1994 Lincoln Mark VIII LSC 4.6L DOHC V8 from North America


Style, comfort, a high performance bargain


Tachometer not working since purchase.

Cruise control quit working at 85000 miles.

Air ride system went out at 105000, presently undergoing repair.

General Comments:

This car is amazingly quick, and will easily take on anything on the road.

She shines like a brand new car in the original rose mist color, nick named "Priscilla, Queen of the highway", her windows have been tinted to keep her driver anonymous to the world.

Chrome wheels, power moon roof, 10 disc CD changer, and built in phone. what else could you ask for in a car.

Comfortable seats with lumbar supports, starting to show a little age on the driver side.

Very roomy and comfortable, especially on long trips, although a little shallow in the trunk space. No need for heavy packing.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 14th October, 2002

22nd Oct 2003, 06:17

I replaced my 94 Mk 8 air with springs in the rear and McPherson struts in the front. No more air ride, no more problems. I bought them from Strutmasters.com, but I think you could replace with struts from Tbird.

8th Nov 2004, 10:28

Hello I just bought a mark 8 and love it. Its green with tan interior. It also came with a built in phone. If anyone reads this the phone in the car is not hooked up and would love to hook it up so I can use it. If anyone knows who will give me service for this car phone will you please e-mail me at shilinga1@sbcglobal.net and tell me who to call to get service hooked up. I thank you very much. Rick.

1994 Lincoln Mark VIII from North America


Smooth, powerful, and stylish


Driver side mirror power stopped working. Had to have it replaced with a used mirror. Very delicate motor.

Front suspension seems to need repair. The front of the car will "deflate" if left to sit more than 6 hours. However, within 2 or 3 minutes of starting the car, it always re-inflates itself.

Windshield wiper motors had to be replaced with rebuilt ones as they would not recede when turned to the off position (which made driving difficult at night with the wipers in the field of view).

General Comments:

There isn't a smoother highway car in existence. This car was built to run effortlessly at 70 to 80 MPH, and still get +/-25 mpg. Just set the cruise and let it glide. (perhaps the Auto-bond would be a better place to drive it).

Black on Black. This car always gets comments on it's looks (the 96' wheels help)..."is that a brand new car?" no, it's almost 10 years old.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 9th July, 2002