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AddLincoln's small car isn't dead... it never really existed

Here's the problem with releasing a concept: More often than not, people expect you to build it. So when a source tells you that a showcar doesn't have a shot at production, many assume it's been killed. Unless, that is, it was never going to come to market in the first place.

41Lincoln's small car isn't dead... it never really existed

Here's the problem with releasing a concept: more often than not, people expect you to build it. So when a source tells you that a showcar doesn't have a shot at production, many assume it's been killed. Unless, that is, it was never going to come to market in the first place.

28Report: Ford requests meeting with Lincoln dealers

With Mercury on the way to the morgue, there are plenty of very nervous Lincoln dealers in the United States. Ford Motor Company is looking to calm those nerves a bit by inviting dealers to Dearborn, MI on October 4. Automotive News reports that The Blue Oval is going to show dealers its plans for its North American-only luxury arm.

28Retooled Ford Wayne assembly plant to be company's most flexible

Workers building pre-production 2012 Ford Focus – Click above for high-res image gallery

AddReport: Mark Fields tells dealers new compact Mercury coming in 2011

Lincoln Concept C - Click for high-res image gallery

29Report: Mark Fields tells dealers new compact Mercury is coming in 2011

Lincoln Concept C - Click for high-res image gallery

28Report: Mercury planning C-segment vehicle for 2012

Lincoln Concept C - Click above for high-res image gallery

50Report: Ford could take Lincoln global (one day)

2011 Lincoln MKX – Click above for high-res image gallery

AddMonterey 2009: Concept and Show Car roundup at Pebble Beach

Concept Lawn at the 2009 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance - Click above for high-res image gallery

54REPORT: Lincoln and Mercury's new direction involves downsizing

Lincoln Concept C - Click above for high-res image gallery

AddDetroit 2009: Concept C, the smallest Lincoln ever

Click the Concept C for a high res gallery

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