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1968 Lincoln Continental
Optional Equipment

Luxury options for first class motoring

Interior Luxury Options
Tilt Steering Wheel ($66.95)
Manual Control Air Conditioner ($503.90)
Automatic Temperature Control System ($523.55)
AM Radio with Dual Rear Speakers and Power Antenna ($161.27)
AM/FM Signal-Seeking Radio with Dual Rear Speakers and Power Antenna ($244.54)
AM Radio/Stereo-Sonic Tape System with Four Speakers and Power Antenna ($244.54)
Stereo Multiplex Adapter for AM/FM Radio* (Dealer Installed) ($130.10)
Stereo-Sonic Tape System, Independent ($130.58)
Power Door Locks ($47.45 Coupé; $68.50 Sedan)
Automatic Headlamp Dimmer ($50.05)
Speed Control ($94.77)
Six-Way Power Seat ($83.28)
Individually Adjustable Contour Front Seats with Reclining Passenger's Seat and Console, with Six-Way Power Driver's Seat, and Two-Way Power Passenger's Seat ($334.46)
Reclining Passenger's Seat for Bench Seat (Includes Six-Way Power Seat) ($142.28)
Power Vent Windows ($71.64)
Deluxe Rear Seat Shoulder Belts ($32.00)
Rear Window Defogger with Environmental Control* ($42.50)
Manually Adjustable Front Headrests* ($52.50)
Remote Control Deck Lid Release ($40.70)
Leather with Vinyl Trim (choice of two styles) ($137.26)

Exterior Luxury Options
Tinted Glass ($52.53)
Vinyl-Covered Heritage Roof ($136.85)
White Sidewall Tires
Flared Wheel Plates*
Dual-Chamber Goodyear White Sidewall Tires* ($196.80)
Automatic Ride Leveler* ($97.15)
Directed Power Differential
Remote Control Right Hand Outside Mirror* ($13.15)
Spare Tire Cover ($10.95)
Appearance Protection Group (Researching price)
Door Edge Guard ($4.00 Coupé; $4.00 Sedan—included in Appearance Protection Group)

*New option for 1968

Note: Where prices aren't included, AM is researching and will update that information when it becomes available.

Image: 1968 Lincoln Continental Coupe

1968 Lincoln Continental Coupé at left with new, more formal roof line. It is finished in Huron Blue Metallic paint.

Options shown:

Black Heritage Roof
Flared Wheel Plates
White Sidewall Tires
Parchment Leather with Vinyl Trim

The Flared Wheel Plates are a new option for 1968, the first time we could determine a dress up wheel cover option had been offered on a Lincoln.