'98 Lincoln Mark VIII LSC Borla Exhuast

This is a '98 Lincoln Mark VIII LSC with a dual Borla Exhaust minus the resonator, which was replaced by a custom made x-pipe. I think this video sounds better than my last one because I let the car warm up a little more and fixed the leak in the Exhaust. Enjoy friends.

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MotorWeek | Retro Review: '97 Lincoln Mark VIII LSC
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1998 Lincoln Mark VIII LSC Start Up & Rev With Exhaust View - 103K
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Abes Lincoln - 1998 Lincoln Mark VIII LSC 32 Valve DOHC 4.6 V8 Hot Rod Luxury
In honor of President Lincoln's birthday, February 12th, I thought I'd post this video of his namesake, the Lincoln Mark VIII. When Henry Leland started Lincoln Motor Company in 1917, he named it after our famous President. This Lincoln has the monochromatic trim all the way around, an elegant leather interior, and a 32 Valve DOHC 4.6 V8 under the hood. These cars really do offer luxury and performance in one complete package. Perhaps it would be the choice of our beloved President, if he were still alive today. I hope you find it interesting, thanks for watching! Background track is, The Battle Hymn of the Republic, and it is public domain. It was provided, royalty-free, by The U.S. Army Bands Online.




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