Lincoln

Which of these 1960s luxury coupes deserves to be restored, preserved, or modified? – Jeff Koch @Hemmings

No wonder America’s luxury car companies did so well (and offered so much choice) in the ’60s. Far from the Sturm und Drang of the muscle car scene playing out on America’s streets, the complexity of a war being fought half… Read More ›

Lincoln limousines among Kennedy items in Bonhams presidential auction – Bob Golfen @ClassicCars.com

Two historically important Lincoln limousines that carried President John F. Kennedy – one of which he rode in on day that he was assassinated – will be offered during Bonhams’ live/online American Presidential Experience Auction in New York on October… Read More ›

A LANDMARK RETURNS TO THE ROAD – THE LINCOLN CONTINENTAL 80TH ANNIVERSARY COACH DOOR EDITION

https://youtu.be/zd6J6OQ18jw Crafted with expansive center-opening doors in homage to the 1939 original, entering the Lincoln Continental 80th Anniversary Coach Door Edition means going the way of presidents, royalty and superstars. It’s an extraordinary vehicle with an ownership experience to match.

A “CRATE” ENGINE WITH A DIFFERENCE – A ROUSH-BUILT LINCOLN-ZEPHYR V12 ENGINE – Ben Branch @Silodrome

Who’d have thought that Roush would have built a Lincoln Zephyr V12 Flathead? Well they did indeed and made a fine job of it too! The Lincoln-Zephyr V12 engine made its first appearance in the Lincoln-Zephyr models of 1936 with a capacity… Read More ›

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