The gas crisis and general industry downsizing meant that the Mark VI was built on Ford's new Panther platform. This is the only Mark series that was also offered as a sedan instead of just a coupe, with the exception of the late 50s cars. The body shell was shared with the less expensive Town Car models. The Marks are still easily identified by their covered headlamps and opera windows. The huge big block V8s were replaced by the 351 and 302 V8s, the 302 offering the first fuel injection on a Lincoln. Like all the Mark series, these cars were built in Wixom, Michigan. It came with one of the industry's first keyless push button entry, an idea that gradually spread to other cars from Ford. If you are looking for Lincoln Mark VI parts, be sure to check our site often.