National Geographic : 1934 Mar
THE TWO-WINDOW TOWN SEDAN The LINCOLN EVEN the man or woman who leaves everything about the car to the chauffeur knows that the heart of a motor car is its engine. Beneath the hood of every new Lincoln is a V-12 cylinder engine which develops 150 horsepower. Lincoln engineers declare it the finest they have yet designed. Its perfection results from extended research, long experience.... The Lincoln is not an automobile which can be built hurriedly, or sold cheaply. But the Lincoln will serve you handsomely. This is a luxurious car, a safe car, a car that will leave you refreshed at the end of journeys longer than you are used to making. And it is a car easy to keep in condition, as many who own two, three or five Lincolns will attest . . . Faster acceleration. Improved braking mechanism. New clear-vision ventilation system. Two wheelbase lengths, in standard and custom-built body types. From $3200, at Detroit. PRESS OF JUDD & DETWEILER,INC. WASHINGTON,D. C.