National Geographic : 1934 Sep
THE SEVEN-PASSENGER SEDAN "" LINCOLN A WORD, a gesture, the inflection of a lovely voice are scarcely more revealing than some material possessions. A Lincoln, glimpsed across an Autumn terrace or drawn up at the door of a couturiere's, can confirm unmistakably an impression of elegance. This, truly, is a patrician vehicle.... A swift, powerful car, which wears an authen tic beauty, the Lincoln is so singularly well-made that it will function smoothly and loyally for years-as nearly perfect a motor car as humans can build. And it is a thoroughly safe car; under the most trying road conditions, or up incredible hills at an incredible pace, you ride in comfort and security. The new Lincoln V-12 cylinder engine, developing 150 horsepower, is declared the finest that Lincoln engineers have yet designed. In two wheelbases-standard and custom-built body types.