Thanks for the pics! I miss the Mark series a lot!
Couldn't get it to work either. Sorry about that.
The MKVII has always been a favorite of mine. I owned one of the earlier gutless wonders, but even then it was a nice, stylish ride. It would have been nice to have had one of the later, more powerful and better handling versions though. I don't remember anyone complaining about it being just a tarted up T-Bird.It is amazing what was considered fast back then, and this test has the Mark VII running quite slow indeed.
Lincoln, and Farley have done much brand building via press release and quite frankly it is time that they put their money where there mouth is. Audi exclusive, BMW Exclusive, JLR Autobiography, Porsche Exclusive, and MB Designo allow their customers a level of bespoke customization that is above , and beyond the norm. If Lincoln desires to be a bespoke company with a unique experience they have no choice but to offer their customers this level of customization.
we can at least see *some* of what Lincoln is *thinking* about seats in this videoAlso missing dark green(dark jade) and dark red(cordovan) cloth seats or cloth/leather combo.
I noticed a '96 dark green Mk8 on ebay last night. The interior was a rich looking light brown leather. Nice seat design. Too bad we can't order that design on current...
otoh, LincolnFanFl,Now THAT'S what I like!:thumb:
Piano Lacque and a full leather dash. So I guess we will see some upscale interior options on the MKZ sooner or later.
Although it really s**ks that I'll have to wait for 2 years before I can get my new MKZ, it seems I might have a chance of having access to these upgraded interiors by then..:lmao: