I have to say, I was very surprised to see this parked on the streets of Berlin.
Of course, I could totally picture a party of hipsters piling into the back seat and trunk and partying into the wee hours, but still…this baby is far away from America.
Someone must have really wanted this car, and put it on a boat.
Check out what I believe to be a 1968 two-door Lincoln Continental hardtop. Bad-ass indeed.
Man, this thing just goes on forever. Practically need a whole block to park this sucker.
Let’s take a closer look.
Silently poised, but I bet this thing had some torque to lay a good patch and make people blink.
The chief differentiating factor from the 1967 version, is that the parking lights, taillights, and front turn signals were incorporated into a wraparound design with the fenders. Safety was the ticket.
That rectangular side view mirror is nuts. It seems like it fits, but is also totally kind of out of place and slapped on. Depends on the moment.
Nice straight lines in the front side blending into the curves to the back.
This car is solid. Solid steel. I would not want it following me too closely on the autobahn.
I think this was officially the biggest trunk I have ever seen in a car.
You could have a 24-7 Berlin techno club in that trunk and nobody would ever know.
Look at that row of red break lights in the back bumper. A very fun car, the 1968 Lincoln Continental.