Woman Recreates 1979 Lincoln Continental Mk. V From Cardboard

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Shannon Goff is a Detroit, Michigan native and artist whose work, currently on-display at the Susan Hilberry Gallery until November 14th includes an astonishingly detailed recreation of a Motor City icon: a Collector’s Series 1979 Lincoln Continental Mk. V sculpted entirely of cardboard.

Website Designboom reports that the full-scale Lincoln Continental replica was created out of a place of “personal preoccupation.” Her grandfather purchased a car of the very same make and model when she was just 5 years old, and she remembers it fondly, saying that “the Mark V’s smooth ride conjured up the sensation of floating on a cloud.”

Ms. Goff’s Lincoln Continental piece is titled “Miles to Empty,” and is fully detailed both inside and out with hand-folded cardboard components like the two-spoke steering wheel, gear-selector stalk, instrument panel, etc. To see it outside of any context, one might imagine that they’d awoken within some sort of bleached parallel universe where everything is shining white.

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Check out the gallery below, photos courtesy of Ms. Shannon Goff, to explore this stunningly faithful recreation of the 1979 Lincoln Continental Mk. V for yourself.

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Written by Aaron Brzozowski

Aaron Brzozowski is a writer and motoring enthusiast from Detroit with an affinity for '80s German steel. He is not active on the Twitter these days, but you may send him a courier pigeon.

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