Lincoln Town Car
Lincoln Town Car – Lincoln brand’s flagship sedan, developed based on well-known for its use by the police and taxi drivers in the U.S. Ford Crown Victoria. It was one of the last called. "Cruisers highways" – large, comfortable limousines prepared to ride the endless, American "highways". This car has a typical-American V8 engine of 4.6 liters with a small (compared to the drives used in European cars of this type) power 239hp and a very soft suspension (verifying on the road in the U.S., but fatal for the move in Europe). For this reason, Ford sales company limited only to the U.S. and Canada.
Town Car is also the longest mass-produced sedan in the U.S. – the standard version is 5.49 m long, 5.64 m long version as the "extended version" should be treated produced by the Lincoln brand, slightly elongated limousine, because the Town Car is also known as the most common basis for the production of exclusive, long-entraining cars up to 14 people.
Lincoln Town Car (1985)
Lincoln Town Car (1990 – 1997)
Lincoln Town Car (2003) – version for "leather roof"