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1991 Lincoln Mark VII LSC With Just 10K Miles Up For Auction

Those in the market for a low-mileage, interesting Lincoln vehicles have had a few options pop up for sale recently, including a 1993 Lincoln Mark VIII with only 30,000 miles on the odometer, and a 57,000-mile 2007 Lincoln Mark LT looking for a new home. Now, another vintage Lincoln vehicle is up for grabs – this time, a 1991 Lincoln Mark VII LSC on Bring a Trailer.

This two-door Luxury Sports Coupe was first purchased in New Mexico, and since then, it’s only clocked 10,000 miles on its odometer, 50 of which were added by the seller, who acquired the vehicle in June 2023. The low-slung coupe is finished in Arctic White, complementing its striking Cranberry leather interior, which extends to its red steering wheel, red leather front row seating and rear bench seating, and dashboard. Interior amenities include power windows, power door locks, automatic climate control, a trip computer and Lincoln-branded floor mats matching the Cranberry color scheme.

Under the hood, this 1991 Lincoln Mark VII harnesses Ford’s 5.0L V8 engine, rated at 225 horsepower and 300 pound-feet of torque. Power is routed via its four-speed automatic transmission, driving the rear two wheels only. It rolls on a set of stock 16-inch BBS wheels with an electronic air suspension for a plush ride.

While there is a gap in its history between 1991 and 2001, this 1991 Lincoln Mark VII has no reported accidents or damage, and its exterior doesn’t show any evidence of any, either. It has history in New Mexico and New York, and its window sticker indicates that its MSRP was $31,053 when it was new, equivalent to roughly $70,525 when adjusted for inflation.

At the time of this writing, the high bid sits at $7,000, while the auction is set to close on August 29th, 2023.

We’ll have more cool auction finds like this to share soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authorityfor more Lincoln news and ongoing Ford news coverage.

Alexandra is a Colorado-based journalist with a passion for all things involving horsepower, be it automotive or equestrian.

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  1. DAB

    Ah, look at that. Something that isn’t a truck or SUV. Great looking car in a desirable color combo.

  2. JE

    From the times when Lincoln was really as they publicity said, “what a luxury car brand should be”. Today, with an incomplete lineup and a bunch of boring cookie cutter SUV’s and crossovers Lincoln is exactly “what a luxury car brand shouldn’t be”.

    1. Michael K

      You know Lincoln only had three cars in 1991 right?

  3. DeQuann Ruffin

    Hello, I want in on this auction. How? The article talks about everything else except how to get in.

    1. ArtG

      Click on the “Bring a Trailer” link in the article at the end of the 1st paragraph.

  4. JoeBryant

    Lincoln Mark VII LSC + Me = Alot of trouble / fun.

  5. Prentice Ethington

    I had two Mark VII LSC’s way back when. They were wonderful automobiles, great on road trips, and they made it fun to drive to work. Incredibly comfortable, and they liked to run.

    An interesting thing about the V8… (I think because it was set low in the engine bay), the oil pan had two plugs. The bottom of the pan was raised midway to clear the steering gear, creating two low collection areas.

    Too bad they can’t make this car again today. I’d buy one.

  6. Kevin

    Gross interior color. I had two of these years ago. One was an ’86 that my in-laws bought new. Another, an ’90 that I bought a few years later. I was a repair shop owner back then and although I thought they were beautiful cars, they were money-pits.

  7. Karrpilot

    Back in the day, the owners of Lincoln would bring those junks into the Ford dealerships because our labor rates were cheaper. They could afford the car, but couldn’t afford the repairs? Hardly….


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