Published on April 13th, 2015 | by BajaBusta0
1987: Doing the Continental – 88′ style.
The new for 1988 the ‘big’ Lincoln set to replace the FN-9. Reportedly unseen and missing from surveillance shots of the test mules, was the Lincoln Trademark rear deck lid hump, a reminder of when spare tires weren’t space savers. That absence, as much as other evident styling cues, showed Ford was serious about spreading the Taurus/Sable design philosophy to as many products they could manage.