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1965 Lincoln Continental Review
You already know why the car is awesome.
Big Blue — It's a baby blue, '65 Continental! Whats to say? -460ci V8 -Power everything -Handles like a tank -60 to 0 in 4 miles -10 mpg no matter what Very low maintenance cost because one can work on the car without aid of a mechanic or computer diagnostics and 98% of the parts can be readily found.
Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)
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