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2002 Lincoln Continental With Just 16K Miles Up For Auction

In recent months, we’ve begun seeing more and more modern Lincoln Continental models hit various collector car auction sites, including a 1998 model with just 36k miles and a luxurious 2000 model year sedan with 33k miles on the clock. Now, an even lower-mile 2002 Lincoln Continental has surfaced for sale at Bring a Trailer, this time, a sublime example of that particular model that has only traveled 16k miles in the past two-plus decades.

2002 Lincoln Continental With 16K MIles - Exterior 002 - Rear Three Quarters

Up until the seller acquired this Lincoln Continental last October, it lived its entire life in New Jersey, though no one has bothered to drive it much since it was originally purchased. On the flip side, that lack of use shows in every regard, with the White Pearlescent largely unmarred by flaws. This particular model is also equipped with black lower-body accents and a tan vinyl roof, too.

2002 Lincoln Continental With 16K MIles - Interior 001

The same goes for the pristine Light Graphite leather interior, which features amenities and niceties such as a power adjustable driver’s seat, a multi-function steering wheel, woodgrain trim accents, automatic climate control, cruise control, an analog clock, and a Ford-Alpine AM/FM/cassette stereo coupled with a center console-mounted CD changer.

2002 Lincoln Continental With 16K MIles - Engine Bay 001

Under the hood, this Continental is powered by the naturally-aspirated Ford 4.6L V8, which was originally rated to send 275 horsepower and 275 pound-feet of torque to the front wheels via a four-speed automatic transmission. In a day and age when big, comfortable American sedans simply don’t exist anymore, it’s truly a nice find – and one that should conjure up some interest at auction as a result.

We’ll have more on the Lincoln Continental soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Lincoln news, Lincoln Continental news, and ongoing Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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Comments

  1. JE

    From the times Lincoln was a luxury car brand and not the vulgar joke it is today…

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  2. I am, wright

    Sorry, mid-size, the large luxury went out with the 460 in the 70’s.

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  3. JoseR

    S650 should be utilized better to give Lincoln the proper LS, Continental and Mark 9.

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  4. Roland

    I still have my 1998 Lincoln Continental, and I still love driving it.

    Reply
  5. Donald young

    How much is it!.
    How much is the Lincoln Continental cost

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