The 1932 Lincoln K-Series was one of Lincoln’s first appearances as part of the Ford family, having made its official debut with its new parent company the year before. Edsel Ford, in charge of overseeing Lincoln after its acquisition, paid special attention to the development of the Model K, as the K-Series was alternatively called. With rounder lines and a longer body than its predecessor, the L-Series, the K-Series lifted the Lincoln marque from almost-certain doom.
1970 Dodge Coronet R/T. One of my all time favorite Mopars (although I'm partial to Plymouths for the most part). I love the grill on this. It looks like an inverted GTO front end with the two "eyes" reversed. I really love the Coronet, and think they'll pick up value as the Chargers did over the next few years. Much cooler than the Cuda, for about 1/10 the price. It's a no-brainer! :)