1941 Lincoln Continental Cabriolet 3-speed manual transmission


Description


92/120 HP V-12 engine
3-speed manual transmission
Rare Columbia two speed rear axle
Maroon with maroon leather interior
Black convertible top
Radio
Continental kit
Heater
Steel wheels with Chrome hub caps
Whitewall tires
Multiple award winning car
The black convertible top appears as new, and overall, even under the hood, this Continental looks like it just came off the showroom floor. The V-12 and engine bay are exquisite, looking like they were just detailed by the Lincoln agency for delivery to the customer; similarly, the interior presents superbly with the upholstery and paint seemingly without blemish and the knobs and switchgear as fresh as can be. As a proper luxury car should be, this car is well equipped with a heater and radio, which, of course, was very impressive for 1941. Rolling on whitewall tires wrapping body-color-matched steel wheels brightened with chrome hubcaps and beauty rings, the famous Continental kit is mounted at the rear bumper. The Continental came to be when Edsel Ford thought it would be a good idea to bring a factory-built, custom-bodied car to his vacation home in Florida, where he could present the car to the wealthier set.
1941 Lincoln Continental Cabriolet 3-speed manual transmission
$ 17,500.00
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92/120 HP V-12 engine
3-speed manual transmission
Rare Columbia two speed rear axle
Maroon with maroon leather interior
Black convertible top
Radio
Continental kit
Heater
Steel wheels with Chrome hub caps
Whitewall tires
Multiple award winning car
The black convertible top appears as new, and overall, even under the hood, this Continental looks like it just came off the showroom floor. The V-12 and engine bay are exquisite, looking like they were just detailed by the Lincoln agency for delivery to the customer; similarly, the interior presents superbly with the upholstery and paint seemingly without blemish and the knobs and switchgear as fresh as can be. As a proper luxury car should be, this car is well equipped with a heater and radio, which, of course, was very impressive for 1941. