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Custom Gangster Lincoln Continental
READ THIS! NOT MY VEHICLE! AND OBVIOUSLY ITS NOT REALLY A TRUE "GANGSTER" CAR! Lots of nice touches in and out. The owner did a nice job. Here is a video of this vehicle 3 years later!!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0GuWdi2MkUE (ignore) TAGS: mafia tommy gun shotgun rifle brass knuckles chicago texas las vegas al capone don corleone wise guy good fellas godfather pistol murder hit whack lincoln gang gangster bulletproof speakeasies moonshine 1920's 1930'sm1940's 1950's 1960's Girls Hot babes colt 1911 molotov Godfather V8 fast V12 alcohol liquor dope cigerettes





1956 Continental Mark II We go for a ride in a Mark 2
From the vault - We go for a ride in an American Classic, A Mark II Continental





1956 Continental Mark II Convertible
1956 Continental Mark II - An American Rolls Royce The new 1956 Continental Mark II was the most luxurious and elegant American car available, designed to recapture the spirit of the great classics of the prewar period—with prices to match. The Mark II sold for $10,000, the equivalent of a new Rolls-Royce or two Cadillacs. In spite of this, Ford estimated they still lost over a thousand dollars per car on the 3,000 that were built. The Continental Mark II was the elite automobile of the 1950s' rich and famous: Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Louie Prima, Dwight Eisenhower, Barry Goldwater, Spike Jones, Nelson Rockefeller, Henry J. Kaiser, Howard Johnson, the Shah of Iran, and many other celebrities owned them. The Mark II wasn't made by Lincoln,but by the short-lived, Continental Division, of the Ford Motor Company. Its general manager was William Clay 'Bill' Ford, son of Edsel Ford and grandson of Henry Ford. Due to the low volume of cars produced all the 1956-57 Mark II's came out of the factory as 2 door hardtops. A retractable hardtop version was developed for the Mark II, but when it became evident that costs would never be recouped, this mechanism was transferred to the Ford Division and utilized on the 1957-59 Ford retractable hardtops. A soft top convertible was also designed as a "fall back" to the retractable version. Two of Ford's contract coach builders, Derham and Hess & Eisenhardt both estimated a convertible conversion to cost $18,000 to custom build in 1956. That's why there were so few Mark II convertibles produced. It has been determined that only nine Mark II's were professionally converted to convertibles by legitimate coach builders. This stunningly beautiful Silver and Blue 56 Mark II is the last of the nine to be produced and thus has several unique features that separate it from the other eight. These include a stainless steel windshield header that took over 2 ½ weeks to hand form; a modern electric/hydraulic top mechanism; inside of the top is fully lined concealing all of the bows and mechanisms; the top "sail" panels are embroidered with the "Continental "logo. At the time of the conversion, the car underwent a complete "ground-up Concours Quality" restoration using only original equipment or NOS part sand materials. This is truly a "One Off" car that looks and drives as it did when it left the showroom. It has the unique distinction of being the only Continental Mark II convertible in Canada. Today the Mark II is revered as one of the best styled cars of the 1950s. Its good looks are timeless. It rides and drives with a grace and quietness not found in other cars of that era.





2013 Lincoln MKZ Elizabeth Taylor's Continental 1956 Mark II for the new Lincoln commercial.
Elizabeth Taylor's 1956 Continental Mark II during the filming of the 2013 Lincoln MKZ commercial.





STUNNING 1956 Continental Mark 2 II
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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.





THIS CAR MATTERS: 1957 Continental MK II
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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





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