It’s hard to think of a more American car than a Lincoln Continental.
But even its American heritage has been marred by controversy.
In fact, the original Continental’s name, “Lincoln” was changed to “Centennial” after the vehicle’s original owner, Andrew Carnegie, sold it to a bank in 1903.
In addition, many Americans consider it a symbol of greed and the corruption of America’s political system.
But the American public, especially those who have been paying attention to the brand, have been taking notice of the Continental’s performance over the past couple of years.
A look at the car in action: The car is also the subject of a new documentary called Lincoln’s American Nightmare.
The documentary, which premiered at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, focuses on the Lincoln Continental’s troubled history and its current status as the country’s most iconic sports car.
The film also explores the brand’s relationship with a few of the countrys most prominent politicians, including President Trump.
Read moreThe Lincoln Continental is one of Americas most iconic cars, and it has endured a few changes since its original release in 1955.
But what makes the car so special is the way it’s been used.
The Continental’s history dates back to the mid-19th century, when the automobile was a revolutionary new concept.
Its origins are obscure, but the Continental was designed in England in the late 1800s, and the first cars were actually produced there in 1895.
In 1914, the Continental became the first fully American sports car to be sold to the public.
By the early 20th century it had become the most popular car in the world, with more than 300 million cars sold.
The car was also the first to be produced at the sprawling, sprawling U.S. plant that would be called the Ford Motor Company in Dearborn, Michigan, which was later sold to General Motors.
The company was also responsible for building the Continental, and by the early 1930s it had already developed a reputation as one of the most efficient factories in the country.
But just as the company’s reputation grew, so did its problems.
The company had experienced a steady decline in profits and its reputation with customers was falling.
In 1937, General Motors decided to shut down the plant and the Continental ceased to be the most successful car in America.
The following year, the automaker shut down its Dearborn plant, which had produced the first of its many vehicles in that factory.
The new factory was a major undertaking, and in the process, the company ran up against some of its most challenging problems.
The most obvious of these problems was that the car had no internal combustion engine.
In order to create a more efficient vehicle, the manufacturer used a cylinder that ran through a supercharger that pumped air into the engine.
The superchargers were connected to the car’s front wheels through a pair of metal pipes, known as pistons, that ran down the outside of the car.
As the air pumped into the car, it created a vortex that sucked air out of the engine, causing the car to accelerate to high speeds.
By building a cylinder from cast iron, the car could produce more power than the one produced by a conventional engine.
Unfortunately, the two pistons had to be connected to each other, so the engine was also attached to the front wheels.
As a result, the superchargering unit needed to be replaced every five years, and a whole new batch of cars were built until the factory was forced to shuttered in 1943.
The factory also had to deal with some of the worlds largest problems, including the fact that the Continental had no seat belts.
It was the first car to have seat belts, and its introduction made headlines around the world.
But this was the companys worst nightmare: It was not only the car that caused the most problems, it was also one of its biggest fans.
The first Continental was a success, and with the car on the road, its popularity exploded.
By 1954, it had sold more than 20 million cars and was regarded as the world’s most successful sports car, which is how it was sold to Ford in 1962.
The brand’s reputation was on the rise, and so too was its profits.
By 1965, the cars’ sales had tripled, and Ford, which sold the first Continental to General, was in the midst of a major expansion.
The cars, which were the company s first foray into mass production, had to compete with the Mercedes-Benz SLK, Porsche 911 and Ford GT.
In 1967, the new Ford was introduced, and when it debuted, it wasn’t only the world s most popular sports car that won over the public’s imagination.
The Ford also changed the car industry, introducing the electric Chevrolet Camaro.
And in 1968, the first Ford Focus car was introduced.
All of these changes came at a cost: The Camaro was an all-new model, the Focus