Reversing the bigger and bigger trend of the 70s, the Lincoln Mark VII was moved to the even smaller Fox platform in 1984. Unlike most vehicles sharing a platform, it is impossible to confuse a Mark VII with a Mustang. Most came with the 302 V8, but the rarest model came with a BMW built turbo diesel. The Lincoln Mark VII parts also included a complete air suspension and composite headlights. The Designer editions were now limited to Versace and Bill Blass. This generation was one of the longest lived Marks lasting until the 1992 model year when the swoopy Mark VIII took over. This was the last Mark with a non-independent rear suspension. A European style performance edition was marketed as the LSC.