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I just noticed that when i turn my key to the position where just my dash lights, radio and compressor come on i hear a loud buzzing/humming that goes away in about 20 seconds that was not there befo?...

Lincoln showed consistent sustainability when they produced the same Town Cars from 1990 to 1997 and again from 1998 to 2011....

the 1990 Lincoln Town Car just happened to have the WINDSOR motor....

Anyhow, I just wanted to correct you on that little misconception. I also fail to realize why you're complaining about the lack of performance in Lincoln Town Cars. I remember when I used to drive m...

Where I live (NYC metro area), at least half of the Town Cars on the road have livery or taxi plates. They make up most of the "black car" fleets that in better times took those of us who wo...

The concept drawing shown in Motor Trend is interesting - sounds like we are seeing some styling cues for the facelifted LS. IMHO, the styling cues would be a better fit for the Town Car or Continent...

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 was introduced) or 1998 Navigator or the 2002 Continental concept or the MKR con...

I purchased my beloved 1990 Town Car (affectionally known as "Mr. LTC!") new. It now has 147,000 relativally trouble free miles. For the first time it needs an high cost repair. My mechanic ...

I suppose we are "lucky" to see this MKX thing at all. According to akirby, the way Lincoln's budget has been hamstrung by the brass, it is no wonder that the Town Car has gone completely to...

I agree with you on the Navigrate, but I don't think "evolutionary" is necessarily the way for Ford to go. Toyota can go with boring, because the underlying appliance is so good. However, Fo...

I had a 1990 Town Car and the over drive button was I believe on the end of the transmission shifter....
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