Lincoln Continental Convertible is a sports class vehicle available in L.A. Noire. It is identifiable as of the 1946-48 series. It is almost identical in design to the '42 Lincoln Continental coupe also available in the game.
A dark red Lincoln Continental is featured the case "A Marriage Made in Heaven" identified as the car that hit Lester Pattison. William Shelton is identified as owning the expensive convertible, and tries to outrun detectives Phelps and Bekowsky with it.
It is possible to enter Shelton's Continental after successfully pursuing him. Shelton and his Continental appear again in the Arson Street Crime "Accident Prone," under similar circumstances to his involvement in "A Marriage Made in Heaven."
Oddly, this car is actually not a Lincoln Continental. Perhaps developer's oversight led to the mis-naming of the vehicle. Lincoln Continentals of the forties all had what was known as a "Continental Kit", which was a spare tire mounted on the rear of the car. This is what gave it the 'Continental' look and was inspired by early European sports cars that said invented the practice due to their lack of storage space.In L.A. Noire, this car is actually a simple '46 Lincoln Convertible, the successor to the Lincoln Zephyr of that model year.