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I *think* just the Lincoln. They were not a good engine from what I read way back when. Overheat and a weak crankshaft were common problems IIRC. And they did not put out much power. There was a hulk of a Continental behind an Indpls Ford dealer that my Mom wanted to get and fix forty+ years ago. Guess who would have been doing all the fixin'. Thank heavens we couldn't find the owner...
It's not how hard you work, it's how much you get done. Simplificate and add lightness
I saw one, on one of the hot rod shows on tv one night, The last one I saw was that I could touch was in one of those pretty Continentals, Ford brought the body style back years later as the mark ll. Personally I thought the earlier model was much nicer. Don't forget the Zepher which also had the V12. Darn I'm dating myself here, that water went over the dam a long time ago. kotzy
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