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1961 Lincoln Continental
Standard Equipment

The satisfaction of ownership was a standard feature

Image: 1961 Lincoln Continental Sedan

Above: 1961 Lincoln Continental Sedan. Everything you see is standard, including the white sidewall tires. It was the most completely equipped American luxury car at the time.


430 CID 2V V-8 Engine (300 Horsepower)
Twin-Range Turbo-Drive Automatic Transmission
Power Steering
Power Brakes
Automatic Choke
Dual Exhausts
Hydraulic Windshield Wipers
Electrical Windshield Washer
Power Windows
Power-Operated Door Lock System
Heater and Defroster
Electric Clock
Cigarette Lighters
Courtesy Lights
Transistorized AM Radio with Rear Speaker (Rear Speaker on Sedan only)
Parking Brake Warning Light


Contour Zoned Foam Rubber Seats
Nylon Net Cloth with Matching Metallic Leather Bolsters in 8 colors
Wool Broadcloth in 3 colors
Metallic-Finish Leather Upholstery in 8 colors (standard on Convertible model only)
Folding Center Armrests
Loop Pile Carpeting
Lined Luggage Compartment
Walnut Instrument Panel and Door Trim Panel Appliques or Leather Grained Vinyl Instrument Panel Inserts with Brushed Aluminum Door Panel Inserts
Full Wheel Covers
White Sidewall Tires
Hood Ornament
Fully Automatic Convertible Top (Convertible model only)
Power-Operated Deck Lid (Convertible model only)
Automatic Retracting Rear Door Windows (Convertible only)
Counterbalanced Center-Opening Doors
Three-Spoke Safety-Type Steering Wheel