The last American 4-door convertible, Lincoln Continental Convertibles were produced between 1961-1967 and came to be known as "Kennedy Lincolns" as they were often associated with our 35th President. The Lincolns were known for their clamshell doors, a.k.a. "suicide doors." This car has 3" whitewall tires.
Four-door convertible allows easy access, without the need to squeeze into the back seat of a coupe.
Car color is officially "Ford White," which really is more a beige/cream exterior. Appears white in photos. Interior is black. Top is the same "Ford White" color. The entire convertible top/trunk mechanisms are all fully functional.
No smoking. Vehicle isn't, and wasn't equipped with seat belts as part of its original equipment, and is therefore exempt from seat belt laws.
This webisode was filmed with the Continental in 2018. See the car in action here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TFkKQdfqCpI