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Glad to be here and look forward to some valuable info. I am a current owner of a 2014 MKZ Hybrid. I have previously owned a 1967 Lincoln sedan (suicide doors), a 1970 Continental Mark III (the asterisk - technically it was a Continental and not a Lincoln Continental), a 1978 Lincoln Town Coupe (Shamu - the Killer Whale) and the new MKZ.
I seriously love, above all else, the push button transmission. I'm old and I remember when cars routinely had push button transmissions. When I saw that in 2012 I decided then and there I would have to buy one. I tried to talk myself out of it for nearly two years; and lost. The Star Trek controls with no button button touch controls just adds to the futureamicness of the ride.
They promised us flying cars in the year 2000 - this is as close as I have gotten:)
 

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welcome to the forum.
I always loved the lincoln sedan with the suicide doors, those were awesome and still till this day i really want one. good to see you come from a history of some very nice lincolns.

if you ever decide to do a review of your MKZ i'd love to see it especially since you're loyal to the brand and have owned some iconic lincoln models.
 

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Glad to be here and look forward to some valuable info. I am a current owner of a 2014 MKZ Hybrid. I have previously owned a 1967 Lincoln sedan (suicide doors), a 1970 Continental Mark III (the asterisk - technically it was a Continental and not a Lincoln Continental), a 1978 Lincoln Town Coupe (Shamu - the Killer Whale) and the new MKZ.
I seriously love, above all else, the push button transmission. I'm old and I remember when cars routinely had push button transmissions. When I saw that in 2012 I decided then and there I would have to buy one. I tried to talk myself out of it for nearly two years; and lost. The Star Trek controls with no button button touch controls just adds to the futureamicness of the ride.
They promised us flying cars in the year 2000 - this is as close as I have gotten:)
Welcome aboard! My Pop says the same thing about the push buttons! :D:D;)
 
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