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3 Things You Should Do Before Trusting a Mechanic With Your Car

 

Your Lincoln vehicle does a lot for you. On top of getting you from point A to point B in luxurious comfort and style, it also keeps you and your family safe on the road. That’s why it’s incredibly important that you trust your vehicle to only the best in the business.

 

At Carman Lincoln in New Castle, our customers come first. That’s why we’re telling you about these three important things that you should do before you hand your keys over to just anyone

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Local New Castle, DE Adventures


 

The temperatures are rising, the sun is staying out longer, and everyone wants to get out and start adventuring! Deciding where to take your next weekend getaway can be a tough decision, so Carman Lincoln has put together a list of some of the most noteworthy local attractions.

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Lincoln and Serena Williams Team Up to Mentor Young Female Athletes



American professional tennis player Serena Williams spends a lot of time riding in a vehicle, between going to tennis training sessions and tournaments or traveling. She teamed up with Lincoln to optimize her time spent on the road and launched "Serena's Circle," a closed Instagram group that will allow her to mentor young female athletes. 
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The 1955 Lincoln Futura: The Original Batmobile


Did you know the original Batmobile from the 1960s television series and Batman: The Movie was a Lincoln? It’s true. The famous superhero car was originally a 1955 Lincoln Futura, albeit, with quite a few bat-themed custom modifications added.


The Lincoln Futura was a single-production concept car produced by the Lincoln Motor Company in 1954 created by Lincoln Styling Department designers Bill Schmidt, Doug Poole Sr., and John Najjar.


The Lincoln Futura prototype was built by hand by the Ghia Body Works company in Turin, Italy. To turn this cutting-edge concept into a three-dimensional, fully operational machine required a…

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