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Lincoln just rolled out one of the most hyped cars of the year — here's the verdict (F)

The Lincoln Continental is just one of those cars. It really isn't even a car — it's an ideal, a dream, an evocation. Ford introduced the Continental in the late 1930s, and over the decades it became conjoined with American history, most tragically in 1963 when President Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas while riding in a 1961 Continental limousine. Ford discontinued the Continental as its flagship Lincoln luxury sedan in 2002, but the nameplate never really went away.
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