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
John and Jeanne Talbourdet started their LCOC experience with a good ’66 4-door convertible, making many friends along the way, but lusted after the 1940 and 1941 Continental. After years of searching and dreaming, in 2005 they purchased Walter & Carol Webb’s 1941...read more
Countdown to the Eastern National Meet
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.
Kumar Galhotra, Ford Motor Company vice president and president, Lincoln, was the guest speaker on August 8 for Lincoln aficionados attending a dinner at the Dearborn Country Club as part of the Fourth Annual Lincoln Homecoming events preceding the Grand National Meet...
The 2017 Homecoming recognized the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Lincoln Motor Company, which was created in 1917 to build Liberty V12 motors for the Allied Forces during World War One. (The company was re-incorporated in 1920 to build motor cars.) This was...
Prior to the Grand National Meet in Hickory Corners, dedicated LCOC members gathered in Dearborn, Michigan to soak up more nostalgia. Organized as a pre-meet trip by meet organizers, this was an opportunity to visit both historic and contemporary sites in car...
Lincoln Motor Car Heritage Museum
It has gone from dream, to construction, and now it’s a reality. After years in the making, the Lincoln Motor Car Heritage Museum opened its doors to the public on August 9, 2014. The 15,000 sq. ft. facility is on the grounds of the Gilmore Car Museum in Hickory Hills, Michigan. The three day dedication event brought together a rare broad array of Lincolns from LCOC, LZOC, LOC and Mexican Road Racers. This event was facilitated by the Michigan Region, led by Director Dennis Garrett, with assistance from the LZOC, for the Lincoln Foundation.