National Geographic : 1970 Feb
The Continental Mark III What makes the Continental Mark III the most authoritatively styled, decisively individual motorcar of this generation? Everything about it is distinctive. The styling, the luxury, the performance and ride. Power front disc brakes are standard. So is Sure Track, the first computer-controlled anti-skid braking system. Standard, too, are the Michelin steel belted tires with unique radial ply design that gives substantially increased tread mileage. The engine, 460 cubic-inch V-8 in a great deep-breathing design, is unrivaled for its responsive power. The timepiece is more than a clock; it's a true chronometer by Cartier. Your Lincoln-Mercury dealer invites you to test-drive the Continental Mark III.