Liberty 12 Model A (Lincoln) V-12 Engine

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Co-designed in mid-1917 by Jesse Vincent of Packard Motor Car and Elbert Hall of Hall-Scott Motor Car, with a planned series of 4-, 6-, 8-, and 12-cylinder models, the Liberty Engine used only proven components to ensure workable engines in the shortest time. The Model L-8 was the first Liberty engine.

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04/03/2019 3:08

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Mark Avino

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A19850445000-NASM2019-03346

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