I worked for a L/M dealer and spent much time working on them. I picked a 70 model because they eliminated the crankshaft power steering pump for a conventional one. Many hours diagnose/repair power window switches, rear brake anti-lock and autotemp control with the huge panel of solenoids under the dash, struggling with wire harness locations to the battery/starter mounted to clear the anti-lock diaphragm reservoir behind the passenger side exhaust manifold. Some had a second alternator to power a defrosting windshield grid. Also equipped with windshield wiper motor that worked off the power steering fluid. It was a torque monster; 500lbs stock. Could tow my house if it had wheels. Awesome freeway cruiser but high speed curves on mountain hiways was a white knuckle affair even with stiffer shocks and premium tires. Years later I bought 90 MarkVII LSC then a 93 MarkVIII and still have a 95 MarkVIII.
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