Lincoln Mark Series
The Lincoln Mark series has been in production since
1968 with the introduction of the 1969 Continental Mark III
1993-98 Lincoln Mark VIII
In 1993 Lincoln launched the Mark VIII to replace the aging Mark
VII. Under the hood sat a powerful twin-cam, all-aluminum 280 HP
4.6-liter V8. A true luxury performance automobile, the Lincoln
Mark VIII came with an automatic 4 speed transmission and an independant
air strut suspension system, traction control, antilock brakes and
speed sensitive power steering.
In 1998, Lincoln announced it would be the last production year
and offered the Mark VIII Collectors Edition. This numbered edition
came with additional wood accents and a production label to signify
the unit production number of the particular car.
1998 Lincoln Mark VIII
Mark VIII saw no changes for 1998. To the dismay of Lincoln enthusiasts
Lincoln announced that the Mark VIII would be discontinued for 1999.
Collectors Edition was offered.
1997 Lincoln Mark VIII
With a bolder front and rear appearance, the 1997 Lincoln Mark
VIII came with a power dome hood, and included a larger
and more aggressive grille and brighter HID headlights. The rear
had a full width neon tail light bar. The 1997 Lincoln Mark VIII
was also the first automobile that included "puddle lamps",
which delivered light from below the sideview mirrors. With firmer
shocks, larger stabilizer bars, and standard all-speed traction
control the Lincoln Mark VIII suspension system saw improvement.
1996 Lincoln Mark VIII
To celebrate the 75th Anniversary of Lincoln, A special Diamond
Anniversary Edition model is released for the 1996 model year. Midway
through the model year a new HID headlight system is introdouced.
1995 Lincoln Mark VIII
The 1995 Mark VIII are a redesigned instrument panel, including
with a new double din stereo and a 290-horsepower LSC version, with
a firmer suspension, new alloy wheels, perforated leather upholstery
and a monochrome exterior.
1994 Lincoln Mark VIII:
1994 saw only minor changes including the addition of wood trim
to the center console, and a remote keyless entry which included
the ability to recall the settings for both the power driver seat
and the power sideview mirrors.
1993 Lincoln Mark VIII
Lincoln replaces its 1992 Lincoln Mark VII with its the 1993 Mark
VIII. This daring new design includes a new 280-horsepower V8. The
engine is silky smooth and has a deep sporty growl in hard acceleration.
The perfect combination of luxury and performance.
1990-92 Lincoln Mark VII
Introduced in 1984, Lincoln's stylish rear-wheel drive luxury coupe
came with a powerful 5.0-liter V8 engine, making 225 horsepower.
The same engine used in the Ford Mustang, this powerhouse produces
alot of performance along with its 4-speed overdrive automatic transmission.
1992 Lincoln Mark VII
Only minor trim changes. A completely new Mark VIII is anticipated
1991 Lincoln Mark VII
For 1991, the Bill Blass Designer edition adopted the same firmer
suspension and larger tires as the LSC model.
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