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Mint 1997 Lincoln Mark VIII LSC sale/trade for Town Car or Navigator

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Mint 1997 Lincoln Mark VIII LSC sale/trade for Town Car or Navigator – $4000 (williamsport)

1997 Lincoln Mark VIII LSC odometer: 123000

Lincoln Mark VIII 1997

I am selling a very special luxury 2 door coupe which only has 123,000 miles.

E.P.A. 18-28 MPG Thanks for considering this beautiful car.

One thing’s certain, you won’t have any problem distinguishing this top of the line 1997 Mark VIII LSC from the rest of the luxury look alike crowd. To begin with it looks like it is moving even sitting in your driveway! Not too many luxury cars can say that today.

For another thing it’s hard to imagine that there are too many cars out there from this era that can legitimately be described as original and still look this new. Considering its age, you’d think it was a fully restored luxury sports coupe and not this original beauty showing only 123,000 pampered miles.

And why not? It’s been garaged and driven only an average of 7,000 miles a year since new. With its monochromatic paint job, there is very little chrome and what’s there is mint.

This is truly the high point of American performance combined with luxury. The sleek styling of the exterior combined with the elegant interior with its soft leather seats and computerized status readout make this a unique automobile. The air-ride suspension makes you feel like you’re floating at times. At other times the sports tuned suspension lets you corner like the car was painted on the road.

The body styling and chrome wheels absolutely turn heads and gate guards will think twice before questioning your right to enter. With the best possible combination of features offering Lincoln class and comfort combined with Ford’s powerhouse InTech 32-valve engine when you drive this Mark VIII you do truly own the road.

At 290 horsepower and 295 feet pounds of torque, the Mark VIII’s 4.6-liter overhead-cam V-8 provides tons of smooth, seamless power. With its high-performance exhaust note adding an element of nostalgia, this hot-rod Lincoln can’t decide whether to cruise the country club or show off at the drag strip. It’s fast and it’s responsive, thanks to the sports suspension that irons out the rough spots while keeping this cruiser remarkably level on curves, thanks to computer-adjusted air springs.

Supportive leather seats are set in a wide, roomy cabin, all nicely appointed, with an uncluttered dashboard holding gauges and controls that are simple and straightforward. The wide doors make it easy to get in and out of the front and rear seats. The trunk is enormous.

As you’d expect, the Mark VIII comes loaded to the gills with features, some of which are pretty unusual:

*Outside mirrors that tilt down when you back up and with built-in turn signals to warn nearby

drivers of lane changes.

*When the doors are unlocked by remote control, the mirrors illuminate the sides of the car and the

ground with what Lincoln called ”puddle lamps.”

*Neon lighting on the rear deck.

*High-intensity-discharge (HID), low-beam headlamps that produce 2.7 times more light than halogen

lamps while using much less power. On high beams, they could double as airplane landing lights.

*A computer system that, with the touch of a button, analyzes major mechanical systems, computes

gas mileage, checks the oil, displays the date and time, and tells you which way you’re going.

*A steering wheel and front seats that glide out of the way for entry and exit, then powers back into

their programmed place when the ignition key is inserted.

*An absolutely amazing stereo sound system with an eight-speaker, Ford/JBL AM/FM stereo

radio with six disk compact disc player.

booklet, and various other papers associated with the car.

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*The original sticker price was $41,065.

The rest of the goodies:

Bucket Seats Tachometer

Center Console Trip Computer

Power Heated Mirrors Chrome Wheels

Keyless Entry System Traction Control

Lighted Entry System 4-Wheel ABS

Power Antenna Tinted Glass

Power Brakes Anti-Theft Alarm System

Rear Window Defroster Leather Seats

Driver Front Airbag Passenger Front Airbag

16-Inch Wheels Power Steering

4.6L V8 DOHC 32V FI Engine Remote Trunk release

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