1964 Lincoln Continental For Sale - Iconic Luxury Convertible With
Suicide Doors LMC is very proud to offer for sale this 1964 Lincoln
Continental When the Ford Motor Company was looking for vehicles in
the luxury segment to go against the Cadillacs and Imperials of the
day, the Lincoln-Mercury Division came up with a flagship called
the Lincoln Continental. With its suicide doors and clean-cut lines
Lincoln knew their design was a winner, as there was evidence it
had already had an impact on the competition. One concern was
Lincoln's smaller size, the implication of which was that smaller
equaled less substantial. Lincoln answered that by advising that
the Lincoln was the heaviest of the top luxury cars, and this added
weight was indicative of more extensive sound proofing, better body
construction, and higher quality. This 1964 Lincoln Continental
Convertible is finished in the highly attractive color combination
of Artic White with a Red leather interior, this 4-door convertible
is stunning. Under the hood is the 430ci 2V V8 engine backed by the
Twin-Range Turbo-Drive automatic transmission. To match its
attractive looks are a handful of luxury options including power
seats, power windows, power steering, power brakes, power top, air
conditioning, heater and defroster, electric clock and more. This
Lincoln Continental is one of the most emblematic American cars of
its time and a great piece to add to any collection! Additional
Details: 1964 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL -
1964 Lincoln Continental
Location:Halton Hills, Ontario
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