Even considering the demure light-blue paint, this is a car that has some serious presence. Yards of slab-sided sheetmetal will do that. Mid-Sixties American luxury cars are the pinnacle of the breed, before the market pressures of expensive gasoline, the Clean Air Act, and quality imports doomed these cars.
Single-digit mileage is a drag, certainly. But pulling up to the drive-through or the school pickup line in this 1964 Lincoln Continental would make it all worthwhile.
It’s on eBay in Salem, Oregon, with reserve not yet met.