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New products lift spirits of Lincoln dealers

The mood at the Lincoln make meeting brightened considerably this year. "This was by far the most optimistic Lincoln make meeting we've had in an awfully long time," said Bill Knight, chairman of the Lincoln National Dealer Council and owner of Bill Knight Lincoln in Tulsa, Okla.  » READ
 

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