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Lincoln Continental Mark Ii - 1956-1958Details click here
When all about you is extravagance, the best way to stand out from the crowd is to adopt the simple elegance of classicism. That was the philosophy that guided ford management to create the continental mark ii in the mid-1950s.
Lincoln Kb - 1932-1933Details click here
At the beginning of the thirties, two american carmakers seemed immune to the effects of the great depression. The reason was simple enough: Cadillac was backed by general motors, and lincoln belonged to ford. So, when cadillac launched its vl6 in 1930, lincoln replied in 1932 with the kb vi2
Lotus 11 - 1956-1958Details click here
One of the few remaining specialized manufacturers in great britain, the lotus engineering company first made its name in 1947 with mark iii 750cc sports racers. Nine years later, the lotus 11 two-seater model jacked up to 1,100 cc hit a blurry 112 mph on a continental roadway, covered the standing quarter-mile in 17.9 seconds and averaged well over 50mpg fuel consumption during normal operation. Beyond that, there wasnt a thing to recommend it!
Lotus 16 - 1959Details click here
The lotus 16 was generally reckoned to be one of the most refined and well-developed of the companys front-engined racers, though it was not the most successful. It was also one of the last of the companys racers. The 16 was derived from the lotus 12, which it followed in most of the essentials, notably its motorcycle-type positive-stop gearbox (known less than affectionately as the queer box), its obliquely mounted engine and its offset drive-shaft angled to the left of the cockpit.
Lotus 18 - 1960-1961Details click here
Designed and built by lotus founder colin chapman, the 18 was the marques first rear-engined car and its first to win a grand prix event. All four of the 18s 1960-61 grand prix wins were accomplished with a private car driven by stirling moss.
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