Car had been sitting in this old guy's garage.
The car would stall when I threw it in reverse when I had the A/C on but stopped doing that after first 100 miles driven.
DID NOT like the fact that there are NO cup holders in the car. But the ride is so smooth that if you'd put the drink on the dash board it probably wouldn't go anywhere.
At 87000 miles AMP light turned on. Thought it was alternator (car parts store said it was, and I suspected it was,) but a bundle of wires managed to get loose and make their way on the headers which burned them. Took thirty minutes to re-wire. Cost 0$
When you get in the car for the first time, you know you're sitting on luxury AT ITS BEST.
Running over a pothole or a speed hump in this car feels like running over a plastic bag.
Leather is INTACT (no scratches or discoloration) after 20 years.
Plenty of lights in the car (4 in the back seat alone)
The trunk is HUGE. You can fit a tall hamper in the trunk, standing up.
You can seriously fit just about anything in this trunk and have room left over for bodies.
Back seats are HUGE. I fit six friends in my back seat and there's an extra seat belt for an extra passenger in the middle front seat.
Lots of room for feet or groceries.
I don't smoke but there are three ashtrays and lighters: one in front middle and two in back seat which is probably smoker's paradise.
Car practically drives itself. Steering is light but very precise/accurate.
I've only done this to test its limits in case of an emergency, but IF you floor it, you will burn rubber. you don't need to floor it though, it's a Lincoln.
I am very light on the gas pedal and am getting 20MPG in the city. Pretty good for a 4000 pound car.
Very good cruise control (on steering wheel)
Again, the back seats are so spacious you could get freaky in the back seats and not get leg cramps.