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2019 Lincoln Continental Coach Door Edition Heads To Auction

Back in late 2018, FoMoCo revealed the 2019 Lincoln Continental Coach Door Edition, reviving a rather iconic feature from the past just n time to celebrate the luxury brand’s 80th anniversary. At the time, it seemed like a cool party trick, but as it turns out, The Blue Oval severely underestimated demand for the Lincoln Continental Coach Edition, as it built just 80 total units – each of which sold out in 48 hours, in spite of their $110k+ price tag. Thus, Ford decided to continue production and ultimately built 230 total units of this special luxury sedan including the 2020 model year – and now, one of them – this 2019 Lincoln Continental Coach Door Edition – is heading to Barrett-Jackson’s 2024 Palm Beach auction.

2019 Lincoln Continental Coach Door Edition Exterior 002 - Side

This particular Continental Coach Door Edition is number 46 of the 80 produced in the 2019 model year, and is finished in White Platinum Metallic. Partnering with Cabot Coach Builders, Lincoln stretched the sedan by a total of six inches, which made room for the model’s signature center-opening coach doors, which present scuff plates and serialized aluminum rear door sills when opened. With just 8,517 miles on the clock, this particular example remains in great condition, though it did suffer some minor damage in a collision back in 2022 that has since been repaired.

2019 Lincoln Continental Coach Door Edition - Interior 001

Inside the cabin, one will find a nicely-appointed Alpine Venetian leather interior filled with amenities. It’s also equipped with the optional Rear Seat Package, which adds niceties like heated and ventilated seats, power reclining rear seats, four-way power lumbar, a rear center armrest with a cup holder, dual storage pockets for tablets, a wireless charging pad, two USB ports, 110-volt power ports, an ice bucket/storage bin, and an anniversary console badge.

2019 Lincoln Continental Coach Door Edition - Engine Bay 001

Power for this 2019 Lincoln Continental Coach Door Edition comes from the twin-turbocharged Ford 3.0L V6 EcoBoost engine, which was rated to send 400 horsepower to all four wheels via a six-speed automatic transmission. It certainly isn’t every day we see one of these very special machines pop up for sale, and as such, we imagine this one will conjure up plenty of interest when it crosses the block next month.

We’ll have more cool auction finds to share 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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  1. John W. Sieren

    I like the coach edition better than the original 4 door.. Especially if you’re in a wheelchair’s that you have to load in the car. You can swing that door open and get your chair out and get in or put it in with little effort. No problems to be flexible with your own 4 door sedan, coach edition.


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