A Beautiful Unique Car!
C&N Motor Cars LLC.
15769 Watkins Road
Marysville, OH 43040
Vehicle History Report
** New Tires **
** Four New Shocks **
** New Front Calipers **
** Brake Hoses All Around **
** New Spark Plugs **
** Oil Change **
** New Fuel level Sender **
** Rebuilt Driver's Power Window Switch **
** Runs and Drives **
** Odometer Turns **
For 1966, the fourth-generation Lincoln Continental underwent a second mid-cycle redesign. To better compete against the Cadillac Coupe de Ville and the Imperial Crown Coupe, Lincoln introduced its first two-door pillarless hardtop since 1960. The convertible remained offered solely as a four-door. In an effort to increase sales of the five year-old model range, Lincoln reduced the price of the Continental nearly $600 from 1965 while keeping equipment levels identical. The marketing decision proved successful; boosted by the introduction of the two-door body style, the model range increased sales by 36%.
For 1969, few changes were made in the final year of production. To comply with federal regulations, the front seats were updated with head restraints for the outboard passengers. The front fascia was updated, with the grille enlarged for the first time since 1966, with the "Continental" wording returning above the grille. Shared with the Mark III, the 460 V8 became the sole engine for the Lincoln Continental, paired with the Ford C6 3-speed automatic transmission.
We offer financing to Buyers Nationwide and will work with your trade-in, paid for or not!
15769 Watkins Road, Marysville, Ohio 43040
(At SR 33 and 36 Northeast of Columbus, Ohio)
WE WILL BUY YOUR CAR EVEN IF YOU DON’T BUY FROM US!