1LNHM86S73Y705510 2003 Lincoln Ls v6 base

  • 36261484-B9DE-4485-A612-35B4958587A2.jpeg I bought my Ls from the original owner over 6 years ago. He told me less than 100 were made in this color in 2003. Had 82k miles at the time. Had all maintenance records filled with a bunch of papers also had the original window sticker. The first week of owning it the car broke down twice. Very unreliable for the past 6 years. I’ve spend around 10k fixing mechanical issues. I’m still going to keep it for a long time. Was my first car. It has 108k miles at this time. Plan on putting antique tags on it 2028. Hopefully a future classic.
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  1. Svets96
    That's a sweet ride. Looks good in blue, keep maintaining it! Look at becoming a member of Lincoln and Continental Owners Club LCOC. Its $48.00 a yr. You get a magazine, discount rates on ad placements, you get Ford X-Plan discount on any new Ford or Lincoln vehicle. There are meet ups and car show events. I'm from the North East Ohio area and trying to get Lincoln owners together.
    1. Hassan
      Do you know if the Lincoln Ls Club store is still selling stuff I ordered a shirt. The website looks very dated and many links don’t work. Just want to make sure I don’t have to dispute it. Thanks.
      Hassan, Nov 13, 2019 at 10:13 AM
  2. Svets96
    You can get a build sheet for your LS through Lincoln Motor Company. Contact them here: Contact Us | The Official Site of Lincoln® Luxury Vehicles | Lincoln.com Inquire about the build sheet I paid $48.00 for the Deluxe package. They'll print it out on antique tan paper, and a Ford family member will sign it. Its a great piece to have on file with all the records to your car!
    Lincoln:
    Fairlane Plaza South
    PO Box 6248, MD 4S-B
    Dearborn, MI 48126
    1. Hassan
      Thanks! That’s awesome I’ll definitely have to do that.
      Hassan, Sep 23, 2019
    2. Hassan
      Do I email them?
      Hassan, Sep 23, 2019
    3. Svets96
      You can, see what they tell you. I believe best way would be to mail them your inquiry about your cars build sheet.
      Svets96, Sep 24, 2019
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