Categories

Featured Brands

The Lincoln Continental is a full-sized luxury sedan, manufactured by Lincoln from 1982 to 2002. Actually, production of the Lincoln Continental began in 1939, but the car was discontinued and reintroduced several times. The Lincoln Continental is a symbol of the American luxury car industry, and for good reason. Its simple, elegant styling makes it a top choice of those wanting a comfortable car that’s not too flashy.

If you own a Lincoln Continental, you should do your best to keep it in good condition. If something happens to your vehicle, get it fixed right away. If you happen to need parts, we can certainly help! We offer a variety of Lincoln Continental replacement parts, such as OEM-style fenders (both front and rear fenders), hoods, bumpers, and so much more! Instead of shopping all around the web for different parts, why not get them all here at CARiD, and save time AND money? We strive to keep our prices as low as possible, and we always take care of our customers. If you have any questions or need help finding an item, please give us a call today! Our representatives are always standing by to help you out and help make your experience enjoyable!

1 - 15 of 287 results
show:
sort by:




    Guides & Articles

    • Chassis Frames & Body
      Replacing Your Jeep Body Tub
      When it comes to automotive restoration, experts in the field say you'll have better luck and spend the least amount of money when you start by finding the best example of the year and model you're interested in. Sound advice – however, finding a high-quality Jeep CJ5, CJ6, or CJ7 in original condition is not so easy to do. High-quality originals in stock condition are rare, and ones that are command extremely high prices due to a widespread and fanatical fan base. Jeep enthusiasts themselves uniformly agree it's harder than ever these days to find one that hasn't rusted into powder form, been chopped and modified the wrong way, or been bent badly during off-roading.
    • Fenders
      Replacement Fenders For Your Classic American Car
      Passion for restoring old cars has increased in recent years as growing numbers of enthusiasts look to revisit their youth by enjoying a classic they owned or dreamed of owning decades earlier. Many of us at CARiD are also involved in rebuilding cars that are special to us, and we understand the road to romantic nostalgia can be pretty bumpy at times. We've created this article to help with one of the trickier parts of restoration – finding replacement exterior sheet metal. Body panels such as fenders and quarter panels are subject to dents and corrosion during a lifetime of use – factors that can lead to nasty surprises for a new owner who discovers damage and rust lurking under a layer of makeup.

    Popular Products

    Lincoln Continental Fenders Reviews

    Average rating:  5  5 - 5 reviews
    4.8 of 5
    An Amazing Finish
    I've painted many items with Al's liner and its durability impresses me every time. I have also mixed other automotive tints in it for when I painted my Jeep OD Green. I love coating cars and speaker boxes with the stuff, it really toughens them up and I never have to really worry about damage from off roading or things being thrown in the truck against my sub box.
    RPosted by Ronald (Edmonton, AB) /
    1997 Jeep Cherokee
    Was this review helpful for you? Yes
    View More
    Lincoln Continental Models
    SECURE SHOPPING

    All manufacturer names, symbols, and descriptions, used in our images and text are used solely for identification purposes only.
    It is neither inferred nor implied that any item sold by CARiD.com, is a product authorized by or in any way connected with any vehicle manufacturers displayed on this page.