Lincoln's Continental is a line-up of luxury cars spanning ten generations. The Continental has competed in the mid-size and full-size segments. This 1967 Lincoln Continental Convertible hails from the fourth generation of the nameplate and is reported to have been worked on by John Cashman. If the name is familiar, it's because he's Jay Leno's '67 Lincoln Guy'. The original owner's manuals are included with the sale of this 74,000-mile car.
Wearing a powder blue coat, this 1967 Lincoln Continental Convertible was reportedly repainted 25 years ago. One of those rare four-door convertibles, this car sports a matching black convertible top. Full disclosure; the current owner reports some small tears in it. The convertible top comes with a glass rear window as well. Step aboard a beautiful four-door teal interior with two bench seats that could see up to six occupants traveling comfortably inside this 1967 Lincoln Continental Convertible during its heyday. The interior sports power windows, power door locks, power seats, and air conditioning as creature comforts. The current owner states that there's a small crack in the dash, which isn't uncommon for a car of this age. Looking further, you'll find plenty of wood trim, chrome embellishing, and lavish ashtrays. The climate control and push-button radio are sited to the left and right of the steering wheel, respectively. An analog clock sits ahead of the front seat passenger, neatly installed in the dash. Front and rear seat passengers receive a center armrest as well, making this 1967 Lincoln Continental Convertible a spacious four-seater if desired. The trunk offers ample space for all your luggage and sports the original trunk liner with the plastic moldings still intact.
This 1967 Lincoln Continental Convertible is a large and heavy car. Hence, it needs a suitably large engine, which is provided in the form of a 462ci (7.6L) V8. Developing 340hp and a massive 485lb-ft of torque, it's more than enough to motivate this car via its automatic transmission and rear-wheel-drive configuration. There's power steering, as well as power brakes constituting discs at the front, plus drums at the rear.
- Up For Sale is Our 1967 Lincoln Continental Convertible
- Powder Blue exterior
- Teal interior
- Current owner reports repaint roughly 25 years ago in factory color
- 462ci V8 engine
- Automatic Transmission
- Current owner reports John Cashman worked on this car - Jay Leno's "67 Lincoln Guy"
- Power seats
- Power windows
- Power locks
- Power steering
- Power brakes with front discs
- Glass window for convertible top
- Suicide door convertible
- Original Owners Manuals
- Original trunk liner with plastic moldings still in tact
- Current owner reports small crack in dash
- Current owner reports small tears in convertible top
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