In recent months, we’ve seen a few Lincoln Mark VII models pop up at various online collector car auctions, including a very rare diesel-powered 1984 model and a 1991 LSC with just 10k original miles on the clock. Now, those in the market for one of these unique coupes that’s in relatively unused condition have yet another stellar example to bid on – this 1992 Lincoln Mark VII LSC (Luxury Sports Coupe) with 29k miles that’s currently up for grabs at Bring a Trailer.
This 1992 Lincoln Mark VII LSC is – as one would expect given that ultra-low mileage total – in fantastic condition, and is also a final-year model finished in the quite rare shade known as Deep Jewel Green Clearcoat Metallic, a one-year-only color that was spec’d on just 879 of these cars. The listing contains no exterior flaws, and it’s certainly hard to spot any in the provided photos, meaning that the previous owner(s) certainly took great care of this rare ride.
The same is true of the interior, which is in fantastic like-new condition with slightly worn Mocha leather covering power-adjustable front seats and the rear bench, coupled with amenities including a trip computer, automatic climate control, cruise control, power windows and door locks, and an Alpine stereo paired with a Coaxial premium sound system.
With niceties like factory 16-inch BBS wheels, four-wheel disc brakes with ABS, and a computer-controlled air-ride suspension system with automatic leveling, power for this Mark VII comes from Ford’s venerable 5.0L V8. That mill was factory-rated to generate 225 horsepower and 300 pound-feet of torque, which flows to the wheels via a four-speed automatic transmission and a rear end stuffed with 3.27 gears. If nothing else, one thing’s for certain – fans of the Mark VII of this generation certainly won’t find many nicer – or rarer – examples out there.