With a history that dates back to 1939, the Continental was a vehicle built by Lincoln, a division of the Ford Motor Company. In fact, the inspiration behind the Continental came when Edsel Ford, president of the time, requested a specially built one-off vehicle for his vacation. All in all, the Continental saw ten generations, this car being of the very latest one. In 2019, Lincoln released a special, 80th Anniversary coach door edition, and the car featured here is 1 of just 80 of its kind in existence and comes with a special black label trim. This one-of-a-kind Continental is for sale in Colorado with under 100 miles on it.
This special edition Continental is assembled as a standard before it's shipped off to Cabot Coach Builders where it receives a 6-inch wheelbase extension in order to accommodate its rear-hinged passenger doors. Being of the 'black label' trim, the car receives a full gloss black exterior paint which helps its massive chrome grille and other subtle exterior chrome bits to stand out. The interior is where we start to see features that are exclusive to the Continental. The mostly black color scheme is coupled with tan leather and fine wood accents, giving it a two-toned appearance. Much like the outside of the car, you are able to observe subtle chrome trim framing most interior parts to give it a little bit of oomph, but the most significant thing about the cabin of this 2019 Lincoln Continental Black Label 80th Anniversary edition is the rear passenger seating that has been designed with two individual seats and a center console coming down the middle. You will also find silver door sills with "80th Anniversary Limited Edition" engraved on them. This one bears the number 31/80.
Under the hood of this 2019 Lincoln Continential 80th anniversary edition is a punchy 3.0L Ecoboost, twin-turbocharged V6 engine that has been specifically tuned to produce 400hp to all four wheels using its 6F55 6-speed automatic transmission and sending the car from 0-60mph in around 5.5 seconds before topping out at 155mph, for stately and swift but not uncomfortable or neck-snapping performance.
Car Location: Colorado 80th anniversary Reported to only have 74 miles Black exterior Black Label trim AWD equipped Automatic transmission Factory Suicide Doors Very rare spec #31 of 80 Limited edition cars
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