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1956 Continental Mark II Convertible

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jgreen000

Onyx. Size epicure. Prefer vintage 97 but no longer available it seems.

mr_51_vic_ss

I live my life in color.
Pat.

fyreline

My usual is a Partagas #1, along with a nice Caol Ila single-malt scotch on the rocks. You only live once . . . but if you do it right, once is enough.

jgreen000

fyreline, that's a fine looking cigar. Can almost taste it from here. Only get one or two a year depending on how the hunt goes.

mr_51_vic_ss

thanks for the info fyreline.
Pat.

fyreline

The Ford Motor Company had two Continental Mark II convertibles built - One by Derham, the other by Hess and Eisenhardt. Both cars still exist. There are other Mark II convertibles out there, but they were built later by their owners.

Packardfan

Absolutely gorgeous car. One of the best, ever.

Truly beautiful. I remember reading that one or two additional custom jobs were done much later from coupes.

srlobo

One was built for William Ford's wife as I recall.

mr_51_vic_ss

I don't think Ford built any. These two were made as custom cars.
Continental Mark II only came in the coupe model.

Very rare, I think they built only two