The Lincoln Continental Mark III was a personal luxury car of the Lincoln Mark series, produced by Ford Motor Company under the Lincoln brand and sold in North America in the 1969 through 1971 model years.
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... France, excluding the island of Corsica, is sometimes referred to as "continental France" (French la France continentale), or just "the Continent" (French le continent) ... In Corsica, people from the continental part of Metropolitan France are referred to as "Continentals" (French les continentaux) ... A casual synonym for the continental part of Metropolitan France is l'Hexagone ("the Hexagon"), for its approximate shape, and the adjective hexagonal may be a casual synonym of French (us ...
1971 saw the Golden Anniversary for the Lincoln marque, and the third and final year of Mark III production ... Motor Trend (July, 1971) again gave the Continental Mark III the nod by a wider margin than 1970 despite the Lincoln being basically a warmed over 1968 model while the Cadillac was all-new from the ground up ... M/T noted that the Mark III's leather interior was far more luxurious and better detailed than the test Eldorado's nylon cloth and the Continental's real wood dash trim was far ...
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... The Continental Navy xebec, Champion, commanded by Captain James Josiah, served in the Delaware River in a force composed of ships of the Continental and Pennsylvania State Navy ... The Pennsylvania State galleys succeeded but the Continental fleet, including Champion was burned by its own officers on 21 November 1777, when tide and winds turned against them ...
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