About Lincoln Continental

    With a legacy that stretches all the way back to the late 1930s, the Lincoln Continental holds a lot of history that still permeates to this very day. The Continental holds the distinction of being one of Lincoln's most successful models and helped establish the brand as one of the top domestic luxury automakers in the US. Throughout its first few generations, the Lincoln Continental was offered primarily as a two-door sedan. Forty years later, in 1980, the fifth-generation Continental was made available as both a two-door sedan and two-door coupe and was constructed off of Ford's Panther platform along with the Town Car, Mercury Marquis, and Ford LTD. It got its power from a 4.8L V8 (later upgraded to a 5.8L V8) mated to a four-speed automatic transmission. The turnaround for refreshment came quickly, and in 1982, the Continental was assembled as a smaller, four-door sedan whose base engine was a 4.9L V8 (although a turbodiesel inline six-cylinder engine was also added to the lineup).

    The sixth generation of the Lincoln Continental was introduced for the 1988 model year. It was similar in design to its new platform-mate, the Ford Taurus, except with more luxury features and a more powerful powertrain. Under the hood, the Continental was equipped with a 3.8L V6 which produced up to 160 horsepower and 225 pounds-per-feet of torque. Two trim levels were made available: the Executive and Signature, with both offering a variety of options and amenities for drivers to choose from. This version of the Lincoln Continental was assembled until 1994. A year later, the seventh generation of the Lincoln Continental hit showrooms across the country. It featured a base 4.6L V8 capable of 260 horsepower and 265 pounds-per-foot of torque directed through a four-speed automatic transmission. Also new for this generation was the Driver Select System, which offered “variable-rate steering assist” as well as electronic adjustable shock absorbers that could be set to individual preferences based on road surface.

    In 1998, the Lincoln Continental was updated with a smoother body shape, and such Continental parts as a new front-end grille, and wraparound headlights. Inside the model, improved wood trim accents were also displayed. The V8 engine was given a boost from 260 hp to 275 hp with a boost of 10 pounds-per-foot of torque. Two years later, the Continental's safety features were upgraded. Side airbags, child-seat anchor brackets, and an emergency trunk release became standard equipment. 2002 saw an optional Vehicle Communications System be added to the lineup, which included hands-free cell phone capability. 2002 turned out to be the last year of the Continental, as Lincoln went on to replace the model on the roster with the LS. Although no longer in production, the Continental is recognized for its contribution to the American fleet of luxury vehicles. The model went on to receive praise from around the industry and in 1999 was nominated to Car and Driver magazine's prestigious Ten Best List.

    The Lincoln Continental is recognized throughout the world for its ultra-refined interior and classy demeanor. As one of the best-known titles under the luxury brand, the Lincoln Continental has been credited with helping keep the company name at the top of the luxury charts. Still a viable presence on the road to this day, drivers of the Lincoln Continental tend to add on their own custom accessories and parts to further the legacy. And when that's the mission, is always the place to be.

    We carry a complete lineup of Lincoln Continental Accessories and Parts for every area of your car. It doesn't matter if you seek lavish comfort for the interior or expressive style for the exterior, we've got the Lincoln Continental accessories and parts that do the trick. Everything we offer is of the highest quality imaginable and guaranteed to demonstrate unerring durability as well as a precise OEM fit. Don't accept any substitutions. You want what's real. You want what works. Lincoln Continental accessories at answer the call.

    Whether you plan to improve your vehicle's performance or simply want to add some flare to its style, we store an exhaustive collection of accessories and parts designed specifically for your vehicle. Whatever product you choose, you are guaranteed to get nothing but the premium quality, unrivaled performance, and unique style. Understanding that your vehicle deserves only the top accessories and parts, we carefully handpicked each single item. And be sure all of them are manufactured by the most reputable companies in the industry, so the quality is beyond any doubts. If you still are not sure what product to choose, you are welcome to check 19 reviews with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars, and define what accessory or part perfectly fits both your vehicle and your pocket.

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    1966 Continental: Old-School Beauty with New-School Soul
    1966 Continental: Old-School Beauty with New-School Soul

    Old-school cars used to be called glorious before, they are called legendary now. Leander Jordan from La Mesa, CA, knows that good, which is why he spares no efforts when it comes to customization of old beauties. In 2003, he saw the 1996 Lincoln Continental for sale on the street where he used to live. He couldn't help by test-drive it, and the car rode so good that he went straight to the bank, and got the required amount of money to buy the Lincoln.

    The car's transformation would be impossible without revision of every single component. The very first thing Jordan modified was the engine. At the moment, the Lincoln Continental is powered by a 521-hp V8 Stroker engine, and equipped with a custom 3'' Flowmaster dual exhaust with a C6 transmission. Suspension had to be renovated, meaning changed, as well, so the Lincoln got a full air suspension with two Viair compressors. The inner beauty of the Lincoln is now underlined by a custom upholstery, featuring tan leather and ostrich inserts, as well as by the matching plush carpet. After Jordan finished with the interior, he moved to the exterior. The car's body was smoothed, painted Organic Green, and highlighted by chrome trim. 24'' Hypnotic Zen front and rear wheels became the finishing touch that completed the portray of the newly-born Lincoln Continental.