1980 Ford Lincoln Continental Mark Vi Deluxe Sales Catalog Brochure #80-205 on 2040-parts.com
Dewitt, Michigan, US
Country of Manufacture:United States
1980 Ford Lincoln Continental Mark VI Deluxe Sales Catalog Brochure #80-205. See description for applications. Item as is: been sitting on the shelf for awhile, colors look great, no creased pages.
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On Oct-01-13 at 07:50:11 PDT, seller added the following information:
Lincoln for Sale
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SAIC European Design Centre
Brands MG and Roewe
Established 2010 (in current guise)
Location Longbridge, UK
Studio leader Martin Uhlarik
SAIC's presence in Europe is limited at best through its MG brand, but if its sales are almost exclusively concentrated in its home Chinese market currently, MG's design roots are firmly planted in its spiritual British soil. All current Morris Garages cars – the MG6, 3 and 5 (in chronological order) as well as the CS concept shown at the Shanghai motor show in April – are products of SAIC's European Design Centre in Longbridge, near Birmingham in the English midlands, albeit finalized in Shanghai. The studio was opened in 2010 after a £5million investment in SAIC's UK Technical Centre but such are the ambitions of the company that it has already received a further £1.5million investment to almost double its size.