Saturday, February 20, 2010

Ford Lincoln, 1930

Scanned from Portuguese magazine Ilustração, No. 114, September 16 1930. Click image for 1276 x 1822 size. Illustration by Anibal Tejada.


When observed from the plains, you can see the hills all the way up to the top of the Castle, as though the houses were on top of each other, some eleven stories high, and the last is at the same height as some other streets.

Júlio Cejador

The famous hanging houses of Cuenca look like some sort of miracle, when in fact they were born of unquestionable logic.

The marvelous appearance of the Lincoln astounds us with its elegance and aesthetics; but its impeccable line is no miracle, rather the consequence of a studied and meticulous construction.

Only thus could one hope to achieve a car that is the symbol of wealth, taste and cosmopolitanism."

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