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Classic 1966 Lincoln Continental Convertible riding on 22's in Dallas, Texas.


 


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1967 Lincoln Continental Convertible Classic Muscle Car for Sale in MI Vanguard Motor Sales
http://www.ClassicCarBuyingSecrets.com Click now for an instant download on "How to Avoid the 7 Deadliest Mistakes of Buying a Classic Car Online"! 1967 Lincoln Continental Convertible History Lincoln Continental was a model name for a series of automobiles produced by the Lincoln division of Ford Motor Company from 1939 to 1948 and again from 1956 to 2002. Despite often sharing underpinnings with less-expensive Fords in more recent years, the Lincoln Continental had usually been a distinctively platformed and styled, highly equipped luxury car in the course of its long history. The 1967 Continental was almost identical to the 1966. The most obvious external difference is that the 1966 model has the Lincoln logo on each front fender, ahead of the front wheel; this does not appear on the 1967 model. It was also the end for the four-door convertible. The 1967 convertible holds the distinction of being the heaviest Lincoln since the Model K. VIN 7Y86V822141 Mechanics 462ci V8 Lincoln Motor C6 Automatic Transmission Aftermarket A/C Pump Belts and Hoses in Good Shape New Fuel Pump New Cap and Wires Chrome Valve Covers Painted Air Cleaner Exhaust System is Fairly New Stainless Steel Mufflers Power Front Disc Brakes Power Convertible Top, Works Great Power Seats Power Steering Power Windows Body Suicide Doors Beautiful White Paint Painted in 2010 Wide White American Classic Tires by Coker -- 235/75/15 Front and Rear Nice Chrome and Stainless Super Straight Body Nice Fit and Finish Doors Operate Great Re-Chromed Front and Rear Bumpers Drop Down Panels Look Great Frame Members are Nice and Solid Extra Support for Convertible Top Weep Holes and Spot Welds Look Great Super Solid Undercarriage Front Suspension Looks Great Interior Beautiful White and Black Interior White Seat Covers Look New Black Door Panels and Carpet are Very Nice Horizontal Speedometer Works Great One Crack on Dash, Has Been Patched Power Windows Don't Miss Out! Call Tom 7 Days a Week, Including Holidays! 248-974-9513 www.vanguardmotorsales.com





1966 Lincoln Continental Convertible Classic Muscle Car for Sale in MI Vanguard Motor Sales
http://www.ClassicCarBuyingSecrets.com Click now for an instant download on "How to Avoid the 7 Deadliest Mistakes of Buying a Classic Car Online"! The Lincoln Continental was produced from 1939 to 1948 and again from 1956 to 2002. The Continental was a distinctively styled, highly equipped, luxury car. Its name conveyed prestige. This generation of Continental is favored by collectors and has appeared in many motion pictures, such as The Matrix, The Last Action Hero, and the Inspector Gadget films. It has also appeared in the television series Pushing Daisies, and recently in the opening sequence of the television series Entourage. The fourth generation Continental's most recognized trademark, front opening rear doors, was a purely practical decision. The doors were hinged from the rear when Lincoln engineers kept hitting the doors with their feet when examining the back seats. The suicide doors were to become the best-known feature of 1960s Lincolns. The Continental was the first postwar four-door convertible from a major U.S. manufacturer. Vanguard Motor Sales is proud to present this 1966 Lincoln Continental Convertible. This car spent the majority of its life in North Carolina, and it has never been off the frame, or taken apart at all. This convertible is rock solid. Let me just say, if you are tired of being a spectator at the car shows, and you are ready to get some attention, this is the car for you. With its suicide doors, Gangster white wall tires, and a power hide-away convertible top that works without hesitation, you will be turning heads wherever you go. This triple blue Continental has a straight and solid, rust free body. The gaps and panels line up perfectly, the doors open and shut without and problems. The 15 year old paint shines beautifully, as does the chrome. The undercarriage is rock solid and still has most of the factory undercoating still on it, as you can see from the pictures. There is no rust, no bondo, no rust and no rot. The squared-off grille houses the headlights, and sits above the chrome bumper, which features the parking lights and front turn signals. The taillights are fitted with a ribbed chrome grille on each side, and set in the rear bumper. Pop the hood and you'll find the original numbers matching 462ci big block motor. The automatic transmission shifts smoothly, and with the power steering, this boat practically floats down the road. Power brakes are another nice feature that really makes driving this convertible a true pleasure. Inside this convertible you will find the beautiful blue interior. The walnut-paneling on the doors ads to the prestige look. Front factory seat belts with retractors, a tilt wheel, an 8-way power seat, power windows and power locks make for one top of the line experience. The A/C is currently inoperable, but who needs A/C when you can put the top down? Product breakdown for the 1966 Lincoln Continental consisted of 65% sedans, 29% coupes, and just under 6% for the four-door convertible. Total sales were close to 55,000 in 1966, which means only around 3,200 of these 4 door convertibles were made. How many do you think are left? This is an amazing opportunity to own one of these luxury automobiles for a reasonable price. It runs great, drives straight down the road and will be a great cruiser for summer nights. Don't miss out on this opportunity, call today! 248-974-9513 www.vanguardmotorsales.com





