1973 Lincoln Continental Town Coupé.

February 1, 2012

8 comments

8 comments:

David said...

A very nice ride! And a great body. A rare car because many gave up on them because of the poor fuel economy.

Anonymous said...

Oh my god talk about street presence.

Anonymous said...

Yes, this is wonderful. I especially like the idea that the wonderful french word, coupe (with an accent mark over the e) translates as either cup (think of the way the passenger compartment in a small, open sports car functions like a "cup" for the passengers) or, perhaps more appropriately, it translates as Boat. Which this car definitely is.

A wonderful car, in wonderful condition.

Nice composition on the photos, guys.

Justin said...

Ho-ly Christ.
It's perfect....the things I'd do to own this gorgeous mistress of a car.

Anonymous said...

um...coupe is french for cut, as in 'car with the roof cut off'.

casey/a r t a n d c o l o u r said...

what a beautiful example of a now rare car. You rarely saw these large Lincoln coupes new. Now they're almost gone and forgotten. This one is gorgeous. I love the color combination.

Anonymous said...

Looks like they went for the luxury trifecta- Caddilac and Chrysler in the drive, supreme luxo-barge on the street. Love this car!- Garrysr

Anonymous said...

Where is this car and is it for sell, it looks just like my first car.