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Hello Again: the Last 90 Years - Now.Lincoln.com

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via Ninety Eight Regency @ Cheers&Gears
[video=youtube;VVvQicM7SRs]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VVvQicM7SRs[/video]
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1950 Lincoln exhibit at Chicago Autoshow facebook

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God I love the Lincoln brand. So much rich heritage that few can compare to.
I have no doubt they will take it to the next level when their brand reconstruction is complete.
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I may or may not be alone on this but I actually really like the styling of those early 90s Continental. Even though they were FWD they still LOOKED the part of a far more expensive car and could go head to head with Mercedes. What was interesting when I was very young I was still a total car nut and knew the Town Car was based on the Crown Vic but never knew the Conti was based on the Taurus till many years later. I think they did a wonderful job with platform sharing back then... Longer wheelbase, wider stance, many more amenities in the Conti vs Taurus, A V8 (later on at first they shared V6s), and the Conti had a far more advanced suspension.


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via Lincoln @ facebook, Happy Spring! page


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again via Lincoln @ facebook,
...a milestone from March 27, 1934:
The 1934 Lincoln Brunn had several different model configurations to choose from: touring, sedan, coupe, convertible, or limousine.
A cool 740 were produced.

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I'd really love to see more photos of this car - if anyone has the time to look for (modern?restored, color!) pix

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The 1950 and 1939 Presidential convertibles
July 3, 1950
Preparing for tomorrow, a blast from the past. The 1950 and 1939 Presidential convertibles get ready for a special occasion with President Truman. The open-top convertible was used as a parade car by Presidents Roosevelt and Truman through 1950.

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'nother
this time directly from Lincoln Motor Company @ facebook
"A favorite from our heritage archives; The 1950 Lincoln Presidential Convertible. Happy Independence Day."


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Edward M Fiore shared a photo to the group The Classic Lincoln and Continental Appreciation Society
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Scot Carr > ‎Coachbuilding & Concepts
Lincoln Styling study, c.1943.

for some reason this intrigues me
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