The one car of the '60s I'd most like to have. I got to sit in several when I was 12 or so, and owned a '65 Mercury with a similar interior.
Note the upper-class symbols: A "Private Road" sign; lots of real estate around the car and its driver, thus implying she does not live in a cookie-cutter suburb; and the Jackie Kennedy-style outfit on the woman (though Jackie was no longer First Lady when this ad appeared, we all know she continued to exert a powerful force on our social consciousness).
In the pilot for "The Man from U.N.C.L.E.," filmed in late 1963, Robert Vaughn's Napoleon Solo drives one of these in white or cream . . . and Vaughn himself bought a black cherry model with a car phone (!). He still has it today.
Bit O trivia-
That era Lincoln was still based on styling done by Elwood Engel before he moved from Ford to Chrysler (replacing Virgil Exner) in late '61, although they changed the detail styling every year. So for a while there, circa 62-66, Engel had versions of his designs in production at both Ford and Chrysler. Ever notice how similar a '65 Imperial looks to the Lincoln, apart from the suicide doors?
Engel was mostly known for simple rectangular lines like these, which is probably why Chrysler hired him from Ford... Exner's wild fins, "toilet seat" trunk lids, and other details were getting outright weird by 1961. But Engel was also the guy behind the "banana nose" '61-63 Thunderbirds:
and the Chrysler Turbine Car: