CLAS·SIC [klas-ik] adjective 1. of the first or highest quality, class, or rank 2. serving as a standard, model, or guide
LIN·COLN [ling-kuhn] noun 1. 16th president of the U.S. 1861–65 2. A luxury automibile produced by the Ford Motor Company
Henry Martyn Leland created the Lincoln Motor Company in 1917 and produced over 3400 vehicles before the company was
purchased by Henry Ford on February 4, 1922. Since then, Lincoln has remained an American icon of unparalleled character.
The Lincoln Motor Company continues to capture the essence of classic luxury combined with modern
safety and technology.