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Why did the Lincoln Project go dark?

The project to develop a $3.6 billion luxury Lincoln sedan is back on the market after it was shut down in 2010, but the project has been dormant since 2012.

In 2017, the Lincoln project was purchased by a private equity firm, and the firm has since been bought out by a consortium of Chinese firms.

The group behind the Lincoln is now planning to turn it into a luxury high-end car line.

The Lincoln Project was one of the most controversial projects of the 1960s, as it sought to build a luxury luxury sedan that would compete with the Cadillac Escalade.

The project has remained dormant since the late 1980s, until recently.

The last official project announcement was in 2004, when the project was still in development.

According to NBC News, the project had to go dark due to the financial crisis of 2008, but was still able to make news in the media.

A press release announcing the project’s return to the market said it was still the “most advanced project ever developed.”

The Lincoln project has a long history of controversy.

In addition to its development and production, the development of the Lincoln brand has been criticized for its image of being a luxury product, as well as for being the first luxury car to feature an electric motor.

In recent years, Lincoln has become the subject of a slew of lawsuits and protests over the way its cars are made.

In 2016, a lawsuit was filed against the Lincoln company, alleging that its vehicles are made of plastic, plastic is made from styrofoam, and that they are “dubious.”

In 2019, the company settled a lawsuit brought by a group of women claiming they were paid less than men for doing the same work.

The lawsuit, which was eventually settled in 2020, alleged that the women were being denied equal pay for equal work.

In 2021, the lawsuit was settled with the Lincoln Company agreeing to pay $2.7 million to the women.

In 2018, the plaintiffs filed a lawsuit against the company in an attempt to have a jury trial for alleged violations of the Civil Rights Act.