Lincoln Continental

Continental The name ‘Continental’ was used in one form or another on all Lincolns for some time. But when we use the name here, we’re using it to describe the basic non-Town Car and non-Mark versions. The Town Car was the top end trim level of this car until 1980, and the Mark series was […]
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Ford Thunderbird

Ford Thunderbird     Thunderbird In the 1970’s, the Thunderbird put even more distance between itself and it’s early sport-coupe image. The emphasis was now on appearance and luxury, two things the ’72-’76 Thunderbird offered in abundance. Cushy overstuffed seats, thick carpets, leather upholstery, and a long list of options greeted Thunderbird shoppers. In fact, […]
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Ford Mustang

Ford Mustang The Mustang was finishing up a generation in 1973. This era (’69-’73) had the longest overall length at 190 inches. Body styles available were a notchback coupe, fastback coupe, and convertible. Trims offered in ’73 were base, Grande, and Mach 1. Engines this year were a 250 CID 1bbl I6 (88hp), 302 CID […]
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