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1993 Turbo Lincoln Mark VIII 1/8 mile run @ 7.4 seconds

My buddy's turbo 93' Lincoln Mark VIII during his first run of the night at County Line Raceway in Miami on Friday March 5, 2010. This run posted a 7.4 second 1/8th mile and a 60ft. @ 1.7 seconds, not bad for a heavy car! Check out our other Dyno video from a few months back on it's first stage of the turbo transformation.


 


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