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66 Lincoln restomod

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Looking good! I wonder whatever became of the '66-'69 Lincoln molds? The '65 convertible is still with us, but what happened to the later molds? :unsure:

At any rate, drive on! B)

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15 minutes ago, Snake45 said:

Looking good! I wonder whatever became of the '66-'69 Lincoln molds? The '65 convertible is still with us, but what happened to the later molds? :unsure:

At any rate, drive on! B)

66-67 were the nicest of the bunch

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I like the Black Metallic color and the finish. Great looking wheels for this. 

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Oh man, those rainbow flakes in the paint! 😍. What is that?! 

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9 hours ago, CabDriver said:

Oh man, those rainbow flakes in the paint! 😍. What is that?! 

It is five different colors of zirillac pearls.

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1 hour ago, yellowsportwagon said:

It is five different colors of zirillac pearls.

Looks amazing!!  Great job on that!

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That looks pretty cool, I've always loved that era of Connies!

 

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Love these Continentals from the ´60s! Especially when they're low down! Great paint and a nice and clean foil job!

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Really impressive foil work, especially those thin fender strips. I'm working on a 65 convertible backdated more to a 61 to 63 but- customized with a molded in continental area and a sectioned Deuce grill. Final bit of daring- thinking of opening doors...........

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Stellar looking car Tim.  cheers, tim

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