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Ford St. Thomas Assembly Plant Delivers First Lincoln Town Car

LCT Staff
Posted on January 16, 2008

ST. THOMAS, Ontario — The first Lincoln Town Car to come off the assembly line at the St. Thomas Assembly plant in Ontario, Canada was presented to a local Ford dealer recently. It won’t be the last.

"A new chapter in the history of the St. Thomas Assembly Plant has started as we've proudly begun producing the Lincoln Town Car," said Mark Boldin, plant manager of the St. Thomas Assembly Plant. "The Lincoln Town Car is an outstanding vehicle in regards to safety with many best in class attributes — and we're pleased to add it to our portfolio of vehicles."

Lauded for its attention to quality, environmental responsibility and commitment to the community, the St. Thomas Assembly Plant and its employees have earned numerous awards. Similarly, the Lincoln Town Car has been highlighted for high customer satisfaction and excellent safety ratings — for example, the Lincoln Town Car was the first car in history to receive the U.S. Government's highest five-star government safety ratings for four years in a row in all five categories (2003 – 2006).

"The Lincoln Town Car is a dominant player in the chauffeured transportation industry here in North America," said Boldin. "The overall quality of the Town Car coupled with its reliability, tradition of a smooth ride, and superb comfort has secured a loyal customer base which has long experienced excellent customer satisfaction."

SOURCE: Ford Motor Co.

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