1995 Lincoln Town Car Congressional Town Sedan 4.6L V8 from North America
You want luxury, then you want a Town Car!
Well when I first got this car, the owner told me that he had dropped his second brand new transmission into it. Since I've had it, it needed a heater core, water pump, new fan belt, tires, and an air compressor for the air suspension.
It just goes to show you that these Ford products can definitely last you to almost 300,000 miles when you take care of the car. This car runs like brand new; there is no missing, no hesitation, no vibrations, nothing. It rides very smooth and runs like a Lincoln is supposed to run. I wouldn't give this car up for the world. Before this, I had a 1992 Ford Crown Victoria base model and decided to sell it because it was pretty bad in the snow. Even though I was a little nervous about the mileage on this Town Car, I realized that the $3700 I paid for it was worth it. And with the posi-traction, traction assist, and anti-lock brakes, this car moves great in the snow with its RWD. I am very impressed with this car and, since I am only 18, very lucky to own my beautiful land yacht that still looks like it came off the showroom floor.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 10th December, 2005
3rd Jan 2006, 20:29
Wow theres young people like me driving these cars I'm 20 and have my 92 Grand marquis before that I have a 88 town car it will run 300,000 miles easy with general maintenance. I think you paid a little too much for that car though.
11th Jan 2006, 21:36
Hi, I have a 95 and 97 Town, both are horrible in the snow, the rear just swings all over. You said that the car was great in the snow. What is your secret? Please tell me. I would really appreciate it since we get snow here in NYC from time to time.