Thank you for taking the time to consider Auto Inspection Service as your Lincoln service provider. Your service can be provided by anyone. We would like to go beyond service and provide you with an experience that keeps you coming back; to build a relationship based on trust. Everyone is looking for a service provider they can go to with confidence, wouldn’t you agree? Don’t you want the assurance that the work will be done by professionals who have the acquired skills to perform the job successfully with competence? The reality is, you want the facts about your vehicle and you want the truth. We will honor your request with moral character and ethical principles. We will be fair and impartial, giving you the reliance of fulfillment and promise.
Two Year Parts and Labor Limited Warranty
WE PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING SERVICES FOR YOUR LINCOLN :
- Seat Covers and Floor Mats
- Oil Changes / Scheduled Maintenance
- Engine Tune Ups
- Wheel and Tire Service
- Repair / Reset Annoying Warning Lights
- Engine Performance
- Electrical Problems
- Engine Repair
- Engine Exchange: Re-manufactured or Used
- Automatic and Manual Transmissions Service
- Heating and A/C - HVAC
- Suspension Struts and Shocks
- Disc and Drum Brakes / ABS
- Steering Racks / Tie Rod Ends / Ball Joints
- Drive Shaft / U Joints / CV Shafts
- Exhaust and Muffler Repair
- Windshields and door glass
A Few Facts About Lincoln
Lincoln is an American luxury vehicle brand of the Ford Motor Company which are sold mostly in North America.
Henry M. Leland formed the Lincoln Motor Company in August 1915, named after Abraham Lincoln, his longtime hero, to build Liberty aircraft engines with his son Wilfred using cylinders supplied by Ford Motor Company.
The Lincoln Motor Company was purchased by Ford Motor Company 1922 and became the Lincoln Division of Ford Motor Company from May, 1940.
Lincoln contracted with dozens of coachbuilders during the 1920s and early 30s to create multiple custom built vehicles, to include American, Anderson, Babcock, Holbrook, Judkins, Lang, LeBaron, Locke, Murray, Towson, and Willoughby in the 1920s. Murphy, Rollston, and Waterhouse were added in the 1930s.
In 1927, Lincoln attached a greyhound as the hood ornament, then in the 1930s used a coat of arms with a red cross in the center and a knights helmet at the top as the official emblem. The coat of arms appeared on various Lincoln models until the mid 1950s where the coat of arms evolved into the framed four pointed star that is currently in use.
In 1932, Lincoln introduced the V12-powered KB platform along side the V8 powered KA platform with an all new streamlined appearance.
Lincoln has a long history of providing official state limousines for the U.S. President. The first car specially built for Presidential use was the 1939 Lincoln V12 convertible called the "Sunshine Special" used by Franklin D. Roosevelt. It remained in use until 1948.
A 1950 Lincoln Cosmopolitan called the "Bubble Top" was used by Presidents Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy, and once by Johnson. It was retired in 1965.
A 1969 Lincoln was used by Nixon and a 1972 Lincoln used by Presidents Ford, Carter, Reagan, and Bush. A 1989 Lincoln was the last Presidential Lincoln as of 2004.
In 1998 Lincoln was the best-selling luxury brand in the United States, helped by the massive success of the Navigator SUV, and a redesign of the Town Car as well as the Continental.
Lincoln achieved its two best sales years to date in 1989 (200,315) and 1990 (231,660) thanks largely to the continuing popularity of the redesigned Continental, introduced in December 1987, and success of the redesigned Town Car introduced in October 1989.
Although a luxury division, Lincoln has not been absent from motorsports. Lincoln participated in different motorsport series from the fifties through eighties and nineties.