The late ’50s and early ’60s saw the American automobile blow up in size like Violet Beauregarde. Large and in charge was the name of the game, and a fourth-gen Lincoln Continental Convertible certainly followed suit. This particular 1964 Lincoln Continental Convertible is something else. A custom tungsten wrap gives it a subdued cool that’s only furthered courtesy of the glossy black trim. Then, of course, there’s the 20″ Mobsteel wheels, which are sure to steal attention everywhere you go. There’s a 430 cl big block V8 under the very large hood and a custom 2 1/2″ exhaust underneath. This insane convertible is up for auction at Mecum right now.