Fireball LINCOLN CONTINENTAL SKETCH is a Latin Masterpiece

In Latin Car Culture, classic cars like the 1967 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL holds a revered status, with each vintage model carrying a rich history and a unique story. They stand out as an icon of luxury and elegance, capturing the imagination of enthusiasts across generations.

Today, Fireball introduces a Latin Masterpiece as a Custodian of Cool. This ’67 CONTY come in two NEW fantastic sized Canvas Prints. Hit it!

Designed by the visionary Elwood Engel, the 1967 Lincoln Continental was more than just a mode of transportation; it was a symbol of opulence and craftsmanship. Engel, who previously worked with Ford, set out to create the epitome of luxury cars, aspiring to craft rolling art that would transcend mere functionality. With its sleek lines, distinctive grille, and spacious interior, the 1967 Lincoln Continental exuded sophistication and refinement, embodying Engel’s vision of automotive excellence. It was Biiiiiig….

In Latin car culture, these classic cars have become cherished heirlooms, passed down from one generation to the next with great pride and reverence. Owners invest not only in their preservation but also in the preservation of a piece of cultural heritage. The 1967 Lincoln Continental, in particular, holds a special place in the hearts of enthusiasts, serving as a symbol of status and prestige.

Beyond its aesthetic appeal, the 1967 Lincoln Continental represents a bygone era of automotive design, where attention to detail and handcrafted elegance were paramount. Its enduring allure speaks to the timeless appeal of classic cars in Latin car culture, where each vehicle tells a story of craftsmanship, passion, and heritage. As these vintage models continue to captivate enthusiasts, they remain cherished symbols of automotive excellence and cultural identity. WATCH THE EPISODE, FOLKS!

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1958 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL MARK III – FIREBALL MALIBU VLOG 978 – Since the world has shut down, Fireball and Kathie discover 6 things to do to make live worth living. One of them is a 1958 Lincoln Continental Mark III. Fireball Abigale is featured!

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Concept of the Day… LINCOLN SLIPSTREAM

Done for a LINCOLN PROJECT many years ago, this sleekster was as fast and agile as an X-Wing. Or so I thought…

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Ride of the Week: A Mid-Century Modern Tour in a ’61 LINCOLN…

Sometimes, I can’t believe my life.

It seems like it just gets cooler and cooler every day and this experience I recently had would be a difficult one to better. But, as I live here in the ’Bu and anything is possible, I’m sure things will grow.

But the other day, I joined my friends Paul Grisanti (a Realtor here in Malibu) and David Neel from the Murphy Auto Museum in Oxnard to cruise through Malibu in this 1961 Lincoln Continental. Why? Well, I’m glad you asked. As we all love homes and architecture, Neel proposed that we go look at some cool mid-century modern homes in a mid-century classic. The look on the other Realtors’ faces were priceless.

All of them wanted the car to stay put and/or figure out a way for the home to be sold and include the vehicle. But, alas, we were only there to Vlog, look at the houses and get some really great shots of the car in the driveway. As we were driving though, I began to think about what life must have been like back then for a family who lived in one of those homes, and drove this car new. And if they could see us now, what might they think, I wondered.

Further, that made me wonder what people in 2069 might be driving and if they might be doing the same thing. Or would they be driving at all?

What exactly would a 2019 home look like to them? What would be considered cool?

As Grisanti cruised us through the neighborhoods, the countless thumbs up, stares and smiles peppered the experience with joy for me. We even had Neel’s little boy Max, who seemed to have a permanent perpetual smile on board. It was ridiculous how much fun we were having.

1961 was an interesting year. But having been born in ’65, I didn’t really get to experience it. I knew the Lincoln was never built to drive fast, but to cruise smoothly. I only wish we’d driven it more.

But, considering that the Murphy Museum has over 130 cars, we’ll be cruising many more times. If you see us, be sure to wave.

There are many ways to get around this town, but most people miss the opportunity to make the journey itself worthwhile. Sure, you leave your home with the intention to get somewhere, but as many of us leave late or anticipate traffic, we rush and can miss all the beauty this town has to offer.

So, my suggestion is and has always been to leave a bit early and fill your senses with automotive joy as you pass the azure sky, deep, big blue and lush green hills of Malibu.

Take a breather from the life journey, get out and soak up the sun. Convertibles work well, but so does just getting out of the car for 30 seconds and being present. Thanks to Grisanti and Neel, we all got to do exactly that in a ’61 Continental.

What will be next? I’m not sure, but it’ll be cool.

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$10M IN MALIBU MANSIONS AND ONE COOL 1961 LINCOLN – FIREBALL MALIBU VLOG 823 – Funny Part 2 of Malibu Homes with Paul Grisanti ( and David Neel ( Plus, one cool 1961 Lincoln Continental.

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MALIBU HOME TOUR FROM A 1961 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL – FIREBALL MALIBU VLOG 822 – Fireball joins Paul Grisanti ( and David Neel from the Murphy Auto Museum for a Luxury Malibu Home Tour from a gorgeous 1961 Lincoln Continental Convertible.

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