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1985 Lincoln Town CarReview
Roger writes:
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I owned this car...great car for a premium ride and no maintenance.

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1985 Lincoln Town CarReview
redneckgirl1563 writes:
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Stonewall Lives — My husband loves his car. If he could fix the ac he would think he was in heaven when driving it. It will run great for anyone except me. Good car, rides good, drives good, comfortable, plenty of room for family and trunk space.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: 20 years old and everything still works

Cons: it don't like me

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1985 Lincoln Town CarReview
TheColossal writes:
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Ncrphlc~~~you'll Laugh If You Get It. — new rear brakes new rear wheel cylinders new rear shocks new oil treat my gas with every fill-up i put a bed in the back and i'm welding in a bench seat. going to give it a sweet sound system and some cool gadgets so i'll have my ver own limo-hearse. plus i want to do things with this car that every eight year old kid watching batman does. like welding in a box to drop jacks onto the road to pop tires in a chase, an umbrella in the front fender like in the new rolls royces, hydraulics to get better gas mileage when driving on the highway and to not bottom out when going into somebody's driveway. I figure I'll never sell the car so i guess im stuck with it forever, might as well make it awesome.

Pros: lots of trunk space. plus it's a really luxurious car being that its a lincoln.

Cons: terrible on gas since it weighs one quantity f-tonne. roads today are too bumpy for such a smooth ride.

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1985 Lincoln Town CarReview
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Og Classic — One of the Best! for a 85 the quality is better than ever.strong v8 under the hood for maximum power. Get one while can, atleast before they become classics. thois one i found from an elderly man with only 25,000 original miles, mint condition! Definatley a Keeper!all steel chassis strong as a train

Pros: boat like comfort

Cons: drug dealer reputation

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2011 Lincoln Town Car Reviews

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2010 Lincoln Town Car Reviews

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2009 Lincoln Town Car Reviews

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What is not to like? It is a land yacht that runs on regular gas. I average 19 plus MPG combined and have seen 24 on long highway trips. The dealer bats 1000 in every area of service but front end. I ... Read More

2008 Lincoln Town Car Reviews

Review By Guru369VK

I am very satisfied with my Lincoln Town Car. I have driven Lincoln Town Cars for the past 30 years. Read More

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I just happen to like this model. Prefer newer (up to 2011). Read More

2007 Lincoln Town Car Reviews

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