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Apr 3, 2007 at 6:31 pm
Nice Mark!!! smile image
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Feb 6, 2007 at 7:16 pm
Nice looking Lincoln.
That air ride and V8 must make you feel like your "Flying".
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Jan 6, 2007 at 5:18 pm
Thanks dude, nice Mark VIIs

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1990 Lincoln Mark VII LSC (Tha Lincoln)

Last updated May 13, 2007  

Photo of a 1990 Lincoln Mark VII LSC (Tha Lincoln)

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For sale, let me know if interested, great car, runs very strong, NO rust, shifts smooth, needs starter wire work.

Price $1,800 Or Best Offer
Mileage 113,000 miles
Color Black

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Well it was owned by my sister a couple years ago, she said it drove like ****, had problem after problem, I still dont see where she got that from, recived it with about 92,000 miles on it, it currently has about 108,000 running very strong...


It has a 302 5.0 HO with about 225 hp and has 300 pounds of torque. Automatic with 17 city and 24/ highway MPG.

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Continental Mark VII, later called just the Mark VII, was a large and luxurious rear wheel drive coupe from Lincoln. Introduced in 1984, the Continental Mark VII shared its platform with the Ford Thunderbird, Ford Mustang, and Lincoln Continental (the Ford Fox platform from the code name of the first program using the platform. The platform was originally based on the Ford Fairmont and Mercury Zephyr in the early 80s. It was manufactured at the Wixom Assembly Plant in Wixom, Michigan through 1992. It was replaced by the Lincoln Mark VIII in 1993.

The Mark VII had most comfort/convenience options that were available in the 1980s. This included all power accessories, leather seating, keyless entry, an onboard trip computer/message center, digital instruments (on all except the LSC models after 1986). All Mark VIIs came with full air suspension with an electronic ride control system

The Mark VII was the first American vehicle with electronic 4-channel antilock brakes (November 1984, 6 months before the Corvette). It was also the first American vehicle with composite headlights.


Mods: Removed trim molding, removed air silencer, Flowmaster exhaust

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