- Price, Compare, Review, Research
Return to the Homepage
Research a model, get pricing, read reviews , find related sites and more...
Home to contact and it's members.
How to add an auto review and receive FREE advertising.
How to add your advertisement to
Learn about
Receive an auto suggestion based on features important to you.


New Car Pricing

Chrysler Car Reviews

Auto Sites

Lincoln Vehicles Review



Lincoln Vehicles Style
Lincoln Vehicles Handling

The history of the Lincoln Motor Company Plant and the company's founder, Henry Leland, recalls the "jack-of-all-trade" engineers and "can do" attitude of Detroit's early automotive industry. Henry Leland, the "creator of both of America's first quality cars," Cadillac and Lincoln, was born in 1843.

He spent most of his life as a toolmaker and machinist, but his automobile industry career did not begin until 1901, when Ransom Olds asked Leland to build transmissions for a new line of cars, called Oldsmobiles. In 1902, Leland implemented exacting toolmaker's standards at Cadillac Automobile, and eventually took over its management. In 1908, Leland sold Cadillac, a name by then synonymous with American quality and luxury, to General Motors for $4.5 million. Leland formed the Lincoln Motor Company in 1917 to build "Liberty" airplane engines for WWI fighter planes, and quickly erected the present factory complex.

After WWI, the company converted to the production of "precision-made Lincoln automobiles." Due to a short postwar recession, the factory did not swing into full production until 1920, and the company suffered. In 1922, the opportunistic Henry Ford purchased the struggling automobile company, announcing that Lincoln would become Ford Motor Company's luxury car branch. Later, Ford increased the complex's size and Lincoln's Zephyr and Continental were produced in the factory until 1952. In 1955, the Detroit Edison Power Company bought the complex, but the car manufacturing origins of this National Historic Landmark remains obvious, and continues today as a remnant of Detroit's early automobile industry history.

Now you can see all the Lincoln - the American Luxury car - has to offer! Take a look at the Lincoln LS, the Lincoln Towncar or Lincoln Continental today. We are confident you will see the artful blend of style and beauty that makes every Lincoln vehicle so special. You must also see the new Lincoln Blackwood, Lincoln Aviator and Lincoln Blackwood to completely appreciate all that Lincoln brings to the table!

Check back periodically for the latest Lincoln Vehicle review information and specs which we update monthly.

Find out more information on your favorite type of vehicles. We offer categorized listings by vehicle type as well. Try one of these Convertibles, Full Size, Luxury, Mid Size, Small Size, Sports Cars, SUV's, Trucks and of course Wagons make our list. We know how important it is to comparison shop - so now take full advantage of our category listings.

More Manufacturers Reviews

We also have reviews on Acura, Audi, BMW, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Daewoo, Dodge, Ford and more. You can also get info on select GMC, Honda, Hyundai, Isuzu, Jeep, Jaguar, Kia models. All Auto Reviews has also provided information on various vehicles produced by Land Rover, Lincoln, Mazda, Mercedes Benz, Mercury and the Mini Cooper for its viewers. While you are here, why not also take a look at our reviews of various Mitsubishi, Nissan, Plymouth, Pontiac, Porsche, Saturn, Subaru, Suzuki and Toyota cars and trucks. We also have spent time to gather info on some Volvo and Volkswagen models.
Or visit our site map for detailed information : Site Map

1. InvoiceDealers - Provides auto pricing, specs, reviews, images and news.

2. Insurance - FREE competitive insurance quotes, pricing, and reviews.


Submit your automotive editorial, auto review or reviews to All Auto Reviews for publication on this site. Click here for details. Well written car reviews are always welcome. Get your work published here as a car or auto review editor © 2009 2010. All rights reserved. Please review our Privacy Statement and Disclaimer.