The 1950-1951 Lincoln Lido and Capri were the result of a harsh reality: Despite the great strides made with its new 1949 models, Ford Motor Company still had a lot of catching up to do. See why some people loved, and others hated, this classic car.
The 1956-1957 Lincoln Continental Mark II redefined luxury for American cars, but it was too expensive to endure. The Lincoln Continental Mark II had a short, brilliant, doomed existence. Learn about the Continental Mark II.
The 1955 Lincoln Futura was a popular concept car design by Bill Schmidt that found a new life as the Batmobile. It's regularly seen on tour by thousands of people around the world. Learn about the 1955 Lincoln Futura.
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.
The 1956-1957 Lincoln Premiere featured up-to-date styling -- peaked headlamps and a hint of fins -- and sufficient power; yet it was eventually replaced by larger models. Learn more about the 1956-1957 Lincoln Premiere including the pluses and minuses.
The 1958-1960 Lincoln Premiere styling created a controversy: Some collectors call it hideous and others think it's the perfect '50s car. Check out this contentious auto to decide for yourself and learn about the production facts and specifications.
Although it was magnificently styled, the 1956-1957 Lincoln Continental Mark II didn't sell well because of it sky-high price. In fact it actually lost money. Learn about the 1956-1957 Lincoln Continental Mark II including production facts and more.