean Ave Rear Lakewood, NJ 08701 732-370-8800 www.futureclassicsnj.com





1969 Lincoln Continental Sedan
1969 Lincoln Continental sedan with original 460 V8, suicide doors, loaded with options and triple black.





1959 Continental MK IV Convertible
One of the largest cars ever produced was the '59 Continental Mark IV that stretched nearly 20 feet. Collector Barry Hilbert tells Lance Lambert, host of television's "Vintage Vehicle Show" all about his excellent example of an American "land yacht". Why is it not a Lincoln Continental and what makes it a Mark IV? More information about the "Vintage Vehicle Show" can be found at www.vintagevehicletv.com





1965 Lehman-Peterson Lincoln Continental Limousine
Rare 1965 Lehman-Peterson Lincoln Continental Limousine ordered new by Oil Barren Billy Gilman of Travellers Oil Company from the state of Texas. Sold to its second owner, a collecter in Oklahoma in about 1990 and then to it's most current owner in 2006. See 100's of pictures at www.leftcoastclassics.com





1968 Lincoln Continental for Sale-only 79000 Orig. Miles. Great Condition F.S.$7995
Mileage: 79,000 Indicated Miles. Believed to be original Color: Ice Blue with Blue Leather Interior Engine: Ford 460 V8 Trans: Ford HD AUtomatic Options: Factory Build Sheet! A/C. Power Windows. Factory Radio and more! Condition: Very good original condition- a true survivor Thanks for watching our Test Drive and Walk Around video inspection of our '68 Continental..for Sale at Giordano's Vintage Motors ...see our entire inventory on the web at: www.giocars.com or call Jim at 425-333-5600 or email: gio@sprynet.com. A little about the car...Simply a great old Lincoln, owned by an elderly lady and properly taken care of. Very good light blue/white paint in original color. Great body. Straight and nearly rust-free dry climate car. Runs very well. Interior is terrific with one separation in front seat. These are hard to find in this condition. Won't last long at this price of .$7,995





1969 Lincoln Continental Coupe
bought for 1K, put some money in getting it to run good, just swapped out rims and tires. Next is Paint and Body and Vinyl top





Barn Find Lincoln Continental Convertible 66'
The mustcvidio team pulling this Lincoln Convertilble from its resting place in North Jersey





Custom Lincoln Continental Convertible





1964 Lincoln Continental Bagged update
update of my 1964 Lincoln Continental air bagged. picture slide and a little video to some rap music.





Driving 1967 Lincoln
Driving my 1967 Lincoln Continental Convertible.





my 1968 lincoln
1968 lincoln with 22" wheels and tint suicide doors





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