Just an update as to what I've done to my 2002 Lincoln Continental
1. Tinted the Windows
2. Added new 5000K Halogen Bulbs ( 9007 Size )
3. Added an Aux jack for the radio
4. Added a Sub Woofer in the Trunk
Possibly some flat Fog lamps that would fit between the lower bumper vents
1978 Lincoln Continental MK5
Here is one of the finest MK5's you'll see on the road today! This one is
a Bill Blass Edition that came with some very luxurious detailing! It's
powered by a 460ci V8 and a C6 3 speed automatic transmission. It's also
equipped with power steering, 4 wheel power disc brakes, A/C, hide-away
headlights, and sits on a set of turbine-styled cast aluminum wheels with
Firestone white wall tires! Aside from the Bill Blass indication on the
rear opera windows, the interior has Chamois leather upholstery, Cartier
instruments, power windows, power sunroof, power seats, an AM/FM 8 track
player (that works!), remote mirror, and over head lighting! Overall, the
interior of this '78 Lincoln is luxurious even by today's standards. The
Midnight Cordovan painted body is super straight, VERY shiny, and the
beautiful chrome accents it nicely! The MK5 runs exceptionally well and
shows very little wear for it's age! All in all, this thing is like driving
a leather couch with doors! You'd be hard pressed to find a nicer one!
1979 Lincoln Continental Town Coupe (Town Car 2 door) cold start
Some of you guys have been saying you would like to see my 79 Lincoln, so
here she is, all 450000km of her. This has been sitting untouched since
November so this is a cold start, and it's also pretty much out of gas
right now so i probably can't run it much. This is just a cold start with a
short tour of some of the power features that (remarkably) still work.
The Fords' Continental Mark II's (Henry II, Benson and William Clay Sr.)
When has anyone seen these historic cars together. They made an appearance
at Silver Springs! The first shown, the black car with the canvas top
still has the original 368 Y block engine. It was built to be Henry II's
wife's car. The next car, the beautiful green one with complimenting
upholstery, was Benson's. The
original engine was replaced with the larger displacement 430 c.i. Lincoln
engine, and many parts under the hood were chromed at that time. The final
car, blue with the blue and gray Detroit Lions colors was owned by William
Clay Ford Sr., the father of the current head of the Ford empire. That
original engine was replaced by a 460 c.i. engine, and the interior
reupholstered to match the Detroit Lions colors.
I consider it a privilege to have videoed these historic cars..they
represent the personal vehicles of Edsel's sons. Where would you ever see
these vehicles together! They all belong to a collector here in Florida.
My Car Collection 1979 Lincoln Continental Collector's Series
This Lincoln Continental is one of the less driven cars in my car
collection it has no 12k miles Originals it has never been restored or
something like that, it works absoulutely everything ,power windows,powered
locks, it has a working MAGAZINE, its really in a mint condition as you can
see it, it runs a V8 Ford 400ci (6.6lt) . The 1979 Collector's Series Mark
V was equipped essentially the same as the Diamond Jubilee Edition of 1978;
virtually every Lincoln luxury was provided as standard equipment on these
cars. Offered in just two colors initially, Midnight Blue Moondust Metallic
and White, two additional colors, Light Silver Moondust Metallic and
Crystal Blue Moondust Metallic, were offered later in the year.The
"Collector's Series" option almost doubled the retail price of the standard
Continental Mark V to almost $22,000 US dollars, The Mark V version truly
was limited with production of just 5,159 cars. Enjoy
2002 Lincoln Town Car With A Strutmasters Air Suspension Conversion
Lincoln Town Car Had A Sagging Air Suspension. The Owner Converted It To A
Non Air Suspension Using Strutmasters Air Suspension Conversion Kit.
Strutmasters Kits Are Designed To Bolt On Without Modification And Provide
A Great Ride. If You Are Having Issues With Your Lincoln Air Suspension,
Get One Of These Strutmasters Kits.
Making of the 1956 Lincoln Continental Mark II
1948 saw the last year of production Continentals until a reintroduction of
the line in 1956. This short film presents the story of the 1956
Continental from concept to final production.
It is interesting to note that the 1956-1957 Continentals were amongst the
most expensive production cars of the day. In 1956 a new Continental would
cost $10,000 or more. Compared to a standard Ford car which would cost
less than $2000.
How to replace a fuel filter on a Lincoln, Ford or Mercury car/truck.
The only special tool you need is a $6.99 fuel line disconnect tool from
Autozone or Harbor Freight. You don't even need to jack your car up. Fuel
pressure in the line is low so you don't need to do anything to 'relieve'
the pressure, maybe 3 or 4 cups worth of gas drained out when i took these
Custom 1965 Lincoln Continental
My 1965 Lincoln Continental, filmed in San Diego, CA on Oct. 14, 2011.
Fully customized, bagged on 22" wheels, custom stereo, brand new leather
interior, brand new 2011 Lincoln Tuxedo black paint job, all new chrome and
stainless, fully tricked out...
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