The Lincoln Motor Company was founded by the Henry Leland and son after
they left Cadillac in 1919 in order to manufacture motors for the war effort
during WWI. Interestingly enough, the company was named for the first president
for whom father Henry had voted. When the war ended the Lelands had a modern
manufacturing plant and the decision was made to manufacture a new luxury
motorcar with the first Lincoln vehicle being completed in September of 1920.
Shortly thereafter, in late 1921 the company found itself in dire financial
straits and the company was sold to the Ford Motor Company.
Skip ahead almost a century and Lincoln is still going strong. The fabled Town Car was introduced in 1981 and by 2006 it was the largest American made car measuring nearly 18 feet (that's
a whole lot of vehicle wrap!). In 2002 the Lincoln LS (Luxury Sport) was introduced and between 2003 and 2005 the company also produced the mid-sized, luxury Lincoln Aviator SUV.
All of these advancements and the restructing of the company after the related
Mercury marque was cut paved the way for the Mark LT, MKX, MKZ and redesigned Navigator.
Whatever Lincoln you own, now's the time to customize and upgrade it wih a
complete or partial vehicle wrap from a brand like Rwraps™ or 3M™.
When you choose an Rwraps™ or Series 1080 vehicle wrap film you get your
chice of over 200 different colors and styles. Take your pick of Satin, Matte,
Chrome, Chameleon, Flip or Gloss finishes and great textures and patterns like
Carbon Fiber, Brushed metals, Rust and more. Not only can you get factory-style,
color change wraps from 3M™ to restore your Lincoln to its former glory, you'll
get styles you just can't spray on when you use these vinyl wraps.
If you've ever wrapped a vehcile before (and we're assuming that's most of
you) we're here to help you figure out how much you'll need to buy. Just use the following formula to figure out how much vinyl your Lincoln will need to
get a complete wrap. Simply calculate the length of your vehicle and
multiply it by three (one for each side and the roof, hood and trunk). Next, add an
extra 5 to 15 feet for bumpers, rocker panels, spoilers and mistakes. The
following example should help:
You've got a lot of options when it comes to wrapping your Lincoln car or SUV. In
other words, you don't have to commit to wrapping your whole Lincoln MKC from bumper to bumper.
Instead, focus on individual panels to protect against specific dangers or to
get that one-of-a-kind look.
When you apply your Lincoln vehicle wrap one panel at a time you have complete
control over how much of your car is covered saving you time and money.
Here's a look at some different options you have when it comes to applying a
vinyl wrap to your car:
Please note: Lincoln vehicle wraps are meant for application
only on OEM paint jobs. They're not meant for aftermarket paint jobs
that don't have OEM clear coats.
All of our Lincoln vehicle wraps are made for use it right out of the box for
the amateur or DIY installer. Because they're not cheap, calendared films you can depend on them
not to discolor or deform even around the most extreme of curves. Enjoy the
convenience and quality of our pro-grade, ready vehicle wraps and get to wrapping.
Whether you want to completely wrap your Lincoln MKZ or just add a little
style to your with partial vehicle wraps, we've got you covered. Best of all,
when you submit a review and 5 or 6 high-quality pics of your wrap installed,
you can get up to $20 Cash Back. Plus, we'll even feature you on our YouTube
channel and site. What could be better? Fame, fortune and a freshly wrapped
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