From the we’re not fooling department comes this 1971 Lincoln Continental Mark III. This embodiment of American luxury and style was purchased at a Goodguys car corral for the princely sum of 500 dollars by one Brad Walker. “For 500 bucks, it’s got some good bones”, said a smiling Brad out on the lawn. While the sled came stock with a 460 cubic inch V-8, Brad just happens to already have a 429 Ford Cobra jet engine out in his garage that might soon have a new home. 1971 was the last year for the big Mark III, which sent 365 horsepower through the three-speed automatic trans. We also solved a mystery for which fellow FoMoCo driver Steve McGarrett already knew the answer to. The War of the Worlds looking sensor located to port of the mighty Continental bridge is the AutoLamp, which senses oncoming headlamps, and automatically adjusts the Lincoln’s lamps accordingly. We were hoping that the Lincoln automatically charged and fired its laser if the other driver didn’t drop their high beams, but this would have likely been too expensive an option for 1971.