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  1. Owing a "Bathtub" Lincoln in 2020 My wife and I have a 1950 Lincoln Cosmopolitan Sport Sedan - that we purchased from an elderly friend - back in 2008 for $2,500. It doesn't run - but it's all there. Looking at classic cars today (2020) - I've noticed that the "bathtub" shaped cars are coming in. Modern cars look so different to the "bathtub" shaped cars of the 1950's. The cars of the 1950's, that had lots of chrome and large fins, are now selling between $50,000 to $140,000 dollars. And muscle cars of the 1960's to the 1970's - for even more. The collector genre ha
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