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1988 Lincoln Mark VII LSC

1988 Lincoln Mark VII in Licence to Kill, Movie, 1989 IMDB

Class: Cars, Coupé — Model origin: US

1988 Lincoln Mark VII LSC

Position 00:21:10 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Owner of this vehicle: johnnyboy

Comments about this vehicle

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Saturn Simon UK

2006-01-12 18:58

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I would give this one 4 stars as it is the car used by James Bond and he is seen driving it a good few times.

Excalibur SE

2006-12-30 23:14

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I disagree. Bond used it only in two short scenes. Besides, it's got no important role in the film and does not diserve more than three stars.

G-MANN UK

2008-10-15 23:58

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LSC model:

[Image: licencelincoln2lh1.2947.jpg]

taxiguy US

2008-10-16 00:01

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I just looked to buy one of these exactly like this one the other day, it was an LSC model even. It's a very nice car, so advanced and aerodynamic for the mid-80s.

G-MANN UK

2008-10-16 00:11

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It looks pretty dated now (as do many 80s cars), the Mark VIII was a better looking car, in my humble opinion.

drujon US

2008-10-16 17:54

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Per the wheels this is an '87-'92

Jonnyboy US

2009-05-21 18:22

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I was living in the Florida Keys when this movie was filmed. I owned a construction equipment rental business and rented them items used to prepare the bridge. When filming was done, I bought this exact car and kept it as personal transportation for three years. It was an 87 LSC with everything including the 5.0 HO V8 engine. As nice a car as I've seen that was a US-made model. :sun:

double_bourbon US

2011-02-02 19:40

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This is a long shot. And if I'm violating any site regulations here, please advise -----
I am a member of the Ian Fleming Foundation (www.ianflemingfoundation.org), which maintains an extensive collection of, and archive related to, vehicles used in the James Bond movies. We are trying to track down any of the Lincolns used in the movie "Licence To Kill". We would very much like to get in touch with poster Jonnyboy, who posted a comment on 2009-05-21 regarding the car. If Jonnyboy happens to read this page, or if anyone knows him and can inform him of this comment, he can contact me at BondVehicle@gmail.com. Or if *anyone* has any information that might be useful in tracking down one of the Lincolns, he/she can contact me at that address. Alternatively, a comment can perhaps be posted here and we can correspond that way --- I'll be checking this page periodically. Thanks!

rjluna2 US

2011-03-09 02:59

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Florida plate don't wear it at the front :p

Contrabond US

2012-07-02 19:17

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Does anyone know if this car still exists? I see that Jonnyboy said he used to own the car but he didn't respond to double bourbon's posting. I am also trying to find this car. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to find this car?

G-MANN UK

2012-07-02 20:11

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According to his comment he would have sold it in the early 90s so he probably doesn't know where it is now either. It could have been scrapped by now.

cudak888 US

2016-09-07 06:20

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Jonnyboy wrote I was living in the Florida Keys when this movie was filmed. I owned a construction equipment rental business and rented them items used to prepare the bridge. When filming was done, I bought this exact car and kept it as personal transportation for three years. It was an 87 LSC with everything including the 5.0 HO V8 engine. As nice a car as I've seen that was a US-made model. :sun:


This is a ridiculous long shot, seeing as Jonnyboy posted this so long ago, but do you still have any documentation on hand that has the VIN from this car? I'd like to run it through the Florida database and see if it's still in the state.

-Kurt

-- Last edit: 2016-09-07 06:21:15

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