This Lincoln Continental convertible with the famous suicide doors is a timeless classic in style. The car’s elegant aura brings back memories and visions of the “Rat Pack” Frank Sinatra days of early Las Vegas Casinos; James Bond in Gold Finger, President Kennedy’s motorcade in Dallas, and the hip HBO Series called Entourage. One of the most striking features of the Continental was its physical size along with the fact it toted around nearly six thousand pounds of body weight! When the Lincoln engineers were examining the back seats that the styling department had made up, the engineers kept hitting the rear doors with their feet. Hinging the doors from the rear solved this problem and the “suicide” doors were to become the best-known feature of 1960s Lincolns. This triple black beauty comes close to the ground thanks to air suspension and it also furthers its prestigious looks with a set of “Roulette” wheels offered by DWS Forged. This ride is perfect to take on just about any cruise; from day picnics to a night on the town―thanks to the Continental DWS Tires Extreme Contact 22s it sits on. These beauties are designed to take you anyplace, anywhere, at anytime, for all seasons. Nothing like cruising in a Continental on Continentals to make you feel alive; try it sometime! Tech Specs Owner: Jerry Mojica Vehicle: 1963 Lincoln Continental Convertible. Wheels: UswForged.Com Roulette 22s. Air Ride: Ray’s Lay’ed Out Customs. Interior: California Upholstery. Chrome: Victor’s Best Polishing & Chrome. Tires: Continental Extreme Contact Dws 22s. By LRM Staff Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!