The Mark series was a group of personal luxury vehicles produced
under the Continental name. They were introduced in 1956 and were
branded as Continentals which was positioned above Lincoln at the
time despite the Continental Division being discontinued. Since it
was meant to be a very exclusive vehicle they took a similar
strategy to Chrysler with their Imperials. To eliminate branding
confusion from 1986 onward they wore the Lincoln name plate since
they were already integrated with and being marketed/serviced by
Lincoln-Mercury. There was a brief hiatus for the Mark series in
the 60's but they were re-launched in 1968 and 6 following
generations were produced through 1998. The Mark VII like you see
here was introduced in 1986 and brought with it a lot of firsts for
the line. In addition to the focus as a personal luxury vehicle the
driving experience became a priority. It continued as a flagship
vehicle for the Ford Motor Company but also became the technology
flagship for the company. It was the first North American vehicle
sold with 4 channel antilock brakes and also incorporated disc
brakes under all four corners and 4 wheel electronic air
suspension. This 1990 Lincoln Mark VII is in very clean condition.
It is a 1 owner car with 69,700 original miles. The car has been
well cared for since new and is always stored indoors. It has never
been driven in salt road conditions to insure it remains all rust
free. It is fully loaded with all options including the Bill Blass
package. It is painted in a Twilight Blue that has an excellent
finish. All of the chrome trim and accents have a very nice shine
with zero pitting or issues. The car rides on its original wheels
and hubcaps with Michelin all season tires.
The motor is its original high performance 5.0 L 302 V8 motor that
runs great. It doesn't smoke and the car has been regularly
serviced throughout its life. The original 4 speed automatic
transmission shifts smoothly with no problems. The car is a great
driver and rolls down the road very comfortably. Considering how
well it has been taken care of this car has a long life ahead of
The interior of the car is done in all Blue and is in remarkable
condition. Interiors are one of the first areas of a vehicle to
start to show wear and this one looks really clean. The carpet,
seats, door panels, headliner, and dash all look good. Being a
luxury car competing with Cadillacs you can bet they packed them
with as much new tech and power features they could. It has an all
digital dash with trip computer and on board message center. The AC
on the car blows cold and all accessories are power operated.
This is a very clean example of one of these Mark VIIs and drives
It could be yours for only $15,400.00!
This vehicle is located in Alpena, Michigan.
1990 Lincoln Mark VII
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