LOS ANGELES — The names are as familiar to car enthusiasts as they are to anyone who ever mixed up a batch of martinis: Coupe de Ville, Fleetwood, Eldorado and, of course, Continental.
In the 1950s and 1960s, they were the luxury barges of the Mad Men era, rolling symbols of American success and abundance. Then, as the age of fitness and non-fat yogurt dawned, Detroit couldn't distance itself fast enough from its potbellied image. Automakers set out to permanently banish gas-chugg...
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