It’s not exceedingly rare to see either one of these cars at a dragstrip. The Lincoln Mark VII and LSC are essentially longer Mustangs in tuxedos and the B-body Caprices can tolerate just about anything in the engine bay. But the situation here has to be one of the rarest pairings in drag racing. According to the video’s description, the Lincoln is packing a twin-turbo engine and a five-speed manual, which means that Commander Cody has a new ride to write a song about and we have a newfound lust for the LSC. The Caprice isn’t a slouch, either, with a reportedly stock LS1 hooked up to a converter and 3.73 gears. Love or hate the LS swap, but re-powering an Aeroback coupe with one shouldn’t be worthy of rage. Nothing from 1977-79 was worth mentioning until it had a few days’ time with an engine builder who knew what they were doing. Individually, both of these cars are unique and interesting. Together, this is right up there with seeing a dodo bird in the feather, alive. We love seeing cars not normally seen at any track, ever, getting matched up and running hard to the finish line just makes us smile a bit.