How would you like to have a 2002 Lincoln Continental Concept in your garage?
Well, of course you’d like it! Would you be willing to pay for it at an auction? If so, be sure to attend RM Auctions on November 14 and 15 in Dallas, Texas. It’ll be selling 130+ cars, including the lovely Lincoln Continental concept that was originally unveiled at the 2002 Los Angeles Auto Show. Though the car was originally considered for production, it unfortunately never happened.
To call it a one-of-a-kind vehicle would be an understatement. The point of the 2002 Continental was to give the 1960s retro look a modern touchup—and it nailed it. The crisp lines make the car seem like it was built out of a single piece of metal, the chrome slats in the grille and chrome strips over the wheel arches create nice, subdued ornamentation, and it even has the suicide doors from the original.
Under the hood, it’s got a V12 that makes 414 horsepower and 412 pound-feet of torque and, the last time it was sold at auction, the 2002 Continental earned $56,100. That’s actually a very nice price for something so prestigious! If you do get your hands on it, be sure to drop by Lincoln of Troy to show it off!