Lincoln Mercury, the newest car company with headquarters in Southern California, took full opportunity to make a big splash at its first “home” auto show with several concept cars at the 1999 Los Angeles Auto Show. Most significant was the Lincoln Blackwood, a luxurious SUV-pickup based off the Navigator. The vehicle likely will go into production in small volumes, perhaps in 2000. Mercury, meanwhile, unveiled the Cougar S, a high performance variant of the Cougar that features ...
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