Category Archives: Lincoln

Vinyl Roofs: The Look Of Luxury

In my post from Mustang Alley at the Woodward Avenue Dream Cruise, I included photos of a 1971 Mustang Grandé that, being a high zoot model, bore that affectation of luxury so common in that era, the vinyl roof.  Even … Continue reading

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Vintage Cars in Vintage 3D: Lincoln Brougham by Brunn at Lincoln Headquarters Circa 1930

To view the entire photo gallery in your choice of 2D or stereo 3D formats, click here for a Flash player or here for a HTML applet Going through the Keystone-Mast Collection at the Online California Archive I found this classic era Lincoln … Continue reading

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Arriving in Style: 1933 Lincoln Model KB Dual Cowl Phaeton – One of Nine

To view the entire photo gallery in your choice of 2D or stereo 3D formats, click here for a Flash player or here for an HTML applet In the late 1920s and early 1930s it became de rigueur for luxury car makers to … Continue reading

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Mutt & Jeff, Part 2:
Continental Mark VIII Lowrider

To view the entire photo gallery in your choice of 2D or stereo 3D formats, click here for a Flash player or here for an HTML applet If that Cadillac deVille is rolling 30″s or thereabouts, this Lincoln Continenal Mark … Continue reading

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Three Humpback Whales

Strolling through the “car corral” at last weekend’s Spring Jefferson (Wis.) car show I stumbled upon these three vestiges of 1980s styling excess:  luxury humpbacks from GM, Ford and Chrysler.  Sometimes called bustlebacks, these abominations of creased metal were mercifully … Continue reading

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2012 NAIAS: Lincoln MKZ Concept

Click on the anaglyph stereo 3d image above to launch a Flash player and view the entire gallery in 2d or your choice of S3D formats. The new Lincoln MKZ was one of the more pleasant surprises of the ’12 … Continue reading

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Whither Lincoln?

I wasn’t planning on posting anything too serious about the Detroit auto show.  Really, I wasn’t.  I came here to cover the show for a local newspaper and, secondarily, to post snarky observations that I might pick up along the … Continue reading

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North American International Auto Show 2012: The Tchotchkes

  The North American International Auto Show (a.k.a. The Detroit Auto Show) opened to the press this morning and I made my first round of the displays and press conferences. Officially, I’m here representing the Beloit Daily News and I … Continue reading

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Summer of Lincoln Love Weekend: 1939 Lincoln Continental Convertible

Click on the anaglyph S3D (Stereographic 3D) image to launch a Flash player and view the entire gallery of Lincoln photos in 2d or your choice of 3D formats. We’re going to close out Summer of Lincoln Love Weekend with … Continue reading

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Summer of Lincoln Love Weekend: 1957 Lincoln Premiere

Click on the anaglyph S3D image to launch a Flash player and view the entire Lincoln gallery in 2D or your choice of 3D formats. The 1957 Lincoln gets kind of lost in the shuffle by collectors and enthusiasts. The … Continue reading

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