This Lincoln Shi Fang Continental Mark VI On the Panther platform of the 1980 to 1983 model year, it is more Its huge Mark V predecessor But not so flexible, and certainly not so gorgeous. However, for the 1984 model, New Continental Mark VII Move to Fox platformTo make it Mustang So it is more like a real high-performance luxury coupe. By 1986, mainland The name disappeared from Mark VII (downgraded to Lincoln’s ease Land yacht), and the LSC version is equipped with the same furry V8 as the Mustang GT.today’s Junkyard gem It was one of the cars, found in a yard in Denver last month.
In 1988, all Mark VIIs were equipped with 225 horsepower 5.0 Increased output V8 engine, Same as Mustang GT.
Can I buy a manual transmission? Sadly, you can’t. It’s very easy to swap one for these cars, but the more likely exchange has always been to take 5.0 from the Mark VII and put it in a non-V8 Fox Mustang.
If you are buying BMW 5 series or Mercedes-Benz E-Class In 1988, Mark VII provided an attractive alternative to Detroit. The 1988 LSC sold for US$25,016 (approximately US$58,200 based on the 2021 price), while the new BMW 528e was priced at US$31,500 with only 127 horsepower.This M5 There is a wild six horses with 256 horses—31 more than the Mark VII—but it sells for as much as $46,500. at the same time, Benz The 260E only offers 158 horses and costs US$37,250.It’s true that both Germans offer manual transmissions, but there are actually about zero American luxury car buyers wanted Three pedals in the late 1980s.
There are less than 150,000 miles on this clock.
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