1956 Lincoln Mark II Desktop wallpaper

1956 Lincoln Mark II

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1956 Continental Mark II Convertible
In 1955, the Lincoln office who are responsible at Ford Motor for the release of prestigious cars, was not again to resume production of the model Lincoln continental. At the highest level, it was decided on creation of a new prestigious brand “continental”. The first model, released in 1956 under a new brand, was a coupe the continental mark II, with the eight-cylinder engine capacity of 6047 cm3 and a power of 285 horsepower and, most importantly, a fresh and modern design. The model was well accepted by the public. Many famous people of that time like Elvis Presley (Elvis Presley), Frank Sinatra (Frank Sinatra) and Howard Johnson (Howard Johnson) put the car in your garage. However, the cost of a continental mark II, at $ 2000 more than the Cadillac price, catastrophic impact on customer demand. In 1957 the car was removed from production.
Few people know that mark II, in accordance with the original plans, was supposed to be an open car. The first sketches were made in 1953 by Fanauto Charlie (Charlie Phaneuf). However, the sad fate of the car’s coupé not given access to the Assembly line gorgeous convertible.
However, there are two open car on the chassis of the continental mark II was collected. One of them produced, at the request of Ford, Hess & Eisenhardt, a long-time partners Ford is well known for its Lincoln made for President Kennedy. The finished car was delivered to distributor in Chicago and installed in the showroom, as an example of the future of a convertible mark II.
The second open car was produced by the Derham body firm to the annual Texas state Fair in October of 1956. Convertible continental mark II was originally white, but then on the orders of William the Glue Ford repainted and used his wife as a traveling car. This machine is shown in our illustrations.

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