Designing the Continental Mark VII

Above Image:  The Concept 100 Show Car was very close to the Mark VII but lacked any evidence of a centerpost. Designing the Continental Mark VII by Tim Howley Originally published in the July-August 2001 issue of Continental Comments (Issue # 241).The Mark VII...

An Interview with Gordy Jensen on ’60s Lincoln Continentals

An Interview with Gordy Jensen on '60s Lincoln Continentals by Tim Howley and Doug Mattix Originally published in the May-June 2001 issue of Continental Comments (Issue # 240).In June, 2000 Tim Howley and Doug Mattix visited Gordy Jensen at his home in Bloomington,...

Some Awards You’d Rather Now Win

Above Photo:  Kurt's '63 in tow at the Little Czech Bakery Some Award's You'd Rather Not Win by Kurt Wetterling, Arlington, Texas Originally published in the March-April 2001 issue of Continental Comments (Issue # 239).Reprinted from the Continental Gazette,...

Lincoln Continental – The Lost Years

Above Photo:  A proposed 1949 Lincoln Continental Convertible. Photo courtesy National Automotive History Collection, Detroit Public Library Lincoln Continental - The Lost Years by Jim Farrell Originally published in the November-December 1996 issue of...

FLASHBACK

Flashback features selected articles from past issues of Lincoln & Continental Comments magazine.  Click here to read more!

Upcoming Lincoln & Continental Owner Club Events

The LCOC presents three national meets each year-Eastern, Mid-America, and Western. One of the the twenty-two Regions of the LCOC hosts each National Meet. These extended weekend events are filled with activities, a full Concours, awards banquet, and good fellowship. Not just a meeting of the finest Lincolns and Continentals, but a meeting of friends and a members for fellowship, and to share common interests.

New LCOC Member Benefit

Members of the Lincoln & Continental Owners Club (LCOC) can now receive discounted bidder registrations, giving the bidder and a guest access to each auction day.  Log into the LCOC Member Area for more information about this benefit and to register!

About the Lincoln & Continental Owners Club (LCOC)

The Lincoln and Continental Owners Club was formed in 1953 by Dr. Elliston Bell. The first National meet was held in Dearborn, Michigan, on October 16, 1954, with 151 Continentals participating. These included 1940 through 1948 Continentals only. The following year, there were two National Meets; an Eastern Meet was held in Bedford Spring, Pennsylvania, and a Western Meet was held in Santa Barbara, California.

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LCOC is the oldest and only club for all Lincoln enthusiasts. LCOC membership give you the combined knowledge and enthusiasm of over 2,500 fellow members, and inside track for buying and selling your Lincolns, and much more!!

Story of the Month

Connie Goes to Palm Springs

Connie Goes to Palm Springs

Connie Goes to Palm Springs by Richard GierakSome triumphs take a quite a while to happen.  For my wife Shirley and me, showing our '57 Lincoln Premiere, known as "Connie,” in May at the LCOC Western Region National Meet in Palm Springs was the culmination of a...

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Recent Events

Day 4 Highlights of the 2022 LCOC Western National Meet

Day 4 Highlights of the 2022 LCOC Western National Meet

Written by Elayne Bendel Reproduced with permissionThe 2022 Western National Meet is now history but coming as it did in the “playground of the stars” it did not lack for drama. The spectacular scenery and setting at the DoubleTree Hotel and Desert Princess Country...

Day 3 Highlights of the 2022 LCOC Western National Meet

Day 3 Highlights of the 2022 LCOC Western National Meet

Written by Elayne Bendel Reproduced with permissionFriday’s daytime agenda focused on two local landmoarks—the fabulous Sunnylands Estate in Rancho Mirage and the famous Shields Date Garden in Indio.Sunnylands was first. This gorgeous 200-acre property was once the...

Day 2 Highlights of the 2022 LCOC Western National Meet

Day 2 Highlights of the 2022 LCOC Western National Meet

Written by Elayne Bendel Reproduced with permissionDay 2 of our very busy weekend began with a driving tour of mostly undeveloped desert landscapes along scenic Highway 62. On a sizzling day with temperatures approaching 100 degrees we chugalugged up a long grade to...

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