National Geographic : 1969 Nov
Announcing the first altogether new Lincoln Continental in nearly a decade. For 1970, America's most distinguished motorcar in troduces a new measure of room and luxury. The new Lincoln Continental is unusual among luxury cars; the rear seat is as roomy as the front seat. The ride is smoother and more substantial because the wheelbase is longer and the stance is wider. Power front disc brakes are standard. And you may wish to consider Sure-Track, the remarkable new computer-controlled anti-skid braking system. Flow-Thru, a new ventilation system, circulates fresh air through the car even with the windows closed. Yet for all its advances, Lincoln Continental retains the uniquely individual qualities that have always distinguished this car from all other luxury cars. For 1970, the altogether new Lincoln Continental is, as always, every inch a Continental.