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1990 Lincoln Continental Consumer Discussions

old motor. Certainly at any time since 1998 the Continental could have been revived to challenge the competition without hurting sales of Town Car. However, Ford's investment in Jaguar having bled o...

I had a 90 continental with a the same exact symptoms! I took it to the dealer who said he couldn't find anything wrong....

cues would be a better fit for the Town Car or Continental. I would love to see Lincoln more competitive with those. A Continental on a stretched DEW platform with the 5.4 DOHC engine could make Li...

have the presence or halo of a 1936 Zephyr or 41 Continental or 61 Continental or 69 Mark III or 1984 Mark VII or 1990 Town Car (don't laugh...that body style really stood out from the rest when it w...

Sure, the Panther architecture was an integral part of the Town Car from 1980 on. Prior to that, Lincoln Continentals and Town Cars had their own chassis. However, the Town Car through 1997 avoided sk...

successes are often not evolutionary. Think 61 Continental, the original Mustang, the 1979 Mustang re-design after the forgettable Mustang II, the original Explorer, the 1988 Continental (a successfu...

I have owned a 1968 Continental (suicide doors), 1 1975 MK-IV Lipstick Edition, a 1979 Continental, a 1984 Cartier, a 1986 Town, 2 1987 Towns, 2 1997 Siggies, a 2005 Siggie and presently a 2005 Siggie...

carpet/seats/headliner, etc. For a while, the Continental came in some radical variations, like White leather seats with forest green carpet, etc. Didn't buy one of those, but two tones of grey or ...

It really is a shame since the vehicle is great in all other aspects. If it does not get resolved, I may go the Lemon Law route myself as it is intolerable to have this situation in a state like Minne...
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