Lincoln club

Pacific Northwest Region
Lincoln & Continental Owners Club

dedicated to enjoying and driving our favorite make of automobile

Photos from our Lincoln Club scrapbook
tours, travels and events
In September, members traveled to Sequim, Washington on the Olympic Penninsula. Here they stop for a garage tour. In the foreground is a 1955 Packard 400 coupe. In the shadows is a 1947 Packard Clipper sedan.
The Vintage Motor Car Club of America was having their meet in Sequim at the same time as ours. Here's a handsome 1939 Chrysler Imperial sedan. Willyard's 1965 Lincoln convertible can be seen in the background.
Sherlock's 1996 Continental leads a pack of Lincolns to a view spot near the Strait of Juan de Fuca on the Olympic Penninsula in September.
Our October Meet and Tour included a stop at the Maryhill Museum Car Show in eastern Washington along the Columbia Gorge.
Willyard's 1959 Continental Mark IV prepares to leave the parking lot during the October tour. Horn's 1979 Town Car is on the left. Wood's two 1954 Lincolns flank a 1961 Chrysler New Yorker convertible at Maryhill's Stonehenge during the October Meet.

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.