1966 Lincoln Continental Convertible Suicide Doors Entourage Classic Car for Sale in MI Vanguard
http://www.ClassicCarBuyingSecrets.com Click now for an instant download on "How to Avoid the 7 Deadliest Mistakes of Buying a Classic Car Online"! The Lincoln Continental was produced from 1939 to 1948 and again from 1956 to 2002. The Continental was a distinctively styled, highly equipped, luxury car. Its name conveyed prestige. This generation of Continental is favored by collectors and has appeared in many motion pictures, such as The Matrix, The Last Action Hero, and the Inspector Gadget films. It has also appeared in the television series Pushing Daisies, and recently in the opening sequence of the television series Entourage. The fourth generation Continental's most recognized trademark, front opening rear doors, was a purely practical decision. The doors were hinged from the rear when Lincoln engineers kept hitting the doors with their feet when examining the back seats. The suicide doors were to become the best-known feature of 1960s Lincolns. The Continental was the first postwar four-door convertible from a major U.S. manufacturer. Vanguard Motor Sales is proud to present this, two owner, 1966 Lincoln Continental Convertible. Let me just say, if you are tired of being a spectator at the car shows, and you are ready to get some attention, this is the car for you. With the suicide doors, brand new Gangster white wall tires mounted on the original wheels, and a power hide-away convertible top that works without hesitation, you will be turning heads wherever you go. This triple black Continental has a straight and solid body. The gaps and panels line up perfectly, the doors open and shut without and problems. The paint isn't perfect, but it is nice and shines up great. The chrome is in average condition. The undercarriage is solid, as you can see from the pictures. There aren't any holes in the pans or frame rot. The squared-off grille houses the headlights, and sits above the chrome bumper, which features the parking lights and front turn signals. The taillights are fitted with a ribbed chrome grille on each side, and set in the rear bumper. Pop the hood and you'll find the 462ci big block motor, with 80k original miles. The automatic transmission shifts smoothly, and with the power steering, this boat practically floats down the road. Power brakes are another nice feature that really makes driving this convertible a true pleasure. Inside this convertible you will find the original black leather interior. The walnut-paneling on the doors ads to the prestige look. Front factory seat belts with retractors, a tilt wheel, and both power seat and windows make for one comfortable ride. The A/C is currently inoperable, but who needs A/C when you can put the top down? Product breakdown for the 1966 Lincoln Continental consisted of 65% sedans, 29% coupes, and just under 6% for the four-door convertible. Total sales were close to 55,000 in 1966, which means only around 3,200 of these 4 door convertibles were made. How many do you think are left? This is an amazing opportunity to own one of these luxury automobiles for a reasonable price. It runs great, drives straight down the road and will be a great cruiser for summer nights. Don't miss out on this opportunity, call today! 248-974-9513 www.vanguardmotorsales.com





Batmobile from Batman on the Road Engine Sound, Small Rev and Overview Batman
This is a Batmobile from the 1966 Batman movie. Only 5 were produced in the world and the highest sold was more than $2 million. The Batmobile built for and used in the 1966--1968 live action television show Batman (and its film adaptation) was a customized vehicle that originated as a one-off 1955 Lincoln Futura concept car, originally created by William M. Schmidt and his design team at the Lincoln Styling Department. Barris hired Bill Cushenbery to do the metal modifications to the car and its conversion into the Batmobile was completed in just three weeks, at a reported cost of US$30,000. They used the primer-painted, white-striped car in October, 1965, for a network presentation reel. Shortly afterward, the car was painted gloss black with "fluorescent cerise" stripes. Barris retained ownership of the car and leased it back to 20th Century Fox and Greenway Productions for use in the series. The estimated 1966 value of the Barris Batmobile was about $125,000, but today it is estimated to be worth at least US$2 million. In December 1965 Ford sold the Futura to Barris; despite its huge original production cost—the equivalent of approximately US$2 million in 2009 -- Barris was able to purchase the vehicle for the nominal sum of $1.00 and "other valuable consideration". When filming for the series began, several problems arose due to the age of the car: it overheated, the battery went dead, and the expensive Mickey Thompson tires kept blowing. By mid season, the engine and transmission were replaced with those of a Ford Galaxie. The most frequent visual influence of this car is that later Batmobiles usually have a rear rocket thruster that fires as the car makes a fast start. More "Likes" and "Views" will bring you more cool videos! Hope you like it!! New videos will be coming out every week. Please SUBSCRIBE & check out my "CHANNEL" for more videos!! Thanks!! My Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/ATWorldChannel Like me on Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/AT-World-Channel/121604391283279 Follow me on Twitter for daily updates: https://twitter.com/#!/atworldchannel Sound (Radio Subject) Engine (Literature Subject) Acceleration (Dimension) Thomas Ferrari Start Porsche Book Tank Lamborghini Friends Books MrTsunami14 christino94 Reading Gas shemee150 DoctaM3 jorrie2 marchettino BrianZuk motor sports Library Cars Cold racing Starting cars Author Rockstar Bmw Audi Carrera Mercedes Aston Novel Auto Rev





