The Lincoln Town Car was a favorite of octogenarians, cabbies, chauffeurs...and...welll...that is about it. It wasn't a bad car per se...it had just lived well past the expiration date on Ford's aging design guidelines. In spite of all that, it sold surprisingly well for a luxury car, with over 100k units during most years during the second generation (1990-1997). Most for sale today were originally sold as fleet cars that now have 1/2 a million miles on the clock, but this one is almost new. Find this 1990 Lincoln Town Car with 9500 miles on the odometer for $10,900 in Bozeman, MT. Tip from Oldsmobuick.
If you really want a new 1990 Lincoln Town Car, this is about as close as you can get without building your own time machine. The real question you need to ask is...why would you want a new 2nd gen Town Car? For starters, the Town Car is known for its ruggedness and durability, but it is also a great car for soaking up miles on the highway.
The Town Car uses Ford's Panther platform and is powered by a 4.9 liter Ford 5.0 (302 cubic inch) Windsor V8 -- the venerable 5.0h. Power was rated at 150 horsepower and while it might be a few ponies down on next years 4.6 liter Modular V8, it is well up on old-school style.
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