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On February 4, 1922, Ford Motor Company bought Lincoln Motor Company for $8 million. Ford was rapidly losing market share to General Motors at the time of the purchase. GM offered a variety of vehicles for American consumers, whereas Ford continued to focus on just the Model T.
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