Welcome to the club!
Does yours have the original 'quadrasonic' 8track deck?
If so, keep it in there.
Does yours have the automatic headlights?
The Mark V is one of the most beautiful cars ever made!
Not sure what smog rules are like in Nevada but you can easily get more power and efficiency by removing the 2 catalytic converters.
You very well could have bought it from a member of the Lincoln Continental Car Owners Club.
I noticed yours has the same Forged Aluminum rims that I currently have. Eventually I'll replace mines with the factory 'Turbine-styled' aluminum rims. Lincoln used those until the 1997 model year.
I want those because of the obvious aviation reference.
Those are the Lincoln rims that look similar to the engines on a 747-100.
Parts for your car are inexpensive, easy to find and easy to replace. If you need any cosmetic trim pieces, let me know. I may have a few spare parts from my old Mark V.
I used to own a Mark V 10 years ago. It was Cinnamon Gold Moondust with Romano media velor seats, cream landau roof and gold-dust tinted power glass moonroof.
That car was so sexy!
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Thank God we have my wife's Mazda Protege for going in parking garages and other tight spots.
Eventually you'll be able to master parking your Lincoln. It's as easy as driving a Mazda Protege.
Take it from me, I am an expert at getting a large object in to a tight place.