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75 MK IV at the Keystone summit ski lodge.

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Re: Welcome to the Lincoln forum!

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Our friend Bill Kirchen is untouchable!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YR-XJk-MUFc

The Titan of the Telecaster .... King of Dieselbilly The man Vintage Guitar Magazine calls " An American Treasure" Bill Kirchen twangin out the big one
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Not a Lincoln V-12.  Here is the second verse:

 

It's got a Lincoln motor and it's really souped up
That Model A Vitimix makes it look like a pup
It's got eight cylinders, uses them all
It's got overdrive, just won't stall

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Re: Enter our Hot Rod Lincoln contest!

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Oooooooooooooops! I should have looked deeper. Looks like the original (1955) version WAS a V-12.
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Johnny Bond’s 1960 recording was very successfully covered by George Frayne (AKA Commander Cody) and the LPA. The iconic guitar lick was, iirc, done by Joe Maphis.

“Hot Rod Lincoln“ was an answer song to Arkie Shibley’s “Hot Rod Race”

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 My 1979 Hot Rod Lincoln Town Coupe 

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lincoln 1947

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my 47 hot rod full custom lincoln, all modern 5.0 litre lincoln auto power windows, power top, power steering, 4 wheel disc brakes mustang 2 front coil overs, and rear buggy spring replaced with nice long normal springs, and much more. this is a true hod rod lincoln.

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 here’s a beautiful car

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It's a work in progress...

 

1977 Lincoln Continental Mark V1977 Lincoln Continental Mark V

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I debated doing a video, but my cell phone camera is pretty terrible. The audio would probably be worse. Didn't stop me from dusting off Hot Rod Lincoln for the first time in a while though. 

 

This is my 1979 Lincoln Mark V with 28k original miles. Even the 8 track player still works, and I've built a Bluetooth adapter to jam some more recent tones through the original stereo. 

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My 1969 Lincoln Mark III was a labor of love for about 5 years, including new paint and interior. It still sports its original 460 4V and is a head-turner in and out of the car show circuit. 

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And this is the Fender Telecaster (lovingly known as the TeleBastard) I built to take along in the 1969 Mark III for car show season. You can't see it clearly, but there's even a small gold Lincoln logo under the bridge. 

 

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