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Promoted item:Lincoln : Continental 4 Door Hardtop Sedan

Lincoln : Continental 4 Door Hardtop Sedan

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Item location: Akron, Ohio
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Item location: Rhinebeck, New York
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$8,000.00
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Item location: Kansas City, Missouri
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Item location: Pompano Beach, Florida
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Item location: Windsor, Colorado
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Item location: Jacksonville, Florida
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Item location: Fort Lauderdale, Florida
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$1,199.00
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Item location: Kokomo, Indiana
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$2,025.00
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Item location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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$22,200.00
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Item location: Saukville, Wisconsin
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JUST SERVICED - CLEAN CARFAX
$7,990.00
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Item location: Pompano Beach, Florida
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$12,950.00
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$2,500.00
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Item location: Baraboo, Wisconsin
$6,902.49
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Item location: Lakeland, Florida
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$5,650.00
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Item location: Wilmington, North Carolina
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$6,500.00
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Item location: Lakeland, Florida
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$1,800.00
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Item location: Venice, Florida
$2,995.00
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Item location: Moravia, New York
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$42,500.00
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Item location: Denville, New Jersey
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$4,550.00
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Item location: Derry, New Hampshire
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$3,501.00
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Item location: Dayton, Ohio
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$5,895.00
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Item location: Paterson, New Jersey
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$5,500.00
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Item location: Fort Mitchell, Kentucky
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$1,000.00
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Item location: Cleveland, Ohio
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Item location: North Miami Beach, Florida
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$3,000.01
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Item location: Allentown, Pennsylvania
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$18,100.00
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Item location: Gainesville, Georgia
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$4,300.00
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Item location: North Hampton, New Hampshire
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$305.00
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Item location: Hansville, Washington
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$710.00
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Item location: Barrington, New Jersey
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About Lincoln

The Lincoln is a classic American luxury car brand. In 1917, a wealthy magnate named Henry M. Leland founded Lincoln. Leland named the company after his favorite president, whom he voted for in 1860. Leland was a long time rival of Henry Ford and actually bought out Ford's other company, a small outfit named Cadillac.In 1922, however, Henry Ford had the last laugh when he acquired Lincoln as part of a broader move to consolidate Ford Motor Co. One of the most successful cars Lincoln ever produced was the Continental, which actually began as a lark project for Henry Ford's son, Edsel Ford. Edsel wasn't a huge fan of his father's stark, boxlike vehicles, and he yearned for something smoother and more European. Thus, the Continental was born.After the huge success of the first Continental, the Mark II Continental was manufactured for about $10,000 list price--a huge amount of money back in 1956. Two years later, Lincoln-Mercury was merged with Edsel. This union did not last long, however. After the massive failure of the Edsel car, the line was abandoned by the Ford Motor Company in early 1960.Thanks in large part to the recent success of the Lincoln Navigator SUV, the Lincoln brand has reemerged as a symbol of luxury and privilege, and its ever popular sedans, like the Lincoln Town Car and the Lincoln LS, are always in style. For instance, throughout the 20th-century, Lincoln limousines protected the President of the United States. The first President to drive in a Lincoln limousine was Calvin Coolidge. President Roosevelt rode in a convertible Lincoln limousine. President Kennedy was shot in a Lincoln Continental convertible. After the Kennedy assassination, presidents armor plated their Lincoln limos.