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4 Dr STD Sedan
25 national listings
Avg. Price: $3,418

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Finest Land Yacht Ever Built by lamortdelioncourt
 — The intek v 32 valve engine is one of the best. I have driven mine for 208,000 miles so far with any major repairs. I have kept up all maintenance as suggested by Ford. The fine leather interior has l... Read More
Lincoln Continental; Great Car For Low Price! by Robert3832
 — Lots of power with a 4.6 DOHC V-8 has almost every option you can get except CD player :( With 280 hp it could burn rubber if you want it to. Nice and comfy leather heated seats and great for long tr... Read More
Good Car by Atila
 — Powerful, comfortable and reliable car with decent fuel economy and handling, Perfect for long trips with family on highway. Huge trunk is good for any luggage. Wish it was a rear drive car for more... Read More

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Lincoln Continental Questions

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How Much Air Is Supposed To Be Jn The Doughnut Spare For A 97 Lincoln Conti...

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Kyler Diaz
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Did I Fry The Battery

So I left my key in my car and it was on at work and when I got back it won't start so did I fry. The battery or what

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Cost Of Repair

My 97 continental blows only hot air and I was just told that the AC compressor needs to be replaced. They said the labor is about 10-12 hours and total cost between $1,000 and $1,200. Can this be r...

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So Would This Work In My 2000 Ford 150

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This Key With No Chip In It Works Everything And Starts The Car Why

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