Will I need to lift this car off the ground and if so what tools should I use to acheive such
Changing oil is pretty easy on the 93SS.
I usually drive up ramps to change oil. But my Vector's front spoiler prevents that. I don't know if you can get a Linear on ramps easily. I believe in convenience for everything. So I use ramps, a creeper, and one of those oil drain pans with a hole in the middle for catching oil and a spout on the side for pouring into gallon jugs or other disposal vessels. Ramps and the creeper are optional if you don't mind laying on the ground. I used to save big cardboard boxes to make it easier to slide on the ground.
The filter is cartridge type which drops in the top of the engine. You will need a 32 mm socket to get the cover off. This is the only special tool you might have to work to find. You will also need a socket set (metric) to get the oil drain plug off, as well as the oil filter cap. The oil filter cap is in a kind of tight spot, so you might want to get some 3/8 extensions and a universal joint. The 32 mm socket will be 1/2" drive, so you need a 3/8-1/2 adapter. You will need to get the plastic shroud off the top of the engine. That's held by torx screws. So you either need the right torx bit for your screwdriver, or the actual size torx screwdriver. That should be it for tools.
Sounds like a lot, but I recommend you buy the house-brand tools at your auto parts store. These will be dirt cheap, made in China, and usually carry a lifetime replacement guarantee. The alternative is the house brand at your hardware store, Home Depot, or Lowes. Sears Craftsman tools are nice, but overpriced.
Must have tools:
1) Plastic oil drain pan ($10)
2) 3/8" metric socket set, 15-20 piece set ($25)
3) 32 mm socket ($6-30) (buy the cheapest you find)
4) 3/8 extension (9" long) ($3)
5) 3/8-1/2 adapter ($2)
6) 3/8 universal joint ($3)
7) Torx bit or screwdriver ($2)
8) plastic funnel to pour oil into engine (prevents spillage)
Someone here will know the exact sizes of the oil filter drain plug and torx screws. I think the drain plug may be 15 mm. The screwdriver in the spare tire compartment probably fits the torx screws on the engine shroud.
Buy the tools on the list. Keep them in their packaging until you are sure you need them. You may be able to get by without the extension and universal joint.