I know I’m speaking with a huge audience of people looking for Rolls-Royces on the same site you go to find a “rust free” Geo Metro with a rebuilt title, but be wary about this red and gold knockoff, for it is not the opulent British luxury sedan you seek. It is an imposter.
The Lincoln Town Car is a great classic brougham of style and grace. Who knew this magnificent boat of a vehicle could fly so well?
Sometimes you just see a vehicle that’s so gloriously silly and impractical that you must have it. Here is a Lincoln Town Car limousine called “Mud Force One” that’s been lifted for one glorious purpose: ultimate mud domination. It’s such a rolling contradiction that I’m in love.
Welcome to Paper Jam, a new feature where we highlight the best automotive advertisements from the past! Print might be nearly dead, but our scanners are just getting warmed up.
Hello ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to Friday, the day that comes between Thursday and weekend grocery shopping. My name is Doug DeMuro, and it’s time for this week’s Letters to Doug, wherein you send me letters and I respond because you guys often think up crazier stuff than I do.
Cops, old people, and anybody who rides in a taxi should know Ford is recalling 38,645 Crown Victorias, Mercury Grand Marquis', and Lincoln Town Cars because the last time they recalled those cars, they may or may not have done something "that could potentially result in a loss of steering."
We Americans are often longing for the small, tidy, spritely cars locked away across the pond, but those imagined sophisticated Europeans have a secret desire: big American land yachts. The '90s Lincoln Town Car might be the most emblematic of all.
A Lincoln Town Car isn't the most ridiculous car to do an autocross with, but it's not the first one you'd imagine doing one in. But it looks like fun here for the driver and for those on the pavement. Less so for passengers.
Welcome to Little Car in the Big City, where I highlight fascinating cars I found walking around a town that is known for being bigger than everything else, but where every car is fighting to stand out: New York, New York.
Tom Hanks showed off just how any more Emmys he has than you by taping one to the front of his Town Car. We get it Tom, you've got a lot of Emmys.
Last night we heard the rumor that Ford's Lincoln brand will receive a new Town Car-replacing flagship large sedan that harkens back to the Continental. However, according to our sources, it won't be called the Continental.
You'd expect a Captain of Chaos to drive something a bit ahem... chaotic, rather than this 1998 Lincoln Town Car owned by the late Dom Deluise. Buy it now for only $6,900! Dun dun DUNNNN!!!
If this truck-framed convertible Lincoln Limochero never appears on "My Big Fat Redneck Wedding" the producers should be tossed into the street because we know Kid Rock is watching this auction like a hawk.
What do Reese's Peanut Butter Cups, two blow-up sex dolls, a Lincoln Town Car, and a parking garage have in common? A crazy Florida man and some very funny public indecency charges. NSFW content ahead.
As 1990 Lincoln Town Cars go, this one on eBay is quite the peach. Why the seller resorted to cheap, tawdry tactics to sell it we'll never know. But whatever, works for us. Somewhat NSFW.
It sure is. Maybe we're just unusually attuned, having been rendered all self-reliant by SoCal life, where being ferried around by somebody else is a sign of weakness. But as soon as we hit the outerboroughs this morning on our way into the City That Never Sleeps, en route to cover the New York Auto Show, we were…
When we asked if you could beat a $38K Accord in terms of ridiculous MSRP's, we didn't think it would be so easy. For one, you actually topped a $37,580 Accord with a $39,122 Accord Coupe. Then you were able to take the base model, entry-level cars and load them up with so many extra options that these once…