by RKP on Jul 24, 2009 Vehicle: 1991 Lincoln Town Car
Bought the car for $1,100.00 with 97,000 miles on it. Now has 109,000 and I just drive it and have the oil changed every 3,000 miles. Rides better than any new car I have ever owned. Plenty of these old models with low miles and less than $1,500 dollars. When this one quits I will just buy another one. That's cheaper than repairing it.
by Olga on May 31, 2008 Vehicle: 1991 Lincoln Town Car
Have enjoyed this car ever since I purchased it. I am not stretching the remarks, but have absolutely had almost no trouble with it. Had window bearings replaced, ignition worked on in steering column, oil changed every 3000 miles, changed battery once. Also some work in AC. Truly, it is unbelievably a great car and still drives, rides and travels great. Carpeting great. Always use floor pads.
by Great Car on Feb 2, 2008 Vehicle: 1991 Lincoln Town Car
The 91 Town Car is really a great car, however most of these cars will have rear air ride problems. I replaced my air ride with a conversion kit and have had no problems with the car since then. It handles well, rides smooth, and is very dependable. The Town Car has the quality that you expect in a car, it was built to last and I expect to be driving mine still in the years to come. I just wish that the retail value was a little higher that what it is. If you are looking for a good used car I would recomed the town car with the 4.6 V8 I average about 19mpg. I had a taurus and it only got 21mpg. if you put the two side by side I think most of us would rather have a Lincoln.
by Kidd on Sep 23, 2004 Vehicle: 1991 Lincoln Town Car
I purchased the car with 58,000 mi. in
1998. No major problems. Very Happy
with the comfortable ride. Problems
have been: rear power windows required
repair; shifter linkage need repair;
uses oil due to wear of valve guides.
The car now has 136,000 mi and runs
great. I replaces the air shocks at
100,000 miles. And other than normal
maintenance that has been it. Very
satisfied with the car.
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