The spiritual successor to the mammoth 1958-60 Lincolns, cars which are finally getting the respect they so richly deserve. I enlarged the already large second-generation "slabside" Lincoln from 1966, giving it engine room perhaps for a revived, and mythical, V12. The roofline is of course, a revival of the Mark III, IV and V from '58-'60, but extended for even more leg-and head-room. I painted the wheelcovers with a touch of body color, and placed the car at a seaside marina—perfect for those ephemeral, very occasional-glimpses-if-you're-lucky of the Flying Dutchman. You'd be lucky to catch a glimpse of this Lincoln Berline as well.
Far, far, away, and much, much, in the future from the Berline at the top, is my Lincoln MKH, a four-door hybrid hatchback. Lincoln has showed a small concept car at shows recently, the C Concept, and there are rumors the esteemed marque will actually soon be selling a C-segment car based on the Ford Focus, a very highly-developed small car platform. I've hedged my bets by giving my chop European license plates!