Don’t tell Lincoln Motor Company their Continental luxury sedan isn’t selling because they just unveiled one that’s for the ages. It blends the current modern design and rear-hinged “suicide doors” (so named from horse-drawn carriages whose doors could accidentally swing open, thereby making it easier for passengers to fall out) from their 1960s Continental. The coach-built Lincoln Continental 80th Anniversary Coach Door Edition uses a top trim Continental Black Label as its base car and then stretches is and bumps up the luxury. The rear doors can swing out 90 degrees from the vehicle, providing a huge aperture for you to exit to your adoring fans. The luxuriating rear seats are separated by a control console where you can control audio, climate, and a table and tablet from which to conduct all manner of business. Only 80 will be made in 2019 at price just north of $100,000. Your American limo is here.