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280 MPH 1976 Lincoln Continental

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Gives new meaning to the moniker "Hot Rod Lincoln"

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What the f@#k is wrong with this guy; how did this even look good on paper? Did he actually believe even for a split second that he would even come close to making it?

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Something with a whole hell of a lot more stabilizer fins that didn't weigh more than Aunt Jemima on an elephant, sure. ...but who really thought this would work and not catch wind and flip in the air like it did? Did they not take air resistance into account?

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