Looking Back: Bob Bondurant promotes Lincolns 1987 MarkVII LSC
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    Looking Back: Lincolns 1987 MarkVII LSC - Bob Bondurant




    Bob Bondurant sums up this promo best, when he states the Lincoln Mark VII LSC represents a one of a kind blend of luxury and performance...
    Video: 1987 Lincoln Mark VII LSC Promo with Bob Bondurant
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    Re: Looking Back: Lincolns 1987 MarkVII LSC - Bob Bondurant

    I would love to add a modified Lincoln Mark VII to the stable.

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    Re: Looking Back: Lincolns 1987 MarkVII LSC - Bob Bondurant

    Quote Originally Posted by germeezy1 View Post
    I would love to add a modified Lincoln Mark VII to the stable.
    Why not a Mark VIII?
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    Re: Looking Back: Lincolns 1987 MarkVII LSC - Bob Bondurant

    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew L View Post
    Why not a Mark VIII?
    Because Mark VII looks so much better.
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    Re: Looking Back: Lincolns 1987 MarkVII LSC - Bob Bondurant

    Quote Originally Posted by Logans Run View Post
    Because Mark VII looks so much better.
    I like the look of both but honestly I think I would take an VIII over a VII. Love the adaptive suspension in the VIII and the fact that it lowers itself the faster it goes
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    Re: Looking Back: Lincolns 1987 MarkVII LSC - Bob Bondurant

    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew L View Post
    Why not a Mark VIII?
    Truth be told I would be quite chuffed to have both cars in my collection. They remind me of my first Thunderbird Turbo Coupe that was later followed by a Thunderbird Super Coupe.

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