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R.I.P. JoeyChromes's 1990 LSC

During a storm on Sunday, July 2, 2006, JoeyChrome's 1990 Lincoln Mark VII LSC was crushed by a tree. Noone was injured.

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Re: R.I.P. JoeyChromes's 1990 LSC

Dang thats quite badly injured too.

Is it not worth repairing?.

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Dang thats quite badly injured too.

Is it not worth repairing?.
Unfortunately no.
Our Lincoln Mark VIIs do not have a frame per se. Any hits to the car other than the bumpers and the fenders, just about totals it as the body will bend and cannot (IMHO) be corrected to within safe standards. For example, most of the Lincoln Mark VIIs in this yard have front end hits.

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