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1982 Lincoln Continental Mark VI

1982 Lincoln Continental Mark VI in Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai, Movie, 1999 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US

1982 Lincoln Continental Mark VI

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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MrCadillac SX

2005-10-12 06:14

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1973 Lincoln Continental

sixcyl FR

2005-10-12 18:30

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the same car seen on the rear side
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antp BE

2005-10-12 18:45

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With Imageshack you have to take the first link to post images on this site ;)

Saturn Simon UK

2005-10-12 18:43

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It's much later than 1973. It's actually a 4-door 1980 Lincoln Continental Mark VI.

The following year (1981) the 4-door versions were redesigned at the back (no more false spare tyre hump) and renamed Town Car and the Continental Mark VI name was used on the 2-door coupes only.

sixcyl FR

2005-10-12 18:47

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[URL=http://img110.imageshack.us/my.php?image=3voituresauchateau1eu.jpg]

sixcyl FR

2005-10-12 18:50

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m....dum!

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sixcyl FR

2005-10-12 18:53

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hum...c'est quoi le first link au juste....

Saturn Simon UK

2005-10-12 19:52

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Yep, definitely a 1980 Lincoln Continental Mark VI. :)

antp BE

2005-10-12 19:57

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Quote hum...c'est quoi le first link au juste....

Premier lien, celui qui commence par un "<a href="

sixcyl FR

2005-10-12 20:23

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je retry

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sixcyl FR

2005-10-12 20:26

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bin voilà...mais moi bête, je fais ce qu'on me dit de faire...dans le forum IMCDb:

Copy the second link (which is called Thumbnail for forums (1)) and past it in your message.



sixcyl FR

2005-10-12 20:29

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bon alors...je vois qu' entre temps, les choses ont évoluées, qu'il s'agit bien d' une Lincoln Continental Mark VI et que c'est bien la même que sur l' autre photo...on peut donc la supprimer

antp BE

2005-10-12 22:16

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Quote bin voilà...mais moi bête, je fais ce qu'on me dit de faire...dans le forum IMCDb:

Copy the second link (which is called Thumbnail for forums (1)) and past it in your message.


Ha oui mais ça c'est pour coller les images sur le forum, pas pour le site :D C'est vrai que j'aurais pu préciser... je vais le faire tout de suite ;)

MrCadillac SX

2005-10-13 04:43

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Eh bien, on peut dire qu'elle a conserve longtemps le meme "look". Encore une qu'a la belle epoque (avant les 'autos suppositoires' dessines par ordinateur) on pouvait regarder sous n'importe quel angle et affirmer : celle la, c'est une Lincoln Continental !

matt trakker

2009-08-31 07:58

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Saturn Simon wrote It's much later than 1973. It's actually a 4-door 1980 Lincoln Continental Mark VI.

The following year (1981) the 4-door versions were redesigned at the back (no more false spare tyre hump) and renamed Town Car and the Continental Mark VI name was used on the 2-door coupes only.



That's not true, the 4 door Mark VI was offered for the entire run, 1980-83, with essentially the same trim including the tire hump, shark gills, and portholes (except some special edition models where a coach roof deleted the portholes, etc.). We had a 1982. The Town Car was made from 1980-on, as well, along with the Town Coupe, which was sold in 1980-81.

Commander 57 US

2009-08-31 17:19

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Matt is correct. Four-door models we available for that entire year span.

You can break the 4 years down into 2 sets.
The 1980 and 1981's had slots in the center section of the front bumper.
The 1982 and 1983's had solid bumpers.

Can't quite be certain about the pictured car but it looks to be an '82 or '83 as the bumper appears solid.
Perhaps by changing the brightness or contrast, more of the center section would be visible.

matt trakker

2009-10-19 00:56

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Hah, I never even knew about the slotted bumpers, that's good to know!

Commander 57 US

2013-06-04 13:58

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That new photo Nightrider placed does indeed show this car has a solid front bumper.
Chaging listing to 1982.

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