Stainless Steel 1966 Lincoln Continental ConvertibleConvertible66 Lincoln Continental features a body made of stainless steel. It was created in a joint promotional venture between Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corporation and the Ford Motor Company. Three stainless steel Continentals were built; two for Allegheny and one for Ford. This is one of the Allegheny cars.
The same two companies also created promotional cars with the stainless steel bodies in 1936, building six 1936 Ford DeLuxes and in 1960 they built 2 Ford Thunderbirds.
Model: Model 86 Continental Four-Door Convertible
Original Factory price: Prototype - not sold commercially
Displacement: 462 cid
Bore and Stroke: 4 3/8" x 3 3/16"
Wheelbase: 126 inches
Manufacture: Lincoln-Mercury Division, Ford Motor Company