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Would You Buy a Lincoln Concept Car?

Posted July 30, 2010 12:01 AM by CarDomain

Car guys like to moan and groan about all the sweet concept cars that are unveiled each year at the auto shows, but that will never be available for purchase. Well, guess what. They are now - as long as you don't mind owning a Lincoln.

The 2004 Mark X concept, the Lincoln version of the Ford Thunderbird, will be among those put up for auction, along with the 2001 MK9 concept, the 2004 Aviator, the 2005 MKS, and (total hotness) the 2004 Navicross.

There's just one problem, though. These cars aren't going to be able to be legally registered to drive in the U.S. Also, I'd imagine that getting parts for at least some of them might present some problems.

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