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LS swap all the things!!!

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Project Lincoln MKX Part 1

The ID Agency recently received delivery of the new 2011 Lincoln MKX. The new project vehicle will make it’s debut this November at the annual SEMA convention in the Ford / Lincoln manufacturer booth. With only a few weeks left until the trade show the project will undergo a full makeover and will be documented on through the ID Agency Blog and here on Fatlace. More information to come as we announce a few special partners on this build.

4 Responses to Project Lincoln MKX Part 1

  1. I will be closely following this one, it’s nice to see a Lincoln project for once. I’d be interested in seeing what you could do with an MKS if the opportunity ever arises.

  2. Wow this is exciting. I really want to see what can be done with this car. Will they let you flush it out?

  3. shotgun for lunch on friday!

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