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Kenny Harmony's '68 Lincoln Continental is a commanding presence on the road or idling along a parade route. He actually got the car for free and has made only modest upgrades since, including the 20-inch chrome wheels.
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The interior is not only expansive, it's easy to access, thanks to the "suicide doors" that were a hallmark of Continentals from 1961-69.
Motive force comes from a 460-cubic-inch V-8 engine that cranks out a solid 365 horsepower. A 462-cubic-inch engine was also offered in 1968, but it actually produced less horsepower.
Rolling stock consists of 20-inch Panther wheels mounting low-profile Kumho tires. The overall look accents the Lincoln's factory-stock appearance.
The "New Jersey Special" edition of the '68 Continental wears its outside mirrors way up on the front fenders, affording the driver a better view back down the long, long flanks of the big car.
Motive force comes from a 460 cubic inch V-8 engine that cranks out a solid 365 horsepower. A 462 cubic inch engine was also offered in 1968, but it actually produced less horsepower.
A massive car by anybody's standards, the metallic blue Lincoln 4-door stretches an impressive 220 inches from bumper to bumper.
The interior remains pretty much factory original, including the well-creased blue leather seats.