In 1961, Ford's radical comeback for the Lincoln division hit the streets. The entire Lincoln lineup was reduced to one model, the Continental, available in both four-door sedan and convertible. A renewed focus was put on quality, with each car receiving a painstaking check before leaving the factory, making the fourth-generation Continental a success and a symbol of American luxury. Marking the 80th anniversary of the Continental's 1939 introduction, Lincoln is launching an 80th Anniversary Edition that recalls the 1961 classic. The most striking feature is the rear-opening suicide doors, a prominent piece of the fourth-generation car. The interior receives an upgrade in both detail and tech, a six-inch wheelbase stretch, and power from a twin-turbocharged 3-liter V6 making 400 horsepower and 400 lb-ft of torque. The 80th Anniversary Edition Continental is available for order now at Lincoln Black Label dealerships with deliveries starting in early in 2019.