New and Used Lincoln Continental: Prices, Photos, Reviews, Specs – The Car Connection

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The Lincoln Continental was one of the most revered–nameplates in the Ford Motor stable. At least, that was the for the first few generations; the name was to smaller, less distinguished throughout the 1970s and 1980s, and in the era, it was essentially a long-wheelbase Taurus, between the 1988 and model years, after it was discontinued.

The Continental name at first was a until itself, christened in the War II era as a personal car for Edsel Ford, and produced in limited numbers. the war, Ford revived the and applied it to a stunning, expensive roadster dubbed the Mark II.

The Continental brand was absorbed Lincoln, and ran through Roman as it grew ever larger, a more direct rival for popularly priced Cadillacs of the

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The design heights for the brand reached again with the Continental, which was offered as a sedan with … a two-door coupe, and a four-door This Continental was the one converted for use; one became the limousine President John F. Kennedy was in.

By the end of the decade, the pricey Continental was due for a it received in rather unglorious starting a downward trend in and in construction quality that until it was discontinued. The hopelessly Town Cars of the early were a grim sight, for any fan of the two-door or the Mark II.

With its 1988 redesign, the found a new niche, as a spin-off of the successful Taurus. Given its own but less radical shape from the Taurus, the longer, Continental also came front-wheel drive and, no V-8 engine. Ford’s 3.8-liter V-6 did the through a four-speed automatic

This well-received edition was through the 1994 model

In 1995, the Continental was revamped, on the same platform. The V-8 was back in the of a 4.6-liter engine coupled to a automatic, but the Continental still was by the front wheels. The major in this era were an air suspension and

The Continental still was perceived, as a car for older drivers. And as Ford to absorb European luxury in the late 1990s, the business for the Continental was made to make sense. Ford announced the end of production in 2002, and the final rolled off the assembly line in year.

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