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PHOTO GALLERY: Automodello Lincoln Continental Mark III

The official release date of the 1:43 Automodello 1970-71 Lincoln Continental Mark III was back in December 2019.  The Silver with Black roof and Red interior was state of the art for the period.  Opulence is the narrative here.  If you were keen on ownership the Jones would be envious!  Each piece issued by Automodello is accompanied by a plastic base and clear cover for protection.

As for the model, it is executed in typical Automodello fashin with the utmost attention to the smallest details.  The exterior paint is solid and the chrome work with multiple photo-etched parts provides the ingredients season collectors look for.  See the assortment of images to view for yourself.  The Red interior is smashing against the contrasting Silver and Black exterior. This Standard Edition release is limited to only 143 pieces, get one now while available HERE.  Free worldwide shipping is included too for ordering exceeding $149 US.  Enjoy the pics!

 

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7 Responses to "PHOTO GALLERY: Automodello Lincoln Continental Mark III"

  1. Ilka says:

    I wish someone made Lincoln or Chrysler or something else from Malaise era with those light covers operating, like on Ertl Authentics 1968-71 Chargers. Highly unlikely to happen now, since everyone moved to resin almost completely.

  2. flathead says:

    They present this with all the windows rolled down, so the curved side glass problem endemic on resin car models is avoided. Probably, not a single one of these was ordered w/o AC, and the side windows probably never rolled down by owners.

    • DS Team says:

      The driver side is in the down position, the passenger side is not. Not speaking on Automodello’s thought process but we think the down position was to help the collector see the interior details, which for 1:43 scale viewing through closed glass does become a challenge at times.

      “Probably, not a single one of these was ordered w/o AC, and the side windows probably never rolled down by owners.”

      LOL, definitely!

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