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Not perfect but nice. Drive anywhere. My wife and I have owned this Lincoln for 4 years and have taken several road trips of 2,000+ miles. The gentleman we bought it from told us the 67,000+ miles showing on the odometer were original actual miles. It now has just over 83,000 miles. Five good tires, new heater core, serpentine belt, thermostat, hood and trunk lift pistons, battery, water pump. The local Lincoln dealer fixed the A/C. It feels cold to me. All the buttons work (door locks, windows, driver and passenger 6-way power seats, cruise, antenna, factory radio, heater, all exterior lights, turn signal directional assist lights, glove box light, horn, trunk light). Has original jack under the spare tire. Hood light doesn't work. All interior lights work except the small white light near the bottom of the driver's door. I'm firm on the price. You really can drive this car anywhere. You won't have to bring a trailer for this one. You can drive it home. It has near a full tank of gas. Clear title, never wrecked.
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