Auction Block: 1964 Lincoln Continental Convertible

Cruising the block in style is must for serious gear heads, as anytime you leave the house you better be showcasing the whip, or what is the point of even going out? For those that need to have class in spades and all eyes on them as they round the corner, this 1964 Lincoln Continental Convertible featured at a recent Mecum auction is long and low cruiser perfect for slow drives down Main Street.

Fully customized from stem to stern, this urban boat packs a 7.0-Liter V8 big block under the hood that takes breaths from an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor before barking through a handmade 2.5-inch exhaust, while an automatic transmission ensures that driving dirty will be a brainless task. On the chassis, an AccuAir programmable air ride suspension system allows for the ride to slink low with the tires tucked deep into the wheel wells. The exterior is wrapped in a custom Tungsten finish for a truly unique appearance, a look well complemented by the 20-inch Mobsteel wheels and interior trimmed in a beautiful Alcantara material.

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