According to Sullivan Motor Company, fourth generation models, those manufactured between 1961 and 1969, are particularly targeted by collectors.
Mesa, AZ (PRWEB) May 03, 2012
Sullivan Motor Company has one of Ford’s most famous models, the 1967 Lincoln Continental, on its lot. Located in Mesa, Arizona, those at Sullivan Motor Company say they have never wanted to sell a car less than they want to sell this one. First produced in 1939, no other vehicle reflects the evolution of American history more appropriately. From cameos in major motion pictures to presidential convoys, it seems everybody’s grandparents have a Lincoln Continental story to tell. Sullivan Motor Company notes presidents in particular have been partial to the Continental. President John F. Kennedy was riding in a customized 1961 Continental limousine when he was assassinated in 1963, and President Lyndon B. Johnson was known to scoot around his Texas ranch in a 1964 model.
According to Sullivan Motor Company, fourth generation models, those manufactured between 1961 and 1969, are particularly targeted by collectors. Often portrayed in movies and on television, recently in the opening credits of the HBO series Entourage, the fourth generation Continentals are equipped with ever-popular suicide doors. Further, the 1967 Continental is unique because it was the last Continental convertible manufactured with four doors, and the first to have the Lincoln logo on each front fender. Sullivan Motor Company says the 1967 Lincoln Continental is quite a vehicle, and urges anyone in the Mesa area to come by and take a look at it.
About Sullivan Motor Company
Sullivan Motor Company is a used car dealership located at 1515 W. Broadway in Mesa, Arizona. With a great selection of pre-owned cars, Sullivan Motor Company is excited to serve the automotive needs of the greater Phoenix area.
For more information please call 480-559-6100