Pick of the Day is a former presidential limousine Harry Truman’s 1950 Lincoln Limo The White House ordered up nine specially built 1950 Lincoln limousines and one of them, a 7-passenger Cosmopolitan with coachwork by Henney, is being offered for sale by… Read More ›
Vintage Lincoln/Ford Dealer’s Transmission Workbench/tool storage cabinet. All steel. From Lumpkin Ford dealership, Waynoka, OK. 11’6” long x 5′ tall x 2′ 2” deep. I’ve had it about 38 years. All original. It’s not been cleaned—as I got it. Always stored inside. Looks… Read More ›
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.
Reblog from David Greenlees excellent The Old Motor on the launch of one of my all time favourites The Lincoln Zephyr. The all new and modern-looking 1936 Lincoln Zephyr designed by Eugene Gregorie was introduced early in November of 1935…. Read More ›
Nice history of the Lincoln V12 Flathead by the Georgia branch of the Early Ford V8 Club Read the article here The table above shows the specifications across the years of production
My heart says buy it, my brain and the post Brexit £ to $ exchange rate says no sadly 🙁 Lovely vehicle, take a look here
The Lincoln Motor Company (also known simply as Lincoln) is a division of the U.S.-based Ford Motor Company that sells luxury vehicles under the Lincoln brand. Founded in 1917 by Henry M. Leland, Lincoln has been a subsidiary of Ford… Read More ›
Beautiful Car! 1939 Lincoln-Zephyr V-12 Coupe.