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Rare Rides: A Year Later, Ghia’s 1983 Lincoln Quicksilver

Today’s post serves as a couple of milestones at TTAC (for me, anyway); 200 articles written, and a year of Rare Rides. Since I did not plan this in any way or think about it in advance, I thought we might make this post a bit special. Bringing us back to the very first Rare Rides […] The post Rare Rides: A Year Later, Ghia’s 1983 Lincoln Quicksilver appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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