Photos from our Lincoln Club scrapbook
tours, travels and events
|In January, members dined at Diamond Jim's in Vancouver, Washington. Many enjoyed parking their 70s-era Lincoln Mark IVs and Mark Vs under the period sign with white chaser lights. Good food, too. The only things missing were platform shoes, bell bottoms and disco music. ||The February event was a Collector's Garage Tour in the Everett, Washington area. The photo shows our Lincolns in the driveway of Henry and Shirley Nilssons' home. Willyard's 1978 Lincoln Versailles is in the foreground. Carol Sherlock's red '96 Continental is on the right. |
|Lincolns are nose to nose at this Meet on Bainbridge Island, Washington. In the foreground is a 1950 Lincoln and black 1956 Mark II. Also visible are Marks IV, V and VI and a '48 Continental. In the background at left is a '37 Packard. ||During one of our tours, we visited a very impressive restoration shop in Post Falls, Idaho and saw this elegant 30s tulipwood-bodied Hispano Suiza boattailed roadster. The shop did a complete reconstruction of this classic car. |
|In June, we did a Sun Run, traveling from Cle Elum, Washington to Ellensburg. Here we are snaking our way up Blewitt Pass Highway on the way to a picnic lunch. ||Pete and Karen Dahlquist of Walla Walla have serveral Lincolns. Here's their stunning yellow 1946 Continental cabriolet at a LCOC National Meet in Santa Fe, NM. |
|Club treasurer Steve D'Ambrosia poses with his elegant black 1967 Lehmann Peterson limo at the 1997 LCOC National Meet held at the Inn at Eagle Crest in Redmond, Oregon in August.||Being webmaster for the Club doesn't pay money, but it does get Joe Sherlock's grandson, Connor, on this website - posing in front of his grandfather's 1956 Continental Mark II in May, 1998.|
More photos can be found here.
| 2007 Western National Meet Photos |
| February 2008 Meet Photos |
The Pacific Northwest Region of the Lincoln & Continental Owners Club welcomes everyone who enjoys and appreciates Lincolns - classic and new. Founded in 1954, our Lincoln and Continental Club is dedicated to enjoying, driving, maintaining and restoring our favorite marque of automobile. As a car club, we provide our automobile club members with social events, motoring tours, publications and information. The Lincoln Club is an Oregon non-profit corporation, presently operating as the Pacific Northwest Region of the Lincoln and Continental Owners Club. Membership is open to everyone who owns a Lincoln or Continental, or has an appreciation for these fine automobiles.