Happy Fourth of July, dear readers. Befitting of the occasion and in a rare Lee Greenwoodesque moment, the Gentleman Motorist recommends the Lincoln Continental Convertible. Courtesy of Robin Thicke, T.I., and Pharrell, blurred lines are all the rage today. But clean lines are what make this sedan sexy. The long and low Lincoln is simple and elegant. A convertible sedan with bi-polar doors, this classic ride was made for cruising with a complementary cadre. Note that this sedan was desirable long before HBO foisted the male equivalent of “Sex in the City” upon us. And the Gentleman Motorist discourages that association because the Lincoln Continental is more timeless and enduring than a bunch of bawdy bros (Turtle, really?!?!). Besides, no one can out “bro” Frank, Dino, and Sammy in this automobile. Expansive and open, the Lincoln Continental Convertible is a product by, for, and about America from a period when speed wasn’t everything in motoring. For that reason, the Gentleman Motorist recommends a scenic drive in the Lincoln Continental Convertible this holiday weekend. There is no automobile better suited for the task.
 Two of the four doors are suicide doors.
 Note that the Gentleman Motorist does not recommend this automobile for the Commander In Chief … or the Pope.
 The show is called “Entourage” and is only slightly more palatable than “Sex in the City.” But that is like saying that Fukushima is better than Chernobyl. Or that Chernobyl is better than “Girls.”
Photo(s) from Wikipedia.