1964 Lincoln Continental: The Great American
The fourth Generation Continental appeared to save the Lincoln company from bankruptcy. It was indeed a great vehicle, a worthy rival for luxurious Cadillacs. Equipped with a vast 7-liter V8, it received a 2-year warranty (unprecedented for American automobiles), the California walnut veneer trim, and, of course, the high-end technology that made the automobile the wealthiest darling.
1947 Lincoln Continental Convertible: A style icon
The luxurious Lincoln division was Henry Ford's only son's "patrimony." Unlike his father, who loved production efficiency, Ford Jr. valued design, comfort, and speed. After becoming head of the premium division, Edsel ran the company according to his taste. One of the most successful projects under his leadership was the luxury Continental.
1966 Lincoln Continental: Reviving the Classic
The Lincoln Continental left an indelible mark on the automotive industry. It was a sleek and sophisticated vehicle that exuded elegance and class. From the moment it was introduced in 1939, it quickly became a symbol of American luxury and style.
1956 Lincoln Premiere: American luxury
The Premiere series was known for its stylish exterior design, rich interior finishes, and exclusive features. Calling the Lincoln Premiere a classic luxury would be inaccurate. Still, the car was undoubtedly stylish, expensive, and bright for its time, attracting hipsters of all stripes like a magnet
1978 Lincoln Continental: The beautiful classics
Continentals of different generations evoked controversial feelings - from excitement to confusion. However, these fancy-designed luxurious cars had one thing in common: they did not leave anyone indifferent!
1956 Lincoln Continental Mark II: The victim of circumstances
This stylish, yet very expensive automobile became a commercial failure of the notorious brand. The high cost and poor timing in the market were the main reasons why the brand discontinued the project. Ironically, this stunning vehicle was sacrificed to release another unsuccessful car.
1946 Lincoln Continental: “The Fanciest thing on wheels”
Created by special order for Edsel Ford, the Continental turned out so beautiful that it was decided to put the model into mass production. It was the last American vehicle with a V12 engine, ending an era when the status was determined by the number of cylinders of its power unit.
1941 Lincoln Continental: The incredible one
Lincoln Continental was a car that got more style than anything that came out of the USA. This coupe was the epitome of American automotive design, made for the rich and famous.
1939 Lincoln Model K limousine: Chic and brilliance
The famous Lincoln Model K was introduced in 1931 to replace the Model L, which had been produced since the founding of the company. Produced until 1942, the automobile quickly became one of the best-selling luxury brands in the US, along with Cadillac and Packard.
1958 Lincoln Premiere: A narrow-eyed monster
A bright representative of the heyday of the American automobile industry, the Lincoln Premiere, produced for only four years, had a short but stellar life.
Lincoln Continental III Convertible 1958 – the epitome of the Detroit Baroque era
The Lincoln Continental Convertible is the most extraordinary creation of the Detroit Baroque era. The model was the epitome of the aerospace styling popular in those years, the exact opposite of the graceful design of the previous Mark II model.