In 1956, the designation of the world's most expensive car belonged to Lincoln.
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Hybrid naysayers constantly say hybrids aren't worth the extra cost because it will take years to recover the premium paid for their high-tech vehicles versus a non-hybrid equivalent.
These days what comes to mind at the mention of Lincoln is likely to be the currently in-theater film about America's famously bearded, 16th president, played by Daniel Day-Lewis.
The 2011 Los Angeles Auto Show is fast becoming memory as we occupy our minds with filling Thanksgiving tables with mashed potatoes and gravy, green bean casserole, and the now-traditional turducken.