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1948 Lincoln Continental Convertible Cabriolet [876H-56]

1948 Lincoln Continental [876H-56] in The Long Goodbye, Movie, 1973 IMDB

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: US

1948 Lincoln Continental Convertible Cabriolet [876H-56]

[*][*][*][*] Vehicle used a lot by a main character or for a long time

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mozinor FR

2005-08-05 14:18


c'est la caisse du detective privé " Philip Marlowe "

MrCadillac SX

2005-08-05 14:51


Cabriolet Lincoln "Continental" année 1948 ?

gresem DE

2005-08-05 15:29


Yes, Continental from 1948. There is a model kit from Lindberg:
Link to "www.mrmodels.co.nz"

Kay DE

2009-11-15 19:39


According to Jansen and Schütte in their book, "Robert Altman", the car in question is a 1949 Lincoln and it is owned by Elliott Gould.

-- Last edit: 2009-11-15 19:48:33

Commander 57 US

2009-11-15 21:39


Well, that is an incorrect idenfitication.
Either a '47 or '48 per body style and hood ornament.

Raul1983 FI

2010-05-27 18:01


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unclehotrod13 US

2015-07-28 03:03


Yes 47 48 even 46 looks close .. not 49. I own a few.. also a 1940.. google or you tube. unclehotrod13 And check out some stuff...probably dident have the V12 engine.. they were fussy.. but once you got them right they were good!

chicomarx BE

2017-10-25 18:37


Commander 57 wrote Well, that is an incorrect idenfitication.
Either a '47 or '48 per body style and hood ornament.

1948 it is.

Quote - In The Long Goodbye, Marlowe sort of anachronistically drives around in this ‘40s Lincoln.
- It was a 1948 Lincoln Continental, which I had bought.
- Really?
- It was my car. I wouldn’t have used that car. Bob wanted to use it. I didn’t even charge him for it. But that was Marlowe absolutely: a stranger in a strange land. A guy out of time and place.


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