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2007 Lincoln Mark LT With Just 57K Miles Up For Auction

Following the debut and prompt discontinuation of the Ford F-150 based Blackwood, Lincoln once again tried to market a pickup a few years later – the Mark LT – which also failed to win over new vehicle shoppers. However, one could say that both of these vehicles were a bit ahead of their time, as these days, luxurious pickups are all the rage. Regardless, those wanting a pickup with Lincoln branding can only look to the used market for now, and there, they’ll find a pretty nice one in this 2007 Lincoln Mark LT that’s currently up for grabs at Bring a Trailer.

2007 LIncoln Mark LT With 57K Miles - Interior 001

This 2007 Lincoln Mark LT is a bit of a rare find these days, given the fact that there simply aren’t many of these trucks still around, but it’s even more special given the fact that it has just 57k miles on the clock. It’s also a one-owner vehicle, having been originally purchased at Mooney Motors in Charleston, Illinois, and kept by that same person ever since – until now. It remains in fantastic condition as a result, with nice White Chocolate Metallic paint and a couple of additions such as a Leer hard tonneau cover and a drop-in bedliner.

2007 LIncoln Mark LT With 57K Miles - Engine Bay 001

The same goes for the interior, which features Light Parchment leather seats with Pebble piping, Ebony wood trim, a multi-function steering wheel, automatic climate control, cruise control, driver-seat position memory, power windows and door locks, and a factory AM/FM stereo with an in-dash six-disc CD changer.

2007 LIncoln Mark LT With 57K Miles - Exterior 002 - Rear Three Quarters

Power for this Mark LT pickup is provided by the naturally-aspirated Ford 5.4L V8 Triton engine, which was originally rated to send 300 horsepower and 365 pound-feet of torque to the rear wheels via a four-speed automatic transmission and a limited-slip rear differential with 3.73 gears. Aside from a little wear and some underbody corrosion, it remains in excellent condition, and figures to sell for a reasonable price – especially when compared to its original MSRP of $45,585.

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Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. wjtinfwb

    An interesting little blip in Ford Truck history, but irrelevant today. A new F-150 King Ranch is nicer in every way as well as offering much stronger performance. But the Lincoln and the Escalade EXT somewhat paved the way for the hi-dollar luxo trucks like Platinum’s, Denali’s and Laramie Limited’s.

  2. Ant

    I take exception to the above statement of -“However, one could say that both of these vehicles were a bit ahead of their time, as these days, luxurious pickups are all the rage.”
    Dealer lots are overloaded with high prized $70K-100K pickup trucks that customers can’t afford or don’t want. Days Supply of these vehicles are ever increasing. Luxurious overpriced pickups are not the rage.

  3. Noble Man

    How much is it going for??

  4. Vince

    I live in hamilton ontario Canada I also own a 2007 lincon lt exact same colour everything the same I seen maybe 10 lincon lt trucks so far great truck .I won’t sell it .the pearl white ones are the rarest think there were 800 made that colour


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