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For an episode of Jay Leno's Garage that's nearly an hour long, Jay takes a tour of the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. He interviews some top automotive designers in the industry on the Concept Car Lawn.


Lincoln is hard at work bringing the Continental concept from the show stand to the showroom, as you can see from these latest interior and exterior spy shots.


When Lincoln starts building the production version of the Continental, it likely won't be in Chicago, where the MKS sedan is currently built.


Lincoln is hinting that it might get rid of its alphabet soup of model names in favor of real words. The chance comes after the successful reaction to the Continental concept.


After its world debut on Sunday, the Lincoln Continental Concept has made its way to the stand and bright lights of the Javits Center.


Plus: Quick Hits On The Chevy Malibu, Subaru's STI Plans, Volkswagen's CC And More

We curate news and notes from the floor of the New York Auto Show, with a focus on how the Continental name inspired Lincoln's designers.

Follow along as we take a visual trip through the history of the Lincoln Continental, from its very beginning in 1941 through the latest concept from 2015.


Bentley's chief designer says that Lincoln may have copied the design from the Flying Spur a little too closely for its own Continental concept.


CEO Mark Fields: Early Design Drafts Lacked 'Oomph'

Lincoln CEO Mark Fields says that the designers for the company's full-size sedan were uninspired until someone suggested bringing back the Continental name.


Concept Previews New Flagship Coming Next Year

Lincoln is making big news in New York this week with the introduction of the Continental Concept. But this is more than just a concept – it previews a new, fullsize sedan that will go into production next year.


A development site at the Lincoln domain introduces us to a new Continental concept, called "The face of forward thinking," and the tagline, "Follow us forward." There are no pictures yet, but we're promised that it's "elegantly styled and boldly distinctive," and an "envisioning of what's to come."


Neil Young may be better known as a singer-songwriter and rock n' roll icon than he is for his involvement with cars, but the Canadian-born musician is not without his automotive credentials. His latest book, after all, is titled "Special Deluxe: A Memoir of Life & Cars," and one of his most famous songs, "Long May You Run," was written about his old station wagon. But does that mean he's got an inside line on new cars coming out?


It seems like the retro design aesthetic in autos might be petering out, with even a former poster child like the Ford Mustang taking a step in a more modern direction. Sometimes those updates of old-school models really worked well, though. Just take a look above at the Lincoln Continental concept from 2002 that took the extruded shape of the 1960s version and updated it for the new millennium.


Judging by the success that many luxury automakers are currently experiencing in China, it's no surprise that Lincoln plans to take advantage of the situation by peddling its wares across the Pacific. Lincoln will open its first Chinese dealership next year, but potential buyers there won't be mucking through the same alphabet soup of car names found in American showrooms. USA Today reports that Ford's luxury car division could revert back to legacy names (like Continental and Zephyr) in China w


The 1961 Lincoln Continental is on display at The Henry Ford museum in Dearborn, Mich.

Fifty years later, visitors still pay their last respects.


Want to own a piece of American history? Perhaps you should consider 35th President John F. Kennedy's limousine, a 1960 Lincoln Continental, or the last car he safely rode in before his assassination, a 1963 Lincoln Continental convertible. Both of them will be up for sale at the Camelot: Fifty Years after Dallas auction on October 24, a JFK 50th anniversary auction in Boston.


Car had been displayed at Texas museum

Lonnie Shelton went to Dallas in search of spare parts for his car collection. The long-time baseball fan came home with the collector's item of a lifetime.


Lonnie Shelton of Pampa, Texas has just become the proud new owner of a 1948 Lincoln Continental once owned by Babe Ruth himself. The hardtop coupe has the dark distinction being Ruth's last Lincoln. The legendary ballplayer was struck with cancer in 1947 and, after a brief period of remission, eventually succumbed to the disease. Before that, however, the Ford Motor Company honored Ruth for his efforts at promoting Little League Baseball by giving him this '48 Continental. Ruth spent many of hi


Neil Young once wrote a song titled "Don't Let It Bring You Down," but this could do just that.


Not a lot of people have use for a parade car. The pope would, as would a group of astronauts returning from a mission in space to be showered with ticker tape. And if you think you deserve a parade of your own, this could be your vehicle of choice.

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