A Fully Restored World-Class Luxury Car!! The name Continental was derived from the highly exclusive 12-cylinder Lincoln Continental of the 1940’s. Bentley had also used the name Continental on their model line, adding to the ambiance and prestige of the name. In 1961, the Continental was completely redesigned by Elwood Engel and for the first time, the names Lincoln and Continental would be paired on a car other than the one in the Mark series. The “slab-side” design would prove to be a classic, lasting through the decade and far beyond. The new Continental’s most recognized trademark, front opening rear doors, was a purely practical decision. This “suicide door” style was to become the best known feature of the 1960’s Lincolns. This convertible is expertly finished in #921 Light Blue Platinum with a complimentary leather interior that remains in fine condition, showing very little wear. The navy top is a gorgeous accent, the chrome is excellent, and the entire car has been wonderfully prepared for its life as a classic luxury car. The big V-8 runs silently, and with 320 horsepower, it pulls the car easily to modern highway speeds. This is truly a car fit for those who enjoy nothing but the finest; a car that was the ride of choice for executives and world leaders alike. Don’t Miss Your Chance To Own One Of The Last Great American Four-Door Convertibles!