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Lasalle 2-door Coupe - 1940Details click here
Elegant new styling graced the Lasalle in 1940. Headlamps were integrated into the front fenders, triple louvers adorned the hood side panels, and bodylines were smooth and clean. The plush 40-52 line, featuring "Torpedo" or "Projectile" bodies, had a 45-degree sloping windshield, a curved rear window, and no belt molding. A 130-hp 322-cid V-8 and 3-speed manual transmission powered the LaSalle. This was the final production year for the LaSalle.
Lincoln - 1984-1992Details click here
It reminded a great many people more of the thunderbird than its predecessor, the mark vi. But the lincoln mark vi was a true continental, even though that designation was dropped from the cars body lettering.
Lincoln Capri - 1953Details click here
The 1953 lincoln capri was the top-end series of a luxury car that was also the most powerful american automobile and, as an article in road track attested, it was unquestionably the fastest stock car in america. nineteen fifty-three lincolns took the first four places in both the november 1952 and 1953 pan american road races in mexico.
Lincoln Continental - 1982Details click here
After a year in limbo the lincoln continental returned for 1982 as a sedan that was a foot and a half shorter and 400 lbs. Lighter than the 1980 model. Now the smallest and lightest lincoln ever, this contemporary size luxury four-door sedan also housed a smaller v8 engine, with an even-smaller v6 as optional.
Lincoln Continental Coupe - 1946Details click here
Luxury has been a way of life for Lincoln. One of the most celebrated Lincoln series is the Continental, first appearing in 1940 with a V12 engine. The original Lincoln Continental was produced for the 1940 - 1942 and 1946 - 1948 models years. In 1956 the Continental Mark II appeared, marketed by a new and separate Continental Division of the Ford Motor Company.
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