Twin-Turbo, Coyote-Powered Lincoln Mark VIII

By -


–by Phillip Ferrini
Here’s something you don’t see too often: a twin-turbo, Coyote-powered Lincoln Mark VIII that pulls like a big dog on the top end. We don’t know much in the way of details beyond what we can see, which is a pair of sizeable turbos hanging off a Coyote with a Cobra Jet intake manifold, but all we know is, when the owner pops the hood, our jaws drop. 

He actually popped the hood because of a problem, which looks like a leaky oil feed line on a turbo (the likely culprit of teething issues associated with a newly assembled combo), but it’s a wicked sleeper nonetheless.
Forgive me for posting a street racing video. I don’t condone it in any way, shape or form, but I just had to share this cool car. And on that note, if anyone has any additional info on this sleeper, please send it our way.

Chime in with your thoughts on the forum. >>

Comments ()