The Continental of the ’60s is perhaps the most iconic luxury car of the time. Permanently etched in American’s memory via the Zapruder film, unfortunately, the classic slab-sided shape oozed power and elegance. Lincoln just unveiled a new Continental last week, sadly unavailable as a convertible, but certainly reminiscent of the original.
This one appears to have been perfectly restored, and per the auction description in a cost-no-object manner. The black paint is deep and lustrous, the rechromed trim bright and straight. It’s perfect for parades or late-night cruises.
It’s on eBay in California with reserve not yet met.