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Enjoy This: Classic Lincoln-Continental Recalls Elite Era

Posted on February 17, 2016

Although the name still resonates in the limousine industry, it likely doesn't ring a bell anymore to the general public. In its heyday in the 1960s, the Lehmann-Peterson brand was among the most exclusive in the automotive world.

The company was known for cutting Lincoln Continentals in half, inserting nearly three feet of reinforced body between the front and doors, and adding all manner of high-end accessories to create its “Executive Limousines.”

Boston.com article here

Related Topics: custom coachbuilders, Lehmann-Peterson, Lincoln, Lincoln-Continental, Presidential limousines, stretch limousine, vintage vehicles

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