Presented at the Los Angeles Auto Show in January 2002, the Continental Concept is a successful modern reinterpretation of Lincoln classic sedans, which blends trademark styling cues with a clean surface treatment.
Among the features are rear-hinged rear doors, an electrìically operated trunk with three storage drawers.
The show car – which cannot be registered for road use – is powered by a 6-liter V12 engine delivering 414 hp and 412 pound-feet of torque with a 6-speed automatic transmission.
According to AutoWeek, the concept last sold at auction in 2010 for $56,100.
Like all the others cars in the single vendor sale, the 2002 Lincoln Continental Concept is owned by car collector and Texas businessman Sam Pack.
This collection also includes a series of icons from the fifties and sixties, a remarkable collection of muscle cars, and other concepts, street rods, customs and modern collectibles.
Among highlights from the various different categories are a 1957 Ford Thunderbird ‘F-Code’ Convertible, a 1963 Shelby 260 Cobra, and a 2006 Ford GT.
For more information and a full list of entries visit www.rmauctions.com.