National Geographic : 1962 Feb
COUNT THE DOORS Four doors mean you walk into the rear seat com partment of a Lincoln Continental convertible in stead of climbing around the front seat. Please no tice, too, how the rear doors open-from the center -to provide you with a wider entrance. This is one of the reasons the Lincoln Continental may be called the only luxury convertible in America. On the Lincoln Continenta the convertible top sappeas beneath the rear deck without stealing a single inch of seating room. This, therefore, is the one convertible that has a rear seat large enough for three large passengers. Luxury is only one of many qualities you find in this great motorcar- others are: timeless, classic styling, and unsurpassed quality of manufacture. As a matter of fact, special gages and test equip ment had to be developed to meet the exacting quality standards. The result is America's finest automobile, the Lincoln Continental for 1952. It is your wisest investment in tomorrow, warranted for twice as long as any other American car (two full years or 24,000 miles).* LINCOLN CONTINENTAL Productofr c^ Motor Company Lincoln-Mercury Division Ford Motor Company warrants to its dealers, and its dealers, in turn, warrant to their Lincoln Continental customers as follows: That for 24 months or for 24,000 miles, whichever comes first, free replacement, including elated labor, will be made by dealers, of any part with a defect in workmanship or materials Tires are not covered by the warranty; appropriate adjustments will continue to be made by the tire companies. Owners will remain re sponsible for normal maintenance service and routine replacement of maintenance items such as filters, spark plugs, ignition points and wiper blades.