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1962 Lincoln Continental Test Drive Classic Muscle Car For Sale In MI Vanguard Motor Sales
http://www.ClassicCarBuyingSecrets.com Click now for an instant download on "How to Avoid the 7 Deadliest Mistakes of Buying a Classic Car Online"! VIN 2Y86H430667 Mechanics 430ci Motor Automatic Transmission Power Steering Power Top, Works Great Factory Air Conditioning Power Brakes, Drum Front and Rear Replaced Ball Joints and Wheel Cylinders Exhaust System is in Great Shape New Brake Lines New Flexlines New Battery Hoses and Belts are in Great Shape Coil Over Shocks Bushings Look Good New Pittman Arm New Drag Link Body Powder Blue Paint Very Nice Paint Job Suicide Doors Lincoln Hubcaps Coker Classic White Wall Tires 235/75/14 Front and Rear Door Lips are Clean and Solid Chrome and Stainless is in Nice Shape Some Imperfections in the Bumpers Very Solid Undercarriage Solid Floorboards Pinch Welds on Rockers Look Great, Spot Welds Visible Interior Powder Blue Interior Power Seats Power Windows Speedo Works, Temp Gauge Works Wood Grain Details on Door Panels, Dash Recovered Seats Interior Chrome is in Good Shape Dash Pad Looks Great Steering Wheel is in Good Shape Don't Miss Out! Call Tom 7 Days a Week! 248-974-9513 tom@vanguardmotorsales.com www.VanguardMotorSales.com





Bustle Back Lincoln Continental 1982 Givenchy / Signature V8 Test Drive For Sale Video Review
Bustle Back Lincoln Continental 1982 Givenchy / Signature V8 Test Drive For Sale Video Review http://www.1OwnerCarGuy.com This 1982 Lincoln Continental is very nice and only has 1 Owner and 61K Original Miles on it. This is a sweet car with the 5.0L V8 engine it it. It has plenty of power but still does good on the gas mileage. This car fires right up and runs, drives, and shifts great. The exterior is very nice. The paint looks great and has a very nice shine to it. Looks like the car spent most of the time in a garage. The body is straight as can be and not hardly a dent or ding anywhere. The car has a lot of chrome and nice factory wire wheels. The interior is just as nice as it gets. It is fully loaded with all the options and everything on the car works. This is just a great car that is as nice as it gets. Thank You for watching and please Share my Videos Comment on the Like them and Make sure you are Subscribed..;-) Cheers Nathan Wratislaw AKA 1 Owner Car Guy Here is the Soda Steam link Free Shipping and $10 off http://www.stockgambles.com/stock-gambles-blog.html Make sure and check Out My channel I have Lots of 1 & 2 Owner Cars Trucks and SUV's on there and I sell them Cheap Also If You Subscribe You won't Miss out..;-) I Have a few Channels You can Access them Via My Main Channel page or also you can See the Links I post Below I will Also Post links to My websites and Facebook so you don't Miss any of the action Sign Up Everywhere!!..;-) Cheers Nathan Wratislaw AKA 1 Owner Car Guy 406-544-6919 Make sure and visit Some of My Websites Below I do All Sorts of Unique Things..;-) http://www.1ownercarguy.com http://www.cerealmarshmallows.com http://www.Beaglespocket.com http://www.ClickWebs.com http://www.Hardener.com http://www.missoulaautoauction.com http://www.vita-depot.com http://www.Nathanwratislaw.com Also Make Sure And ADD Me or Subscribe on Facebook & Youtube http://www.facebook.com/cerealmarshmallows And For Youtube I have 2 channels you may want to add http://www.youtube.com/user/cerealmarshmallows http://www.youtube.com/user/1ownercarguy http://www.youtube.com/user/MovieCarsGuy http://www.youtube.com/user/MiniatureBeagles http://www.youtube.com/user/stockgambles http://www.youtube.com/user/montanamuscle Send Me Hate Mail or Goodies & Stuff to show on Youtube 1 Owner Car Guy (Nathan Wratislaw) PO Box 2505 Lakeside, CA 92040 No Ticking items please..;-) From Wikipedia: After a one-year absence, 1982 saw the Continental name reapplied to a mid-size car based on the long-wheelbase version of the Ford Fox platform. Intended to compete with the Cadillac Seville (priced in 1982 from $23,433), the new Continental was priced from $21,302. Unlike the Seville, which switched to a front-wheel drive chassis for 1980, the 1982 Continental remained rear-wheel drive. While the now-unrelated Mark VI was produced in coupe and 4-door styles, the new Continental was strictly a four-door sedan. For 1982, the Continental was offered in base, Signature Series, and Givenchy Designer Series trim. Starting in 1983, the Signature Series trim was dropped but base and Designer (Givenchy and/or Valentino) trims continued through 1987. The 1982 Signature Series and Givenchy Designer Series Continentals included many additional standard features and added $3,100 to $3,500 to the price of the base model. Fully optioned Signature and Givenchy models would top out at over $26,500 (approximately $63,043 in today's dollars) and were among the most expensive Lincoln sedans built to date. The standard powertrain for 1982 was shared with the Town Car; a carbureted version of the Ford 302 cid V8 backed by the new 4-speed AOD automatic transmission. Fuel injection replaced the carburetor in 1983. "Lincoln Continental" Lincoln "Bustle Back" Bustle "Bustle Back Lincoln" "Slant Back" Continental Givenchy "Signature Series" Cadillac 1982 1983 1984 1985 82 83 84 85 Signature Sedan 5.0 V8 "Mustang Engine" "1 Owner" 1982 82 Signature Luxury Loaded Options "For Sale" Video "Video Review" "Nathan Wratislaw" "1 Owner Car Guy" "Ford Modular Engine" Ford "Cadillac Seville" Buy Sell Import Export See Find Get Watch Youtube Videos "Luxury Vehicle"





