1993 Ford Taurus SHO Boss Wagon Sidles Up to the Old West

 1993 Ford Taurus SHO Boss Wagon Sidles Up to the Old West

From the April 1993 issue of Car and Driver.

Apart from the Justice of the Peace in Lincoln getting shot in both buttocks while hoeing onions, what is remarkable about New Mexico’s wild west—and so quintessentially American—is that it is accessible in the manner of those other uniquely American totems of today, McDonald’s and Burger King. You simply drive your car right through it all, picking up historical McNuggets.

In the case of”America’s Most Dangerous Street,” which is all of four blocks in length, you get a bucketful of nuggets. Drive the main (and only) street of Lincoln, New Mexico—population 70—and you see an antique town of squat adobe buildings untouched for a century and set against a backdrop of mountains strewn with boulders, scruffy pines, and snow. You also pass the sites of 40-odd murders committed…

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