1941 Lincoln Continental V12 Coupe

  1941 Lincoln Continental V12 Coupe


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292 c.i. V12 engine @ 120 horsepower

3-speed Manual Transmission & Overdrive
Fender Skirts
16-Inch Steel Wheels / Lincoln Beauty Cover
Wide Whitewall Tires @ 7.00-16s
Vacuum-Operated Windshield Wipers
Original Turn Signals / Fender Mounted Indicators

Power is courtesy of the 292 cubic inch flathead V12 engine developing 120 horsepower. The engine compartment features specially ventilated (louvered) inner fenderwells.
The interior is finished in blue and gray. This car retains its beautiful original brightwork, dials, and gauges. It is also equipped with the 3-speed manual transmission with overdrive. This interior is in exceptional condition.
The dashboard with its special imitation woodgrain and plastic controls was a thing of beauty and design. This car is equipped with a working horn, turn signals, and lights.
The pushbutton door release feature was added in the 1941 model year, adding to this stately automobiles allure.
Few of these cars were produced and even fewer are available today, especially in this kind of original condition. The older dark blue lacquer re-paint is cracking and hazing. The paint is only presentable. A new professional paint job would take this car to an entirely new level. The strong points of this rare Lincoln are the mechanicals and overall solid body and interior condition.
The Continental Spare designation in 1950's era Fords was derived from the unique design of these original Lincoln Continentals.
The undercarriage displays exceptional flooring and framework throughout. This chassis is stout and well made. The Lincoln Continental is one considered by many automotive aficianados to be one of the finest designs of the 20th century.
This beatiful Continental rides on steel 16-inch wheels with Lincoln beauty caps, wrapped in 7.00-16 wide whitewall tires.
The trunk is clean and carpeted throughout. The hood prop is stored in the trunk.
The door panels are well made in gray and blue cloth with matching piping and original window cranks and pushbutton door release. 1941 would be the first year of the pushbutton door release on the Continental.

Again, you are welcomed and encouraged to contact Dave at 214-213-7072 or Maris at 214-616-2317 with any questions.