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Lincoln Continental At The-Junkyard, approx 1974

The 1970 Continentals carried new bodies on a "torque-box" chassis inspired by Mercury, with coil-link rear suspension (Lincoln's first since 1959), an inch-longer wheelbase and wider rear track. Styling was freshened with hidden headlamps, a more prominently bulged slat grille, plus ventless front-door glass, concealed wipers, and full-width taillamps -- all popular period features. Less obvious were wider doors, with the rears now front-hinged on sedans, and a slightly smaller fuel tank (though still ample at 24.1 gallons). The hardtop, again advertised as the Coupe, gained a sweeping roofline with huge C-pillars that made over-the-shoulder vision dodgy. The powertrain was essentially a carryover. Prices were still about what they'd been back in 1961: $5976 for the hardtop, $6211 for the sedan.

(source: auto.howstuffworks.com)

Copyright: Auggie Werner
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 29652x14826
Taken: 31/10/2015
上传: 15/10/2017
更新: 27/07/2018


Tags: junk; rust; car; auto; leather; classic; vintage
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