SAN FRANCISCO — The cars have seen more than their share of delays and doubters, but the widely trumpeted '00 Lincoln LS is pretty close to being what Ford promised it would be back when the sedan first broke cover at the 1998 New York auto show. Lincoln has priced the LS rather aggressively, starting at US$31,450 for a 3L DOHC V-6/4-speed automatic combo. For those keeping up-to-date with their platform-sharing scorecards, the LS's V-8 is derived from the scintillating 4L AJ-V8 first ...

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