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The 1950s Classic Lincoln Cars Channel covers popular antique Lincolns from the decade. Take a look under the hoods of different 1950s classic Lincoln cars.

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1952-1954 Lincoln Capri

The 1952-1954 Lincoln Capri performed well in the Carrera Panamericana -- the Mexican Road Race -- in its day, increasing the value of these clean-looking cars. Learn about the 1952-1954 Lincoln Capri including the production facts and specifications.


1950-1951 Lincoln Lido/Capri

 1950-1951 Lincoln Lido/Capri

The 1950-1951 Lincoln Lido and Capri were Ford's initial hardtop offerings. See pictures and a profile of the 1950-1951 Lincoln Lido and Capri. See more »

1956-1957 Lincoln Continental Mark II

1956-1957 Lincoln Continental Mark II

The 1956-1957 Lincoln Continental Mark II redefined luxury for American cars, but it was too expensive to endure. Learn about the Continental Mark II. See more »

1955 Lincoln Futura

 1955 Lincoln Futura

The 1955 Lincoln Futura was a very successful concept car that later became the Batmobile. Find out more about the 1955 Lincoln Futura origins. See more »

1952-1954 Lincoln Capri

1952-1954 Lincoln Capri

The 1952-1954 Lincoln Capri performed well in the Carrera Panamericana in its day, increasing its value now. Learn more about these clean-looking cars. See more »

1956-1957 Lincoln

The 1956-1957 Lincoln Premiere featured up-to-date styling and sufficient power; yet it was replaced by larger models. Check out this fashionable car. See more »

1958-1960 Lincoln Premiere

1958-1960 Lincoln Premiere

The 1958-1960 Lincoln Premiere styling created a controversy: Some loved it, and others hated it. Learn more about the 1958-1960 Lincoln Premiere. See more »

1956-1957 Lincoln Continental  Mark II

1956-1957 Lincoln Continental Mark II

Magnificently styled, the 1956-1957 Lincoln Continental Mark II didn’t sell well due to its sky-high price. Learn more about this beautiful car. See more »