Lincoln And Continental Classic Motorcars The Early Years

Author: Marvin Arnold
Editor: Samco Publishing
ISBN: 9780615597515
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This is a reformatted softback full-color cover and original two column format black in white 8.5x11 edition (not a facsimile) of author Marvin Arnold's widely acclaimed 1989 coffee table edition. Includes hundreds of images, photos and automotive art of the early Lincoln automotive era. Of all the classic American motorcar manque stories, the story of the Lincoln personifies the American dream better than any other. The evolution of the Lincoln and Continental parallels the American automobile industry. Everyone who owns or appreciates fine motorcars like the Lincoln will enjoy reading this book. The book combines the story of the manque with the technical and developmental aspects of the automobile itself. The text is both interesting and factually informative. The appendixes to this book provide production figures and detailed information on the various models. Beginning with the coming of the automobile to the Americas in the late 1800s and concluding with the beginning of postwar automotive era, this book is an inside look at the forces, which began and ended the classic American automobile era. EARLY YEARS -Henry Martin Leland founds Cadillac and Lincoln. Henry Ford builds an automotive empire and his son, Edsel Ford, takes over Lincoln. The Model L Lincolns (1919-1930) are recognized as the finest coachbuilt motorcars in the world and become the aristocrats automobile in a time of opulence. CLASSIC YEARS - An era of Automobile Salons and custom coachbuilts. These are the chauffeur-driven Landaulets and Broughams, the Roadsters and Sedans of the rich and famous. The period of the Model K Lincoln (1931-1940) ushers in the V-12 engine and classic craftsmanship. The world is changing and soon these massive motorcars would give way to that progress and become the last of the big iron. STREAMLINE YEARS - These are the designs influenced by the age of Art Deco and aerodynamic appearances. The Zephyr automobile arrives (1935-1948), in an era of reconstruction and colossal World's Fairs. New manufacturing techniques, like unit body construction, create an all new model of automobile. From these designs evolve the famous Lincoln Continental, perceived today as the only modern classic. MODERN YEARS - America survives a world war and gets on with the business of building a better nation. These new designs are influenced by the tanks and bombers that preceded them. They are modern designs manufactured with an outdated technology. The bulbous era Lincolns and Cosmopolitans (1948-1951) are not yet the modern cars of today, but a major leap in the evolution to that end result.

Classic Motorcars

Author: Marvin Arnold
Editor: Createspace Independent Pub
ISBN: 9781475103397
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Reproduction of famous classic collector car book on the early years of the classic Lincoln and Continental motorcars in 8.5x11 softback cover and in a black and white facsimile of author Marvin Arnold's widely acclaimed 1989 hardback cover coffee table edition. Of all the classic American motorcar manque stories, the story of the Lincoln personifies the American dream better than any other. The evolution of the Lincoln and Continental parallels the American automobile industry. Everyone who owns or appreciates fine motorcars like the Lincoln will enjoy reading this book. The book combines the story of the manque with the technical and developmental aspects of the automobile itself. The text is both interesting and factually informative. The appendixes to this book provide production figures and detailed information on the various models. Beginning with the coming of the automobile to the Americas in the late 1800s and concluding with the beginning of postwar automotive era, this book is an inside look at the forces, which began and ended the classic American automobile era.EARLY YEARS-Henry Martin Leland founds Cadillac and Lincoln. Henry Ford builds an automotive empire and his son, Edsel Ford, takes over Lincoln. The Model L Lincolns (1919-1930) are recognized as the finest coachbuilt motorcars in the world and become the aristocrats automobile in a time of opulence.CLASSIC YEARS-An era of Automobile Salons and custom coachbuilts. These are the chauffeur-driven Landaulets and Broughams, the Roadsters and Sedans of the rich and famous. The period of the Model K Lincoln (1931-1940) ushers in the V-12 engine and classic craftsmanship. The world is changing and soon these massive motorcars would give way to that progress and become the last of the big iron.STREAMLINE YEARS-These are the designs influenced by the age of Art Deco and aerodynamic appearances. The Zephyr automobile arrives (1935-1948), in an era of reconstruction and colossal World's Fairs. New manufacturing techniques, like unit body construction, create an all new model of automobile. From these designs evolve the famous Lincoln Continental, perceived today as the only modern classic.MODERN YEARS - America survives a world war and gets on with the business of building a better nation. These new designs are influenced by the tanks and bombers that preceded them. They are modern designs manufactured with an outdated technology. The bulbous era Lincolns and Cosmopolitans (1948-1951) are not yet the modern cars of today, but a major leap in the evolution to that end result.

