When you would like to hear a little news in your Lincoln on the drive in to work, the radio comes in quite handy. The radio relies on the Lincoln antenna to operate, and without it, all you would hear is static. It may seem like an unimportant part, but it is directly responsible for capturing the radio waves from the sky. When a radio station broadcasts, it sends out a large stream of electromagnetic energy. The Lincoln antenna is made out of metal, because metal has electrons that are easily transferred away from the host molecule. As the energy of the radio wave encounters the Lincoln antenna, it sends a stream of electrons into the amplifiers of the radio. The radio then makes the signal more powerful and turns it into something the human ear can comprehend. If the Lincoln antenna is broken or missing, the radio will not receive enough of a signal to amplify into anything but static. Fortunately, our online catalog has the perfect Lincoln antenna to replace your broken unit, at a much lower price than what the dealership would charge. It is designed to be a duplicate for the original, so installation is as easy as removing the broken part and replacing it with the new Lincoln antenna. It comes with a full warranty from the manufacturer and it will last just as long as the stock unit did. We also carry the powered version of the Lincoln antenna, if your car was so equipped. Our website makes it easy to find the perfect one for your vehicle, and with our quick shipping, your new Lincoln antenna will be at your door, ready to install, soon.