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I always toyed with the idea of a Lincoln since I was a kid. Given the state of the market, what can and can't be built, and inventory, it finally became a reality.

My 2021 Corsair Reserve (Red Carpet / Ebony-Cashew) with almost everything (no active suspension, but 2.3L, tech, elements, Perfect Position seats, trailer towing, and even the spare tire). Just need to tint the front windows, grab some WeatherTech mats, and get that elusive rear package shelf. 20211201_123521.jpg

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I feel like I'm gonna need another degree to figure out every detail. Oh well, hope to find out more here!
 

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I always toyed with the idea of a Lincoln since I was a kid. Given the state of the market, what can and can't be built, and inventory, it finally became a reality.

My 2021 Corsair Reserve (Red Carpet / Ebony-Cashew) with almost everything (no active suspension, but 2.3L, tech, elements, Perfect Position seats, trailer towing, and even the spare tire). Just need to tint the front windows, grab some WeatherTech mats, and get that elusive rear package shelf. View attachment 11942

20211201_083803-jpg.11944


I feel like I'm gonna need another degree to figure out every detail. Oh well, hope to find out more here!
Welcome aboard! And thank you for signing up. Congratulations on your new Lincoln Corsair! What did the Corsair replace for you? I'm glad you found us. :)
 
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