Leif Hendricksen and I met in the mid-90s after a friend told me Leif owned my grandfather’s car! My Grandpa Claude passed in 1967 and I knew of his previous rides. Turns out, it belonged to his brother, my Great Uncle Harry Rubens.
Classic Car articles
Ford bought Lincoln in 1922 and Henry’s son Edsel was charged with taking over the luxury line as his personal baby.
Black is the toughest color to keep clean or make attractive.
This American-powered exotic was imported from Italy from 1971 - 1974
The Mercury Comet arrived on the planet in 1960, and like other makes, had underpinnings borrowed from corporate sibling the Ford Falcon, but with an upgraded interior and a bit more highbrow trim package.
The combination of a steep 4.44 rear end gear and the ultra-low first gear on the non-synchromesh three-speed trans makes the little soldiering six move out.