A true luxury survivor with all the amenities you could want in a new car is what this 1990 Lincoln Mark VII LSC offers. But what makes this a true superstar is that beneath the full red appearance is the red-blooded heart of Ford's famous 5.0 fuel-injected V8.
Think of this as the grown-up's 5.0 Mustang. After all, the look is stunning but mature. It only gets better when you realize that the factory-original Garnet Red Metallic paint looks just as stunning in person as it does in the pictures. It's the kind of preservation that comes from only averaging around 1,100 miles annually and always being garage-kept. Lincoln really when for an exceptional level of style on the Mark VII. It has a very aerodynamic profile, but with just the right amount of fender flair to add a commanding presence. The details look great like the pinstriping that matches nicely with the full-length trim. And this survivor is complete right down to some of the best LSC (Luxury Sports Coupe) specific equipment like the Marchal fog lights (with covers) and the BBS-style wheels. It's an impressive total package that offered sporty extravagance in 1990, and it has matured into something even more special today.
Inside, the Currant Red is one of those perfect complementing hues to the exterior that gives this Lincoln a very European appearance. The dual sports and luxury nature of the LSC continues with a pair of comfortable bucket seats that can be power adjusted for that perfect grand touring position. And because low mileage means little seat time, this whole interior nearly feels factory-fresh. Like a true luxury Lincoln, this one is loaded with great features such a power windows, power locks, cruise control, anti-theft system, anti-lock brakes, driver's airbag, and automatic climate control. And one of the great things about owing a time capsule car is that cool period-correct pieces still work like the full digital diagnostic/trip computer. But if you're looking for more modern features, you'll appreciate the upgrade to an AM/FM/CD stereo with satellite radio and USB/iPod connection.
When you lift the hood, you'll see the unmistakable site of Ford's 5.0-liter fuel-injected V8. The same motor that made the Mustang the king of its era also gives this Lincoln some serious moves on the streets. Sure, you could upgrade this one just as easily and inexpensively as a Fox Mustang for even more power, but we really do like the stock look of this powerhouse as it is today. Not only does this car have an incredible luxury ride, but also Lincoln paid special attention to making sure the LSC had the right steering for its sporty image. Out on the road, upgrades like the four-speed overdrive transmission, gas shocks, and four-wheel disc brakes continued the grand touring performance feeling. This total package created one of the best luxury coupes ever in the Mark series, and so having the ultimate survivor version is that much more appealing.
Complete with original window sticker, this offers a survivor-grade vintage car, but with all the best amenities. And at this price, you know it won't wait very long. Call today!!!