1985 Lincoln Mark VIIReview
Great Car But Expensive To Maintain — My first "real" car and man it was pretty sweet. Anti-lock brakes, travel computer, self-adjusting suspension, auto-dimming mirrors, etc. were pretty technologically advanced features for back in 1985. Expensive as hell to fix when they broke though, and they did break (suspension, mirror and anti-locks). Great ride, plus the performance was pretty good for a car of it's size.
Pros: Ride, tech features, looks
Cons: very expensive to fix, foglights were very easy to break
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