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YAK Car Pic of the Day

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Perhaps whoever coined the phrase “Go big or stay home” drove a 1966 Lincoln Continental like this convertible that’s sitting outside of a Tonawanda repair shop. Big? Only if you consider a 126-inch wheelbase to be big. Or a 462 CID V-8 engine as big. Or a weight of over over two-and-a-half tons… I could go on, but I think you get my point. The ’66 model year was the first time the modern (post-1961) Continental was offered as a two-door coupe. It was also the only four-door production convertible made in North America. You could have been one of  3,180 buyers who bought one of these, with a starting price of $6,383 — but I’ll bet that most of you weren’t. See the whole line here.

Groovy eight-track option.


They look good with the top up, too.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

— Jim Corbran, You Auto Know…


  • MaxPlanck

    That’s an absolute “slab” of a car!