Lincolns Could Get Real Names Again, But Only In China

There's been a lot of furniture rearranging over at the Lincoln Motor Company lately, but new product such as the MKZ is trickling out. On the face of it, newer models like the MKC seem like they're getting better and less Ford-ish, too. The worst aspect of Lincoln's lineup? The names. The MK-whatevers are… » 11/28/13 10:30am 11/28/13 10:30am

This Should Have Been 'Best In Show' At Pebble Beach

This year's Best In Show at the Pebble Beach Councours d'Elegance was a A 1934 Packard 1108 Twelve Dietrich Convertible Victoria. While this is no doubt an incredible car, it's also a bit of a safe and predictable choice. The 1955 Lincoln Indianapolis Boano Coupe, on the other hand, would have been an inspired choice. » 8/19/13 2:17pm 8/19/13 2:17pm

The Historical Guide To Designer Label Lincolns

Lincoln is not the only brand to make use of designer labels to make certain models seem more special or tasteful or sale-able. But it’s still surprising (maybe a little disappointing) that they decided to be very unimaginative when they announced their new “designer” trim level of the new-for-2013 MKZ sedan. » 8/18/13 12:00pm 8/18/13 12:00pm

This one hit the Mark - Iacocca's Most Profitable Product

Walking around Old Town Alexandria just outside Washington DC, I happened upon this beautiful 1969 Lincoln Continental Mark III. I remember the old Mark series of Lincoln automobiles when I was a kid, they were swank. Seriously swank. Big, bold, bedecked with fake wood and vinyl, but definitely a status symbol for… » 7/21/13 4:08pm 7/21/13 4:08pm