1989 Lincoln Town Car Singniture 5.0 Liter from North America
The thermostat or water pump needs replaced. Radio/Tape player sound system needs work fades down a little then the comes back up. Repainted gray, and the vinyl top was redone to black. Engine runs good gut needs cleaned up. Floor board proably won't rust out in the next 15 years. Interior is done in gray seat are pleather. wearing a little. Rides smooth. I'm going to cut the coils to make it a low rider. I'm also going to get the tires realigned.
Great car. Won't get rid of it for anything.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 3rd January, 2005
19th Jul 2005, 14:37
Be carefull on lowering this car...
The nose is very long and has additional lateral supports to keep it rigid. If you scrape the ground and damage these supports, you may be in for some serious trouble.
21st Feb 2006, 17:43
My 89 white on white signature town car. This one looks new. It has no dents and the paint even looks new. interior looks new with white seats and the carpet is red. I have never had any trouble with this car. People think the car is new. I will never get rid of this car.
3rd Aug 2007, 09:54
Hang on to that White on White Town Car. A white TC with matching interior is rare. Most White Town Cars have an interior in Blue or Red.
2nd Nov 2013, 01:53
I've got a 1980 Lincoln Mark VI, which is basically the same chassis, and it's had an aftermarket air bag suspension installed. I'd greatly recommend this over cutting your springs. It rides beautifully and it's fun to show off. If you're planning to keep the car long-term, why not invest in it rather than doing something which will lower the value.