Nice. Looks to be missing hub caps or wheel covers. Seen a few of these over the years or at least 57 model but the T-Birds are more common. [nt]

Feb 14, 2020,06:24 AM

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I Don't See One of These Very Often

 By: cazalea : February 13th, 2020-14:09
An older blonde woman driver going a good 70 mph 1956 Lincoln Continental Cazalea ...  

Saw one many years ago on Topanga in the San Fernando Valley . . .

 By: Dr No : February 13th, 2020-14:30
. . . and just managed to put my eyeballs back in their sockets before passing it by. ;-)

Technically not a Lincoln, but the Mark II was incredible!

 By: Wojo : February 13th, 2020-17:45
In 1956 and 1957 the Continental was a stand alone division of Ford, a step above a Lincoln (much like the early Imperial for Chrysler). The Mark II was a hand built automobile rivaling the Rolls Royce both in price as well as exclusivity. Ford lost a $10... 

Its majestic [nt]

 By: Gelato Monster : February 13th, 2020-20:16

An extraordinary beautiful car

 By: George Gently : February 13th, 2020-22:02
Never seen such a ‘56 Continental. To me this is car-art; design at it’s best. I like coupé’s that are a bit more stretched and I love it when the distance between front wheel and A-pilar is long, like in this case. Do you know how long the car as such me... 

Continental = 6 m long, 2200 kg

 By: cazalea : February 14th, 2020-04:56
1956-1957 Lincoln Continental Mark II Specifications General Specifications Manufacturer Continental Division, Ford Motor Company Dates of Manufacture June 1955-May 1957 Body Type two-door hardtop As-New Price $9,695 (1956), $9,966 (1957) Wheelbase (in.) ... 

Thank you

 By: George Gently : February 14th, 2020-06:52
for the specification sheet 👍