Classic Cars

Author: Devon Bailey
Editor: Character-19
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The great thing about the classic car is that you don’t have to be a millionaire to join the club! You will recognise many of the cars featured in this book and you may even remember your parents or grandparents driving one from your childhood, that will invoke happy memories. There is no concrete classification for what constitutes a classic car but for many people it refers to a vehicle that harks back to a bygone age, which as a result means there are fewer specimens on the road. In addition some more up-to-date models are now being categorised as modern classics. This is a collection of some of some of the best classics around with informative backgrounds on their design and manufacture. From Aston Martin to Volkswagen, from family car to supercar, classic cars come in all shapes and sizes, so join us on this trip exploring some of the finest cars ever made.

Classic Cars Of The Fifties

Author: Bruce LaFontaine
Editor: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 9780486433264
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Handsome, ready-to-color images, attractively rendered in precise detail, depict the sleek 1950 Mercury two-door sedan, luxurious 1952 Cadillac four-door sedan, 1953 Buick Skylark convertible with wire wheels, 1957 Lincoln Continental Mark II, and 26 other impressive models. Captions. 30 black-and-white illustrations.

Classic Cars Of The World

Author: Quentin Willson
Editor: DK Publishing (Dorling Kindersley)
ISBN: 9780789450975
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Covers all aspects of both American and foreign classic cars, providing historical, technical, and performance data on each model.

Classic Cars 1931 1980

Author: Norm Mort
Editor: Crabtree Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780778730125
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Introduces classic cars, automobiles that stand out from contemporary models due to their outstanding performance or styling.

Classic Cars Coloring Book

Author: Bruce LaFontaine
Editor: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486460673
File Size: 17,57 MB
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Here are the swift and stylish automobiles of any car-lover's dreams. Get behind the wheel of one hundred classic vehicles, including: • Classic 1950s models — including the 1955 Pontiac Starchief convertible, 1955 Mercury Montclair hardtop, 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air hardtop, 1957 Lincoln Continental Mark II, 1958 Ford Edsel sedan, and 1959 Buick Electra 225 convertible • Powerful "muscle" cars — the 1962 Ford Thunderbird, 1964 Corvette Stingray, 1968 Chevy Impala SS 427, 1969 Chevy Camaro Z 28, 1969 Shelby Cobra Mustang GT-500, 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T, and more • Fabulous luxury cars — the Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren two-door Coupe, Maserati Spyder two-door Convertible Roadster, Rolls-Royce Phantom four-door Sedan, Jaguar XJ220 two-door Coupe, Lamborghini Diablo two-door Coupe, Ferrari Enzo two-door Coupe, and others

The Classic Tradition Of The Lincoln Motorcar

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The Fork And Blade

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Classic Car

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Popular Mechanics

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Popular Mechanics inspires, instructs and influences readers to help them master the modern world. Whether it’s practical DIY home-improvement tips, gadgets and digital technology, information on the newest cars or the latest breakthroughs in science -- PM is the ultimate guide to our high-tech lifestyle.

Classic Cars In Profile

Author: Anthony Harding
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Classic Cars

Author: Robert Blake Jackson
Editor: Henry Z. Walck, Incorporated
ISBN: 9780809820948
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Discusses luxurious, expensive, custom-made automobiles built between 1925 and 1942. Includes the Bugatti, Bentley, Alfa-Romeo, Duesenberg, Cord, Stutz, and others.

Classic Cars

Author: Kevin Brazendale
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ISBN: 9780671051037
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A celebration of vintage automobiles and their manufacturers traces their development from the pioneering days to ghe end of the 1930s.

Cars Parts

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Classic Elegance In Motorcars

Author: Ford Motor Company. Lincoln-Mercury Division
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American Classic Cars

Author: Richard Nicholls
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ISBN: 9780760733233
File Size: 36,88 MB
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