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Autoblog Logo By Jeremy Korzeniewski of Autoblog | Slide 2 of 7: The last thing I'd want is a project car with significant rust. This 1966 Lincoln Continental needs plenty of work, but all the factory metal seems to be in good shape. That top, on the other hand, is gonna take somebody lots of time and effort to get right, particularly all the bits and pieces that make it raise and lower. No matter. I've always loved these four-door convertibles, and according to the seller, this Conti starts, runs and drives under its own power, which ought to greatly reduce the complexity of its resuscitation. If it were me footing the bill(s), this would be more of a path to roadworthiness than a proper restoration, because I'd want to enjoy the wind in my hair as quickly as possible as I waft down the highway in my own personal land yacht. — Consumer Editor Jeremy Korzeniewki

1966 Lincoln Continental

The last thing I'd want is a project car with significant rust. This 1966 Lincoln Continental needs plenty of work, but all the factory metal seems to be in good shape. That top, on the other hand, is gonna take somebody lots of time and effort to get right, particularly all the bits and pieces that make it raise and lower.

No matter. I've always loved these four-door convertibles, and according to the seller, this Conti starts, runs and drives under its own power, which ought to greatly reduce the complexity of its resuscitation. If it were me footing the bill(s), this would be more of a path to roadworthiness than a proper restoration, because I'd want to enjoy the wind in my hair as quickly as possible as I waft down the highway in my own personal land yacht. — Consumer Editor Jeremy Korzeniewki

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