Already a millionaire at the age of 21, a youthful looking Elvis Presley poses with Miami Lincoln Mercury dealer Lade Conlee and his new Continental Mark II during the summer of 1956.   Elvis’ lavender Lincoln was covered with love notes written in lipstick by fans. He turned it in for a new car, the new car was valued $10,000.00 and provided a nice addition to his three remaining Cadillacs at home in Memphis.

Already a millionaire at the age of 21, a youthful looking Elvis Presley poses with Miami Lincoln Mercury dealer Lade Conlee and his new Continental Mark II during the summer of 1956. Elvis’ lavender Lincoln was covered with love notes written in lipstick by fans. He turned it in for a new car, the new car was valued $10,000.00 and provided a nice addition to his three remaining Cadillacs at home in Memphis.

In addition to the jacket and pants, Elvis also had to replace his new Lavender Lincoln while in Miami. Brian Petersen in "The Atomic Powered Singer" wrote, his fans got to his brand new Lincoln Premiere and wrote endearing notes all over the car. Elvis turned the car in for an all white Continental Mark II at the local Lincoln Mercury dealer....- "Were Presley's Joints Jumpin? Bah!" By Jack E. Anderson, Herald Radio-TV Editor, Miami Herald, Aug. 4, 1956

August 1956 - Elvis' car with Messages in lipstick from his female fans - Olympia Theatre - Miami, FL - TCB⚡with TLC⚡

Vintage Double Sided Lincoln Mercury Ford Dealer Neon Sign Not Porcelain Gas Oil  | eBay

Vintage Double Sided Lincoln Mercury Ford Dealer Neon Sign Not Porcelain Gas Oil

Vintage Double Sided Lincoln Mercury Ford Dealer Neon Sign Not Porcelain Gas Oil | eBay

The Ford Mach 2 was design by Larry Shinoda in 1970 as a challenger to the Corvette. It did not however meet production. The car was based on a De Tomaso Pantera chassis and engine. The Mach II project was abandonned when Ford teamed up with De Tomaso to sell the Pantera in the US through there Lincoln-Mercury dealer network, which was cheaper than developing this car.

The Ford Mach 2 was design by Larry Shinoda in 1970 as a challenger to the Corvette. It did not however meet production. The car was based on a De Tomaso Pantera chassis and engine. The Mach II project was abandonned when Ford teamed up with De Tomaso to sell the Pantera in the US through there Lincoln-Mercury dealer network, which was cheaper than developing this car.

Lincoln Versailles. Basically, this was an upscale Granada, but quite a bit more expensive.

The Lincoln Versailles - a small Luxury Lincoln built on the Ford Fairmont chassis, everyone wanted one. left on the lot of their local Lincoln-Mercury Dealer.

1957 Mercury Turnpike Cruiser

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