1968 Lincoln Continental on 2040-cars
Montreal, Missouri, United States
Freshly built (less than 1000 miles) Numbers matching 468 big block, small cam, Holley 850 carb jetted and
tuned. Has a rebuilt c6 trans and a 9" upgraded rear end. New 22" US MAGS Rambler Wheels. 22x11 on rear with
295/25r/22 tires on rear and 22x9 with 245/30r/22 on front. Static 4" drop with Air Assist on rear. New shocks
new tie-rods, gearbox. Upgraded power steering pump to an Electric/Hydraulic pump. Front pads and rotors calipers
hose all new. Custom Red Metal flake on roof with satin painted body. Good body and frame. Full electrical wiring
replaced with a Kwikwire harness. Fully redone custom interior with fiberglass dash, console, and door panels. New
headliner, Electric door openers, trunk release and locks. Power windows rewired. 32" in-dash custom TV with 2 7"
monitors. A very loud stereo with 4 12" subs and plenty of power to run them. Upgraded 200 amp alternator. Digital
gauges. Lots of lincoln extra parts. Car is not perfect but is very nice and ready to go. Could use some final
blocking on body and a final coat of paint. Drives great. Perfect for you high rollers to have what others wish the
did. Clear title.
Lincoln Continental for Sale
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Auto blogTue, 14 May 2013
When Lincoln pulled the wraps off the MKC Concept at the Detroit Auto Show earlier this year, we said that the very attractive concept was going to closely mirror the production vehicle. With few exceptions, a clad prototype recently caught running on public roads seems to substantiate our statement.
From what the pictures reveal, the disguised Lincoln MKC production mule and show concept seem to share the same waistline with identical sculpting over the wheels. The midsection of the two also appear to match with the same flare and styling. The lower rockers have been cleaned up a bit, mainly to be more practical in the real world (the deep chisels on the show car would have collected mud and snow).
Taking a look at the exposed front bumper, we see a very similar lower fascia complete wtih the metal skid plate on the chin. The window profile also seems to match the concept, though we're still unclear exactly how that C- and D-pillar section is going to look. Of course, and it always seems to be the case when concepts evolve into production vehicles, the MKC gains four normal door handles, standard-sized mirrors and a slightly smaller wheel/tire package. We expect the production version of the Lincoln MKC to debut later this year.
Mon, 27 Oct 2014
Both of America's domestic luxury brands seem to be stuck in neutral.
It's ironic that Cadillac and Lincoln got new bosses within days of each other this month. It's also a commentary on the fact both of America's domestic luxury brands seem to be stuck in neutral.
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Discussion Topics For Autoblog Podcast Episode #403
Ford investing $5B in Lincoln