Lincoln & Continental Comments

The Lincoln & Continental Owner’s Club publishes Lincoln & Continental Comments six times each year. Edited by nationally renowned automobile writer and enthusiast Tim Howley of California, the magazine contains technical and historical information, feature articles, and reports on club activities. Comments is profusely illustrated with photographs and drawings. Special coverage is provided for each of the three National Meets in full color with photos of major awards winning cars and their owners. The Continental Bulletin is now included with each issue of Lincoln & Continental Comments.

LCOC Annual Directory Issue

The Annual Directory lists members, their cars, National meet information with concours rules, trophy history and winners, the Club Constitution, Club By-Laws, Region information, and other important Club data. Available to LCOC Members Only. However, you may download sections of the current LCOC Directory

Authenticity Manuals

There are several Authenticity Manuals available and more are in production. They contain valuable information for the preservation and restoration of these fine cars, and are available for sale to members and non-members.

INDEX for Continental Comments

INDEX FOR CONTINENTAL COMMENTS: Lists articles, pictures, tech tips, etc. by year and model, making it easy to find specific items. In loose leaf format at $10.00 to LCOC members and $13.50 to non-members.

The Lincoln Continental Story From Zephyr to Mark II (Paperback)

The complete story of the original Lincoln Continental, as told over a period of 50 years in the pages of Continental Comments, the international publication of the Lincoln and Continental Owners Club. Loaded with insightful stories never before published outside of this award-winning magazine, The Lincoln Continental Story begins with the development of the Lincoln-Zephyr and its evolution into the original 1939–1940 Lincoln Continental, and indcludes quotes from people who originally designed the car. This book sets the record straight on one of the most famous and misunderstood classics in American history. This is “the best of Continental Comments” with the most authoritative articles ever written about the first Lincoln Continentals, and updated information for a complete story of this collectible car.

  • Paperback: 128 pages
  • Publisher: Iconografix, Inc.; 1st edition (December 5, 2005)
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 10.9 x 8.3 x 0.6 inches
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