1990 Lincoln Mark VII LSC Special Edition 5.0 HO from North America
Easily a Hot Rod Lincoln
All four air bags have been replaced. The rear at 95,000 and the front at 130,000.
The transmission was rebuilt at 125,000.
Alternator went out at 120,000.
The gear assembly on the power antenna broke. The factory amp went out.
The front leather is torn, but the back seat is in good condition.
All four wheel bearings have been replaced.
Clear coat paint started to flake off at 100,000 and progressively got worse until it was painted at 145,000.
Fuel pump was replaced at 150,000.
The car was used quite heavily during its first 100,000 miles by a owner who lived on a rural gravel road in North Dakota. Combination of dirt, salt, and snow is most likely the cause of failure for airbag suspension and wheel bearings.
The best thing about this timeless luxury sport coupe is its engine. The 302 is the same as the early 90's Mustang GT's. Almost all after market performance parts are compatible to the Mark VII's. Oh yeah, Hot Rod Lincoln!
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 1st May, 2003