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Lincoln Model K

In the 1930s only two strong competitors were trying to capture their share as America's most prestige brand Cadillac and Lincoln. Under the leadership of Edsel Ford, Lincoln Model K was launched in 1931...
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Lincoln Zephyr

With integrated fenders and streamlined aerodynamic design Lincoln Zephyr was considered a car of the future. Belonging to the lower priced line of Lincoln luxury cars, Zephyr was introduced on November 2, 1935.

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Lincoln Model L

Lincoln Model L was a representation of luxury vehicles that the company wanted to promote in America. Before Edsel Ford's new policies were implemented, early Lincoln buyers waited almost a year for the delivery of their car.

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Lincoln Premiere

Stylish exterior design, high-class interior design and additional features certainly had an appeal to people who could afford this beautiful Lincoln Premiere model in the 1950s.

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Chevrolet Corvair

From 1960 up to 1969 Chevrolet created a fantastic compact passenger car named Corvair designed to win American market share against the likes of Ford Falcon or Plymouth Valiant as well as ever growing European competition.

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Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

When Bill Mitchell, General Motors Vice President of styling asked their youngest designer Peter Brock to work on a secretive concept car project, the foundation for legendary Chevrolet Corvette Stingray was set.

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