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Online Car Shopping Tools for Drivers Near Round Rock, TX

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The experience of shopping for a new car can be a little overwhelming. It’s easy to fall in love with a new Lincoln SUV or sedan, but figuring out the logistics of loans, financing, and trade-ins can be tougher. Here at Mac Haik Lincoln, our expert team members are ready and willing to help you with Lincoln financing. But we also know that many drivers prefer to start the car-buying process online. If that’s you, we’re here to help! 

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Why Drivers near Austin, TX Should Get Regular Tire Service

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When it comes to car maintenance, most drivers know the basics: changing your oil every few thousand miles, getting your brakes checked every so often, replacing batteries before they die. Even though most drivers know exactly what their vehicles need, it can be difficult to stay on top of routine maintenance. Luckily for you, our service technicians here at Mac Haik Lincoln are always available for your service needs, but we want to spend a little extra time highlighting an often overlooked part of vehicle maintenance: tire service. 

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FBF: Baraty-Eye View

Happy #FlashbackFriday, everyone! To celebrate the end of the work week, take a break and read (or re-read) "Navid Baraty’s Incredible NYC Rooftop Views," an early Lincoln Now piece about an electrical-engineer-turned-photographer Navid Baraty.

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TBT: Looking Back at Edsel Ford

"Edsel Ford was born in Detroit, Michigan on November 6, 1893. The only son of Henry and Clara Ford, his early childhood years were relatively quiet. Clara cared for the home and Henry worked at a factory in Detroit. They lived in a modest house with a backyard and a shed where Henry worked on his 'horseless carriage.'"

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Throwback Thursday: "The Real Deal"

This Thursday, we're throwing it back to December, when Lincoln published "The Real Deal," an article about Steve Kingston and his Clam Shack in Kennebunkport, Maine. Steve prides himself on using the freshest local seafood, and his customers can taste the difference.

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A Film to Feel

To ease the pain of another Monday, take a break and read about a groundbreaking virtual reality film that premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival last month. The film is called Allumette, and it came from Eugene Chung's Penrose Studios. Below, Chung talks about the project.

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Over a Century of Oysters

"Brett and his family have been buying seed oysters, growing, harvesting and sending them from Little Skookum Shellfish Growers, the family homestead that’s been operating for over a century. His parents, both over 100 years in age, have shared the property, their house just a short walk through the forest from Brett’s own home."

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