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Lincoln Motor Co
 
Lincoln Motor Co
  
WWI A large number of light "chasers" were built in America to hunt enemy submarines; these small craft were fitted with twin screws and reversible six-cylinder petrol engines built by the Lincoln Motor Co.<ref>The Engineer 1919/12/04</ref>
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WWI A large number of light "chasers" were built in America to hunt enemy submarines; these small craft were fitted with twin screws and reversible six-cylinder petrol engines built by the Lincoln Motor Co.<ref>The Engineer 1919/02/14</ref>
  
 
1922 The [[Ford Motor Co]] acquired the Lincoln Motor Co.
 
1922 The [[Ford Motor Co]] acquired the Lincoln Motor Co.
  
 
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== See Also ==
 
 
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Latest revision as of 13:11, 19 July 2018

Lincoln Motor Co

WWI A large number of light "chasers" were built in America to hunt enemy submarines; these small craft were fitted with twin screws and reversible six-cylinder petrol engines built by the Lincoln Motor Co.[1]

1922 The Ford Motor Co acquired the Lincoln Motor Co.

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  1. The Engineer 1919/02/14