For many years Lincoln has been battling against its arch General Motors rival, Cadillac. Lincoln, like Cadillac, has always been viewed as the top American car, the choice of Presidents and Millionaires. Ford brought Lincoln back in 1922, an excellent way for Ford to begin its journey towards offering more than just mass-market cars.
Landmark models from Lincoln have included the elegant V12 Zephyr of 1936 and the sumptuous Continental line of two and four-door cars. Today the company is part of the Ford Premium Automotive Group along with Jaguar, Land Rover, Volvo and Aston Martin and continues to develop its range of cars and luxury 4x4 models.
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More than 200 cars and 50 motorcycles from the famous Den Hartogh Museum in The Netherlands are to be sold by Bonhams in June – and all at no reserve
For sale! The largest collection of Fords in the world
First six collector items will cost £6000 each, with proceeds helping fund National Motor Museum Trust’s bid to restore GP chassis number one
BRM V16 engine timepieces will fund car’s restoration
Historic racing car will be started up at Beaulieu Spring Autojumble after complex engine restoration; be there to witness it!
1950 BRM V16 to fire into life once again
Huge Perpetual Trophy and $10,000 in prize money go to Dave Martin’s ’31 Ford, in 69th edition of world-renowned Pomona hot rod contest
1931 Ford named America’s Most Beautiful Roadster
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AWESOME SUICIDE DOOR LINCOLN, BIG BLOCK 460CI, POWER WINDOWS & MUCH MORE! The Lincoln Continental has always been a flagship car for those who wanted the best in rolling luxury. It has been the car of choice for Kings, Queens, movie stars and Presidents. This one was the car of choice for an owner that built a new garage for it every time he moved to a new house. It is a bit of a time capsule car,
LOADED W/LUXURY, 72K MILE, 4.6L DOHC, AUTO, GREAT OPTIONS, LIFELONG SOUTHERN LSC. If you go into a Lincoln store today, you`d be forgiven for not quite knowing where you were. Ford`s luxury division seems to have forgotten the cars that made Lincoln great, and there`s just no excuse for not having a Mark personal luxury coupe on the showroom floor. The Mark VIII was the last of the breed, and fort
460 V8, 3-SPD AUTO, PB, SLICK PAINT, POWER WINDOWS, RARE CONVERTBLE 40`S CRUISER. The first ever Lincoln Continental was an exercise in making the best for a select few, and 1948 was its final year. So to find a fantastically presented version with some subtle upgrades to make it an even bigger standout and better driver makes this one truly a rare treat. Edsel Ford brought style to his father`s c