Believe me, we do not try to hide literature
on our web site. Looking for a 1968 or 1973 Mercury
Cougar brochure and not finding exactly what you want?
Try our Multiple
Makes section and look under 'Lincoln/Mercury'.
During the 1960s and 1970s, dealerships frequently combined
makes owned by one manufactory, so they produced catalogs
that contained more than one make. But they also produced
literature that was dedicated to individual makes and
even individual models. Then to make it even harder
to find what you are looking for on our web site, they
produced literature on Fords, Mercurys and Lincolns
in catalogs under the name of 'Ford Motor Company'.
The same applies to makes produced by Chrysler Corporation.
You have Plymouth, Dodge, Chrysler and Imperial which
are at times combined under the heading of Chrysler
Corporation. But do not overlook Chrysler/Plymouth because
for a while Chrysler and Plymouth combined their stores.
And don't forget Daimler/Chrysler. This is just a sampling
of the combinations listed below.
While Hudson/Rambler or Aston Martin/Lagonda combinations
may seem to be logical, would you expect to find Ferrari
and Cadillac (just to name a few) under the Pininfarina
Group? Porsche and Mercedes Benz under Zender?
So now the secret is out. We are ready to take your
order. I can hardly wait until someone discovers the
Cadillac/LaSalle section. Have fun.