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The Lincolns that made Lincoln

By Kirk Bell Slide 1 of 15: 1969 Lincoln Mark III

Lincolns That Made Lincoln

Henry Ford bought Lincoln from Henry Leland, the founder of Cadillac, in 1922 to top the Ford Motor Company's product range. Over the next 20 years, Ford's son Edsel took an interest in Lincoln and helped design and oversee vehicle development, creating some of the most advanced and beautiful cars of the day. Throughout its storied history, Lincoln has been synonymous with distinctive American luxury vehicles, although the brand sometimes struggled for its own identity under its influential parent company. To that end, in late 2012 the division became the Lincoln Motor Company to further differentiate itself from Ford. Let's look at the most influential cars that have made the Lincoln Motor Company what it is today.


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