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Flashback features articles from past issues of Lincoln & Continental Comments magazines.
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Continental Mark II Cruiser

Continental Mark II Cruiser

By Jim Farrell Originally published in the Sept/Oct 2996 issue of Continental Comments (Issue # 199)Over the years Continental Comments has, from time to time, featured articles about Mark IIs customized in one way or another. In Comments issue #134 there was a...

More Early Days of the Western Region

More Early Days of the Western Region

By Bob Lawton, San Gabriel, California Published in 3rd Quarter 1994 issue of Continental Comments (Issue # 199)    Recently a fellow member, knowing that I had joined LCOC back in 1955, asked me if the Club was as enjoyable and  interesting when the...

Tom McCahill Tests The 1953 Lincoln

Tom McCahill Tests The 1953 Lincoln

From Mechanix Illustrated - March 1953 Republished in 3rd Quarter 1994 issue of Continental Comments (Issue # 199)     Well, they finally whacked the whiskers off Lincoln. For lo! these many years, ever since Benson Ford supervised the burying of the...

Exiting in Style: The 1979 Collector’s Series

Exiting in Style: The 1979 Collector’s Series

by Jim Raymond, Fort Worth, Texas     Wisely and with great execution, Lincoln had adhered since its inception in 1921 to the automotive maxim, Length times Width times Weight equals luxury.  But by 1980 this formula would instead equal violation...

1942 Lincolns.  Cars So Rare from a Turbulent Year

1942 Lincolns. Cars So Rare from a Turbulent Year

Edited by Tim Howley from information supplied by William E. Kortsch, 1942 Lincoln historian.    1942 Lincolns arrived in showrooms on September 30, 1941 and were continued in production through February 1, 1942. In keeping with the industry‚Äôs trend to a...

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