During the 1950's many Americans viewed Detroit's styling studios with a sense of mystery and awe. Small wonder when you consider the mammoth 1960 Lincoln Mark V Convertible. A road giant in the truest sense of the term this chromed masterpiece has a wheelbase of 131 inches narrowly beating out the Cadillac Eldorado's 130 from the same year. Canted quad headlamps were carried over from earlier model years but the grille and bumper were newly styled for 1960. As expected the capacious interior boasted every conceivable option as standard equipment. Swanky and powerful this rat-pack mobile is the ideal car to impress the sharkskin suits at Trader Vic's one of the best-known and beloved night spots in Beverly Hills.
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January 21st, 2019
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