Used 1992 Lincoln Mark VII
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1 owner. Car purchased to own last MarkVII body design before change. Black clear coat Ex.,Mocha Int. BBs handling cast aluminum wheels. Fixed cell phone. This automobile always turns heads. Like new. Kept in garage.
The last year of the Mark VII. Good performance and first class luxury.
Only major mechanical problem was the water pump, which stopped working around 120,000 miles. Cost me $23 for a replacement at AutoZone. Mechanically identical to (I think) 89- 93 Mustang, so lots of interchangeable parts.
I have had my Mark 7 for almost 3 years. Had to replace the water pump the second day I had it. Replaced the height sensor on the right front right rear air bag and compresson. Other than that I have had Mark all across the country from South Dakota to West Virginia and everywhere between. It's going to the grave with me.
Features & Specs
|LSC 2dr Coupe|
|MPG||15 city / 22 hwy|
|225 hp @ 4200 rpm|
|Bill Blass 2dr Coupe|
|MPG||15 city / 22 hwy|
|225 hp @ 4200 rpm|
The Insurance Institute of Highway Safety uses extensive crash tests to determine car safety.
|Side Impact Test||Not Tested|
|Roof Strength Test||Not Tested|
|Rear Crash Protection / Head Restraint||Not Tested|
|IIHS Small Overlap Front Test||Not Tested|
|Moderate Overlap Front Test|
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Is the 1992 Lincoln Mark VII a good car?
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The least-expensive 1992 Lincoln Mark VII is the 1992 Lincoln Mark VII Bill Blass 2dr Coupe. Including destination charge, it arrives with a Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of about $0.
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Used 1992 Lincoln Mark VII Overview
The Used 1992 Lincoln Mark VII is offered in the following submodels: Mark VII Coupe. Available styles include LSC 2dr Coupe, and Bill Blass 2dr Coupe.
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