Easily one of the decade's styling landmarks, the Lincoln Continental was instantly acclaimed so by no less than the prestigious Industrial Design Institute. So good was its basic design that it only needed careful annual refinements. See specs and pictures.
The 1963-1970 Lincoln Limousines were created to compete with Cadillac and Imperial in the limousine trade. They were also known for being the presidential limousine. Read more on the 1963-1970 Lincoln Limousines.
Lincoln's 1961 models had timeless style that gave the marque a template for consistent design. But if Robert McNamara had been more insistent, the stunning 1961 Lincoln Continental never would have been seen. Check out the 1961 Lincoln Continental.
The 1966-1969 Lincoln Continentals wore new--if familiar--styling. The overhaul resulted in new aesthetics and those four years witnessed some of Lincoln's best and most luxurious automobiles. Learn more about the refined 1966-1969 Continental.
The 1961-1967 Lincoln Continental by Lehmann-Peterson was designed for heads of state and was custom-built by the Chicago coach-building firm. Learn more about the 1961-1967 Lincoln Continental including the productions facts and specifications.
The 1961-1963 Lincoln Continental is considered among the most handsome large American cars ever produced but it's also known for its quality. Learn about the 1961-1963 Lincoln Continental including production facts, specifications and more.
Designed to compete with the Cadillac Eldorado the 1968-1971 Lincoln Continental Mark III always trailed in sales but not by much so it's considered a success. Learn about the 1968-1971 Lincoln Continental Mark III including production facts and more.