1990 Lincoln Mark VII LSC SE

1990 Lincoln Mark Series LSC

Technical specifications of Lincoln Mark Series 1990

Price: -
Condition: Used
Item location: Mission, British Columbia, Canada
Make: Lincoln
Model: Mark Series
SubModel: SE
Type: Coupe
Trim: LSC
Year: 1990
Mileage: 144237
VIN: 1LNCM93E4LY747695
Color: Black
Engine size: 5.0
Number of cylinders: 8
Power options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Safety options: Anti-Lock Brakes, Driver Airbag
Options: CD Player, Leather Seats, Sunroof
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

Hello and thanks for viewing my listing. I am selling my 1990 Lincoln Mark VII LSC SE. The car itself is in nice condition generally but it does need some work to become road worthy. I hate to sell the car and thought this would be my car but am not in a position currently to get it to where it needs to be to be driveable. I will attempt below to list what I believe the vehicle needs but beyond having owned one of these in the past am not really an expert in these matters. The car will be sold as-is. It has about 232,127 KM (144,237 miles).

First of all, the air suspension has been wonky. I believe it needs a new dryer for its air compressor (front end down so beads inside dryer must be saturated), if not its solenoids at the wheels replaced as well. The Teves brakes definitely need a new ABS accumulator (an expensive and rare part which will be included in the trunk of the car) as well as bleeding of the brakes, if not new calipers as well. Seems it need its electrics looked at; improper battery currently and perhaps needs some grounds looked at to get the radio and windows working; possibly needs new alternator or voltage regulator. Transmission good and Ford has already replaced the plastic throttlevalve grommets with the replacement copper ones. Engine itself runs like it hasn't even been broken in but seems to need what I believe is a new thermostat. Possibly needs heater core or bypass. Car needs some attention but no major system needs overhaul; ie you won't be needing to take the engine or transmission off or apart. The tires have good tread but are beginning to dry rot. I have newer Continental TrueContact tires I can include in the trunk as well as a set of 1988 LSC turbine rims that could be used for winter tires or an alternative to the current rims if the buyer want both.

Paint is generally very nice on the body. The only few spots I can think of that need attention are a small area in front of the passenger wheel where a tiny rust hole has started (I believe this piece of the fender can just be grabbed off another car and switched), the trunk has an impression where it looks like someone backed into something at speed along with the tail light on that side breaking, and the driver's door trim piece needs painting or replacement. I can include some better but imperfect tail lights. There is a slight waviness that can be seen on the rear driver fender, but is not terrible. The passenger side fog light needs to be fastened. Am trying to be as descriptive as possible in listing every known issue I can.

Shipping for this car will have to be figured out by the buyer. The car is located in Mission, BC, Canada and a letter from Ford *may* (depending on who you deal with at the border) be required to bring it into the United States. This may be done through the dealer. The car will have to be towed wherever it is going. It cannot currently be registered by a new owner in BC where it is now as it requires a provincial inspection. Included with the car will be all the papers I believe the new owner will require; a bill of sale, the car's registration/title, and my transfer paper from purchase.

Please contact with any questions. Thanks for looking and happy bidding!

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