1972 Lincoln Continental by Andy Hotton coachbuilders. The car is owned by Eric Lauer of Athens, Georgia. Originally purchased in 1972 this Lincoln Continental was customized (a two foot stretch -- most of that being added at the rear doors, making them extra long) the following year for a Pennsylvania funeral home director who apparently had a matching hearse made as well. Several things make this car one-of-a-kind. Hotton added opera windows (the oval windows) on the c-pillars, the limousine-style rear window, a "Continental hump" on the trunk, the classic Andy Hotton grille, and a 1973 bumper which currently accomodates amber fog lamps. The fender skirts were also removed to make the rear wheel openings match the front. The car is technically considered an 8-passenger formal sedan although the jump seats, while not a full bench, it can accomodate three people. The car had only 36,000 original miles when Eric purchased it.