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RealRides of WNY - 1972 Continental Mark IV

This 1972 Continental Mark IVcomes with a pedigree. The original Continental, marketed as a LincolnContinental, was the brainchild of Edsel Ford, Henry’s son, and was sold from 1940-48 (with a break during World War II). A new car, the Continental Mark II, debuted for 1956 and only lasted for two model years (at a price of ten grand, it’s no wonder!). Things got a bit muddied-up in 195

RealRides of WNY - c1978 Continental Mark V

If you found yourself looking for something a little different 39 or 40 years ago, a handful of world-famous design houses (Bill Blass, Cartier, Pucci, and Givenchy) lent their names (and, one would hope, their design skills) to a series of luxury cars which were based on one similar to this c1978 Lincoln Continental Mark V (top). As the V would indicate, this was the fifth-generation of the Mark