The HIDDEN Malibu Mountains – Fireball Malibu Vlog 986

THE HIDDEN MALIBU MOUNTAINS – FIREBALL MALIBU VLOG 986 – Fireball and Kathie explore all week, the Hidden Malibu Mountains by hiking the Backbone and many other areas. Such beauty! WATCH TODAY’S VLOG!

LONG LOST 1938 LINCOLN ZEPHYR FOUND! – FMV572

LONG LOST 1938 LINCOLN ZEPHYR FOUND! – FMV572
Fireball heads to the home of Greg Gill who has discovered a long, lost (custom build for the Ford Family) 1938 LINCOLN ZEPHYR once owned by Edsel Ford. Then, nonsensical fun in the 2017 TOYOTA MIRAI Hydrogen Car in Malibu.

About the LINCOLN ZEPHYR from Wiki… The Lincoln-Zephyr was the lower-priced line of mid-size Lincoln luxury cars from 1936 until 1940. The Lincoln-Zephyr and Mercury, introduced in 1939, bridged the wide gap between Ford’s V-8 De Luxe line and the exclusive Lincoln K-series cars. This served a purpose similar to Cadillac’s smaller LaSalle “companion car”, the Chrysler Airstream, and Packard’s entry level Packard One-Twenty.

The car was conceived by Edsel Ford[3] and designed by Eugene Turenne Gregorie. The Zephyr’s V-12 engine was unique in its class, with the LaSalle having a V8 and the Chrysler and Packard straight 8s.

Introduced on November 2, 1935,[3] as a 1936 model, the Lincoln-Zephyr was extremely modern with a low raked windscreen, integrated fenders, and streamlined aerodynamic design, which influenced the name “zephyr”, derived from the Greek word zephyrus, or the god of the west wind. It was one of the first successful streamlined cars after the Chrysler Airflow’s market resistance. In fact, the Lincoln-Zephyr actually had a lower coefficient of drag than the Airflow, due in part to the prow-like front grille on the Zephyr. The Lincoln-Zephyr succeeded in reigniting sales at Lincoln dealerships in the late 1930s, and from 1941 model year, all Lincolns were Zephyr-based[4] and the Lincoln-Zephyr marque was phased out. Annual production for any year model was not large, but accounted for a large portion of the Lincoln brand’s sales. In its first year, 15,000 were sold, accounting for 80% of Lincoln’s total sales.

Production of all American cars halted in 1942 as the country entered World War II, with Lincoln producing the last Lincoln Zephyr on February 10.[5] After the war, most makers restarted production of their prewar lines, and Lincoln was no exception. The Zephyr name, however, was no longer used after 1942, with the cars simply called Lincolns.

The idea of a smaller and more modern luxury car to fill the gap in Lincoln’s traditional lineup was revisited in the 1950 Lincoln Lido (The Lido was the same size as other two-door Lincolns, though[6]), 1977 Lincoln Versailles, 1982 Continental, and 2000 Lincoln LS. The Zephyr name was resurrected in 2006 for the car’s spiritual successor, the Zephyr, which was quickly renamed the MKZ for 2007.