Here are some photos of my 1967 Lincoln Continental 4-door sedan (also known as a "slab side Lincoln" or "suicide Lincoln") finished in rich Pitcairn Blue metallic (paint code: K) with the original black embassy vinyl top. The blue leather is original and nearly perfect with next to no observable wear, despite the fact that the car has 101,000 miles. The massive 462ci V8 engine looks nearly new and has remarkable power! It has been exceptionally well cared for. This car has quite a few options including power windows (as well as power vent/wing windows), vacuum door locks, pwr. seat with the rare passenger side extendable headrest and recliner. It has the optional automatic climate control with original R12 refrigerant that works great - no leaks and blows nice and cold at the lower temp range and automatically switches to warm air as the baffles direct the airflow to the floor as you rotate the temperature dial to the warm end of the temperature range. It has cruise control, tilt steering wheel, power remote trunk lid release, and the optional AM radio/stereosonic tape player (8-track) with a power antenna. I bought an old 8-track tape and put it in the radio - it worked beautifully and you can skip through the tracks by depressing the left knob. Too cool! The windshield wipers are vacuum controlled and work flawlessly. The vacuum door locks still operate even after leaving the car sitting for more than a week. Even the clock works!Amazingly, there are no cracks in the padded dash and even the radio speaker grille is not cracked! The brushed aluminum finish on the dash board is nearly flawless. There is NO rust anywhere and the carpets show almost no wear. It's very hard to believe that the car has 101,000 miles because it's so close to showroom condition. The previous owner(s) REALLY took care of it. I got lucky with this car. It is stupid nice and I absolutely LOVE it! Production figures for 1967 CONTINENTAL 2DR COUPE (CODE 65A) - 11,060 UNITSCONTINENTAL 4DR SEDAN (CODE 53A) - 32,331 UNITSCONTINENTAL 4DR CONVERTIBLE (CODE 74A) - 2,276 UNITSTOTAL LINCOLNS FOR 1967: 45,667 UNITS. I got a Marti Report for my car and the "Statistics" for my car is pretty cool. It compares the features of my car to the total production for 1967.