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    What are your thoughts on this pretty much blacked out Continental?

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    Looks okay I guess, but I prefer the original look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slick Fan View Post
    Looks okay I guess, but I prefer the original look.
    As Slick Fan wrote; not a style that I would buy.

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    I usually don't like blacked out cars, but this looks really good. That said, it's still not something I would buy.
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    The car would be acceptable if and only if it had the needed features to back up the good looks. It should have red calipers and an engine with HP of at least 500 to 650. If it has the look then it needs the back-up. I may consider it then. Maybe Lincoln could use one like this to get younger owners and boost sales!
    Upon looking at the car further it has a more aggressive look. Hard to believe all the chrome and shiny adds the look of luxury.

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    I'm old school. A blacked out car looks unfinished to me.

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    It reminds me of the Lincoln Mark VIII LSC of years ago. The black version looked pretty much just like this...
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    Back in the old days, the saying was "If it don't go, chrome it".
    I guess this one must go. ��

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    Second thoughts...... I was talking about this car with my husband and we both have seen cars that are blacked out. Cadillac had one model that we saw as a used car. Since we live in PA , we always refer to these as Mennonite cars. Since certain Mennonite sects can drive cars , they were not allowed to take any pride in the vehicle. So all chrome had to be blacked out. So a car like that ( blacked out ) would not be a car with any pride or a good look. So it should just fade into the background. We still see some Mennonite cars in the area. Could you imagine a Mennonite family in this car?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sal Collaziano View Post
    It reminds me of the Lincoln Mark VIII LSC of years ago. The black version looked pretty much just like this...
    True...and I didn't care for those cars either, all blacked out.
    Regarding the above Continental, I think I'd have to put big chrome wheels on it at least, to make it mildly appealing to me. I've just never been a fan of all black wheels on most anything.

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