Keeping a Luxury Eye on Lincoln

Among prewar automobiles, Lincoln stands out along with a handful of marques like Packard, Duesenberg, and Cadillac as having defined the early American luxury car scene. It was an era when coachbuilt bodies and bespoke designs were available for the fortunate few who could afford them. But by mid-decade, most of America’s grand marques were on the decline or gone entirely.


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