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132337 / 1969 Lincoln Continental Mark III
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/7yjoxet Showing just 30,084 original miles, this triple black Mark III is the epitome of late '60s cool. You just know Sinatra owned one just like this, and prowled the Las Vegas strip in it, the big block under the hood rumbling with authority, while the luxury-filled interior coddled him and his lady companions in the finest tradition. Nothing looks better on these cars than black, and the bodywork on this one was undoubtedly very straight before the work started, and today it's simply amazing. In the photos, you can sight down the flanks and see that there are no ripples or signs of bodywork, and that someone block sanded the hell out of this body before the two stage urethane went on. There's a subtle relief line that runs the length of the car, kicking up on the quarter panel, and alignment is spot-on from one panel to the next. There's about an acre of sheetmetal in that hood, and I'm astounded that they've been able to get it to look and fit as well as it does. The engine compartment of this car might be the nicest we've ever seen. Everything appears as new, from the bright Ford Blue paint on the block, to the hoses and fittings. The 460 cubic inch V8 in the Continental was a high-compression 4-barrel unit, and the Mark III was most certainly a gentleman's express. With 365 horsepower, it powers the big coupe with effortless ease, and when you drop the hammer, it moves with real authority. The A/C system has been completely rebuilt and uses R134a refrigerant, so it will be reliable and easy to service in the future. Things like the inner fenders, the radiator cradle, and the firewall are in exceptional condition, and all the wiring appears new. With only 30,000 miles, this is an extremely strong runner that rides and drives like a full-sized Lincoln should. Harnessing all that big block power is a Ford C6 3-speed automatic driving a rugged Ford 9-inch with 2.83 gears out back. Thanks to the engine's massive torque reserves, tall gears really aren't required, and this is one of those cars designed to hammer across vast stretches of interstate at high speeds in supreme comfort. The Exhaust system has been upgraded to some seriously big pipes and Flowmaster style mufflers, which give the big coupe a deep voice that is ideal for its luxury/sport mission. The wheels are positively massive 20-inch Boss Motorsports pieces wearing Yokohama radials, and quite honestly, they look great on the car. Where the original tires look kind of lost under those big fenders, these manage to stuff the wheel wells without significantly degrading ride quality to a great extent. The high style continues inside, where the original cloth and vinyl interior is almost 100% intact and in spectacular condition. Power windows and locks were standard equipment, of course, and the controls are at your fingertips on the nicely preserved door panel. Both the driver and passenger get six-way power seats that are fully functional and extremely comfortable. The steering wheel is a recent addition, but it looks right at home in the flashy Continental passenger compartment, with a bright billet aluminum center and a leather-wrapped rim. Cars like this are red hot right now. Collectors are realizing that they are exceptionally nice vehicles to drive, and they were some of the most expensive vehicles on the road when they were new. Pop culture has embraced '60s Lincoln Continentals as well, and a younger generation is discovering what amazing machines these full-sized luxury cruisers really are. With a few tasteful upgrades, this Mark III is surely one of the nicest anywhere at any price. And there's simply no color combination better than triple black on these wonderful machines. Call us today!





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