Beautiful original condition and nothing is needed in the way of repairs.
I've owned this exceptional classic Lincoln for almost three years. It is in excellent condition, having been garaged or covered during its 30 years. I have only driven it occasionally and taken it to local car shows, with the exception of a 500 mile round trip on vacation in 2017.. It can be driven anywhere - it is that good.
Everything is in working order and original with the exception of an after market radio with a compact disc player. A/C is ice cold and heat is hot. Tires have about 90% tread life remaining and are only about 3 years old with less than 6000 miles on them. This beautiful Lincoln has been garaged or kept under a car cover for most of its life and has been pampered.
This was the last year of the famous square bodied, tipped fender Lincolns that began their production run in 1961. 1989 included genuine fuel injection with the bullet proof 5.0 engine.
This production run from 1980 to 1989 offered the best of the old style with downsized bodies, which are huge by today's standards; but they offered increased interior space versus the 1970's Lincoln Town car. These were years when Lincoln made big comfortable luxury cars that transported its occupants on large spacious seats and delighted its passengers with a soft and gentle ride over all types of road surfaces.
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