Marilyn Manson’s custom 1969 Lincoln Continental

Marilyn Manson’s custom 1969 Lincoln Continental

This 1969 Custom Lincoln Continental belongs to famous musician Marilyn Manson. It was used in his famous song “Tainted Love” video clip. There’s quite a lot of buzz on the internet about this Lincoln, but not much info and even photos of it. Looks like it is now parked at Ford Motor museum.
It definitely has a custom air suspension, custom grille with “Goth Thing” license plates, custom steering wheel, etc. The most noticeable thing about all Continentals form 1965-1969 is their suicide doors that make this car quite popular among collectors. We are not sure, but probably this 69′ Lincoln Continental has a base 7.5 liter OHV V8 engine with carburetor fuel system and about 365 HP.

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