1928 Lincoln Motor Cars Sales Folder. Lincoln Sports Touring. An Extra Hundred Miles a Day. Those who travel in a Lincoln find they can easily add an extra hundred miles a day to the touring schedule they count on in less powerful cars. The riding ease of the Lincoln, due in part to the torque tube drive principle which frees the springs from any duty except that of cradling the weight of the car, is so remarkable that the lognest drive is never tiring to driver or passengers. Futhermore, high speeds may be indefinitely sustained - for the Lincoln has the stamina to back up its performance.
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