They've had more than their share of delays and doubters — from those inside Ford Motor Co. as well as out — but the widely trumpeted 2000 Lincoln LS sedans are pretty close to being what Ford promised they would be back when the sedan first broke cover at the 1998 New York auto show. Richard Parry-Jones, Ford's product development chief, and his team of engineers have expended a huge — and oft-extended — effort frantically working to get the LS to drive and handle properly. And it ...
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