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|Body style(s)||4-seat sedan|
The Lincoln Capri was a fullsize automobile sold by Ford's Lincoln luxury division. It was introduced for the 1952 model year and deleted after the 1959 model year. The Capri was named the safest car for 1955 in Life. It shared body dies with the Ford Victoria. The Capri featured a 5.6 L (340ci) V8 with a 3-speed automatic transmission, weighed 4,245 lb (1,925 kg), and was roughly as long as a modern Town Car at 216 in (5486 mm). The Capri was also one of the first vehicles to feature an automatic headlight dimmer.
- Standard Catalogue of American Cars, 1945-1975
Lincoln, a luxury division of Ford Motor Company – road car timeline, 1970s–present
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