Gateway Classic Cars Milwaukee is excited to present this 1964
Lincoln Continental. The "Continental" nameplate has been in
production on and off for over nine decades. The fourth- generation
model was manufactured from 1961-1969. In 1961 Lincoln put all its
eggs in one basket with the new Continental model due to steep
financial losses. Sold as only four-door and convertible models.
The rear-hinged (suicide doors) became the most iconic feature with
a door ajar light on mounted on the dash. In 1964 the wheel- base
was extended three inches and the rear roofline was squared off to
increase rear seat room. The interior was also redesigned in 1964
with a new full-width instrument panel, updated upholstery, and
redesigned door panels and trim. This 1964 Lincoln Continental is
painted Artic White with an attractive blue cloth interior. The
abundance of shiny chrome, sharp lines and period wide whitewalls
make for one dreamy looking automobile. Under the hood of this
beauty is a 430 cubic inch V-8 attached to a three-speed automatic
transmission. Comfort features include air conditioning, power
windows, power seat, AM radio, seat belts, power steering and power
brakes. Many believe that the fourth generation Continental saved
the Lincoln brand from extinction by creating a new type of luxury
car that became an instant hit among buyers. This 1964 Lincoln
Continental is a nice example of what has become one of most iconic
luxury models in the classic car market.
1964 Lincoln Continental
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