I saw this, uh, thing(?) over on Barnfinds.
Just think, a few years ago sending over 300 hp to the front wheels in a consumer car was more unthinkable than firing 707 hp to the rear. Now we have the most powerful fwd production car on the planet starting at less than $40,000! Luxurious interior, mature styling, the wicked sound of those cylinders as they climb…
I think it would be a pretty sweet signature color for the Black Label Series. I’m also excited to see the update to the MKX. New grille (though I liked the final version of the split-wing), lighting, interior touch ups, and 400 hp will make it extremely enticing.
Since I went out of my way to talk some pretty mad shit about Ford/Lincoln’s line-up I figure it’s only fair that I provide my thoughts on what the company should actually be rolling out to market before I dive into episode #2 of Really, That’s Your Vehicle Lineup?
Reader, I will admit that I was skeptical when I first started watching this video. I assumed a local news station was just using a gimmicky new technique to jazz up a ho-hum story. I was wrong. I was so wrong.
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to select three of the least reliable cars (or trucks) in the US.
It took me a minute to realize what I was looking at, it’s a lot smaller than I thought. The door handles are pretty cool, and the back end looks good. Overall I like it, but I really expected Lincoln’s flagship sedan to be larger than a 5 Series. It hardly looked that big even.
In my personal opinion, options packages (including mandatory car color options) are ruining a big part of the fun of cars. Pictured above is an unrestored 1971 Dodge W100 Adventurer. This truck was ordered in Plum Crazy Purple and was painted as such at the factory. Back then, you had a list of individual options,…
New Lincoln Continental. Saw one the other day while driving with my friend that works for Ford. His thoughts, “Yea, we aren’t doing a very good job of trying to sell that car are we?”
Bring back the greyhound hood ornament please. K thanks bye.
Lincoln had some cool looking photos in the late 50's.
So I was in a discussion on the front page about how Lincoln and Ford are not just rebadged. They offer exclusive engines in all but 1 model and even have different suspension sometimes. MKC is a great example of different suspension, it also doesn’t share a single bit of sheet metal with an Escape, it’s a different…
If so here is a rather daper 5 door Lincoln Model K
Monday thru Friday from 8AM to 5PM. Why? I might’ve gotten a job as a courtesy driver and light maintence person at my local Lincoln dealer! I had an interview yesterday, and he was really interested in me. I was there for about an hour and a half, he showed me around the whole place and introduced me to everyone. As…
Listen to me Opponauts! Today is a day for the history books! I will embark on a journey of reaching new frontiers never before seen in DIY-Vehicle-Repair-dom in an attempt to fix my Mark VIII’s “leaky airride”(TM) suspension.
Too bad modern cars are not two toned like this beautiful Lincoln Capri.