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October 1931.
October 1936.
October 1937. The Lincoln Zephyr.
October 1937. The Lincoln Zephyr.
October 1938. The Lincoln Zephyr.
1939. Lincoln Zephyr. V12 side-valve 4,381 cc. Exhibit at the Franschhoek Motor Museum.
1939. Lincoln Zephyr. V12 side-valve 4,381 cc. Exhibit at the Franschhoek Motor Museum.
October 1951.
October 1953. LHS page.
October 1953. RHS page. Continental X 100.
October 1955. LHS page.
October 1955. RHS page. Continental Mk II.
October 1956.
October 1959. Ford: Taunus.
October 1960.
October 1961. Ford: Taunus.
October 1962.
October 1964. Ford: Taunus.
October 1964. Ford: Galaxie.
October 1965. Ford Continental Tudor.
October 1965. Ford Taunus.
Oct 1966.
October 1967. Ford Fairmont and Mustang.
October 1967. Ford 20M.

of Great West Road, Brentford (GB Concessionaires for US-built cars).

1922 IN the USA the Ford Motor Co acquired the Lincoln Motor Co

In the UK, the Lincoln Car Department of Ford handled sales of Lincoln cars.

By 1936, Lincoln Cars Ltd was established in Brentford to handle Lincoln sales

1951 Exhibitor at the 1951 Motor Show in the Car Section.

1963 Exhibitor at the 1963 Motor Show. Importer of US Fords

1960 A subsidiary of Ford Motor Co Ltd. concessionaires in the UK for USA and Canadian Ford Falcon, Thunderbird, Mercury, Comet, Lincoln Continental, and Taunus from Cologne.

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