The Lincoln Town Car Was the Last True American Luxury Sedan

CHECK OUT CARS & BIDS http://carsandbids.comGO BUY SIGNED DOUG PHOTOS! Lincoln Town Car was the last true, old-fashioned American luxury sedan. Today I’m reviewing a Lincoln Town Car to show you what I mean — and I’m driving this Town Car to show you why the 2005 Lincoln Town Car was the end of the line for old-school American luxury sedans.FOLLOW ME! Facebook – Twitter – Instagram – CHART:


  1. My dearly departed aunt had a red 1995 Town Car that she adored .Unfortunately ,she developed Alzheimers by the time she was 80 and her family sold it

  2. The reason the horsepower was so low was because the Town Car, Crown Victoria, Grand Marquis, and Mark 8 all shared the same engine with the Mustang and like GM who wouldn't allow a GM car to have more power than the Corvette, Ford wouldn't allow a Ford car to have more power than the Mustang.

  3. Nothing more than a Ford Crown Victoria, just a few more "luxury items"!

  4. yeah I would tell my parents to sell the Pajero and tell them to buy the town car

  5. Cadillac made an old-school luxury car called the XTS. Only difference from the Lincoln Town Car is that the Caddy is front-wheel drive.

  6. Doug, u need to do a review on the 94-98 lincoln mark Viii 👌

  7. Your photos are too expensive Doug ..

  8. How about a 2010 long wheel base supercharged version.

  9. Your fashion is great. Love it 😊

  10. I always loved these big old people cars. It’s like a couch with a V8 lmao

  11. Everybody opted for Lexus when in fact the town car has the ability to go a million miles, there are hundred and hundreds of people that say that have over 500,000K miles on their Panther town cars.

  12. I just sold a Mercury Grand Marquise and I wish now I did not. My wife hated it because we inherited from her late father and it brought back memories, so I finally sold it.  We never drove it, we just had it sitting around incase anybody needed a car to use if their primary car was in the shop or stuff like that.

  13. I'm surprised Doug didn't get more backlash for the signed photo idea. Cuz that was horrible

  14. Got rich off YouTube and can’t even take extra time to sign more photos🤦🏽‍♂️🤦🏽‍♂️

  15. Do the sw20 mr2 pleeeeaaassseee 🙏

  16. I absolutely love these. Great cars

  17. My first ever car was a 98 Lincoln Continental. I loved that car so much. Thoroughly enjoyed this video.

  18. I've been searching around, what is so good about town car that majority of limo companies use it? Ride quality? Compared to newer Continental?

  19. The trees on the maintenance guide are the the trees around your grave because when you buy a town car you know that you're no more than 20 years away from your grave

  20. It took me a while to realise PowerPoint is the full name of PPT. Am I alone?

  21. It took me a while to realise PowerPoint is the full name of PPT. Am I alone?

  22. this is my type of car especially because its simple with out complicated tech

  23. 12:20 it kinda bugged me that Doug changed the time for the owner.
    Doug's the type of guy to order a signed picture of himself and mail it out to himself.

  24. Wait…this isn't Hoovie😯

  25. Kindly consider reviewing ford Crown Victoria

  26. Greatest car ever made

  27. I have a 2006 Mercury grand marquise & have a 2010 Towncar both great cars. Have over 200k. On both with original engine and transmission. Have replaced starters, alternators, water pumps, & minor repairs. The are durable tough cars. Basically have a pickup truck frame. Limo & cab companies get 500k.+ the eng. with just 1 transmission rebuild

  28. Also the Towncar is too nice to drive in the snow but i put studded snow tires on the Merc. Because the gas tank sits above the rear axle, So if you keep the gas tank full you have that extra weight right above your drive wheels. I've driven through 3 feet of snow. Great cars!!
    Most Limo & cab drivers Wish Ford would still made them😥😥

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