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Hot rod Lincoln contest

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Re: Hot rod Lincoln contest

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Welllll, I guess a Mercury Grand Marquis with Town Car Cartier wheels is close enough. 🙂 

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My hot finalist 3.jpgrod Lincoln

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1949 LINCOLN HOT ROD

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A REAL "HOT ROD LINCOLN"! And I actually race it. Eat your hearts out!  Dave Buchanan, Menlo Park

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This is my 78 Lincoln Mark V.  It has 34,000 original miles.  This winter I am hoping to pull the engine and really make the 460 big block sing.

 

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This my 1970 Hot Rod Lincoln MKIII. It weighs 5,030 lbs with the driver. It’s been as fast as 11.17 @ 120 mph in the quarter mile. It’s sporting a stroker 514 cubic inch big block Ford with John Kasse cylinder heads and makes 700 horsepower at the flywheel. I started racing in the Factory Appearing Stock Tire class and won my class at Atco raceway this month. 

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Met Bill Kirchen several years ago in SLC at the Dead Goat Saloon, before it closed. Great guy. Enjoyed hearing him play Hot Rod Lincoln, of course. My current car is a bicycle and a pair of running shoes. 😎

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A great companion to your 54 Chrysler Hemi....  Very nice.  I would assume the Chrysler is much faster....  (From the gentleman with its Chysler twin)