Lincoln Mark Vii

Orlando Sentinel's view

November 14, 1991

Ford has two unique cars in its lineup. There’s the Taurus SHO, a high-performance sports sedan with a special 24-valve Yamaha V-6 engine. And there is this week’s test car, a 1991 Li... Read More
The Morning Call and's view

December 19, 1987

Defining the Lincoln Mark VII LSC is more difficult than driving it. The LSC stands for luxury sport coupe which should give a clue to its nature. However, this is sort of misleading. The LSC is ... Read More's view

October 30, 1987

PSSST! Yuppies and buppies. Over here. C’mon. Gotta deal for you. I know things have been rough lately, with the stock market acting crazy and everything. And I know some of your portfolios a... Read More
The Morning Call and's view

January 17, 1987

Is there life after a Mustang GT? Apparently Ford Motor Co. thinks so, because it is offering a step-up version of its popular pony car – a car suitable for someone who wants the performanc... Read More's view

December 5, 1986

SMOOTH, beautiful thing. Automotive libido at its best. Modest? No way. The 1987 Lincoln Mark VII LSC is a nice piece of work. Perfect? Nahhh. Hardly anything on four wheels is perfect. This one ... Read More's view

July 20, 1986

Lincoln Mark VII LSC. A very good car got even better with the additionof a more powerful 200 horsepower 5-liter V-8 to replace the 180 horsepower 5-liter of a year ago. The engine basically is the... Read More
The Morning Call and's view

July 14, 1984

The Lincoln Continental had its beginning back in 1939 as a specially built car for Edsel Ford. Back then (and even today) it was a knockout. It had a long, low, horizontal look and a lot of class... Read More
The Morning Call and's view

January 28, 1984

The Continental Mark VII is the latest in the series of personal/luxury cars from Lincoln and, besides being the smallest and most aerodynamic Mark of all times, it is a Mark that might have the b... Read More