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1968 Lincoln Continental
Standard Equipment

The 1968 Lincoln Continental was superbly equipped in standard form

Image: 1968 Lincoln Continental Sedan
Image: 1968 Lincoln Continental Sedan

Luxury Conveniences and Features
Folding Center Armrests—Front and Rear
Cut-Pile Carpeting
Trip Odometer
Fully Lined Luggage Compartment
Remote Control Side View Mirror
Vanity Mirror
Electric Clock
Wheel Covers
Door Panel and Instrument Cluster Walnut-Toned Appliqués*
Reversible Key and Keyless Door Locking System
Deluxe Seat and Front Shoulder Belts*
Power Side Windows (except Vents)
Two-Way Power Seat
Fresh-Flow Ventilation and Heating System
Automatic Parking Brake Release
Interior Lights:
Courtesy Lights - Glove Box Light - Trunk Light - Map Light - Ashtray Lights - Reading Lights
Warning and Reminder Lights:
Seat Belt Light - Dual Brake System Light - Low Fuel Light - Engine Temperature Light - Rear Door Ajar Light (Front Door on Coupé) - Oil Pressure Light - Alternator Output Light
Limoges or Chalfonte Fabric with Vinyl Interior Trim
Front and Rear Ashtrays and Lighters

Performance and Safety Equipment
462 CID V-8 Engine (340 Horsepower) (Early to Mid-Production)
460 CID V-8 Engine* (365 Horsepower) (Late Production)
Power Steering
Power Front Disc Brakes
Dual Hydraulic Brake System
Select-Shift Turbo-Drive Automatic Transmission
Dual Aluminized and Stainless Steel Exhaust System
Windshield Washers
Variable-Speed Hydraulic Windshield Wipers
Exhaust and Crankcase Emission Systems
Factory-Applied Undercoating
55-Ampere Alternator
Triple Horns
Energy-Absorbing Steering Column and Wheel*
Image: 1968 Lincoln Continental front marker and signal detailSide Marker Lights*
Turn Signals with Lane Changing Signal Feature
Energy-Absorbing Instrument Panel with Padding
Safety-Designed Window Regulator Knobs and Radio Push Buttons*
4-Way Emergency Flasher
Positive Door Lock Buttons
Back-Up Lights
Padded Windshield Pillars
Inside Day/Night Yield-Away Rearview Mirror
Self-Locking Folding Seats*
Energy-Absorbing Armrests and Safety-Designed Door Handles*
Power Booster Fan

*New standard feature for 1968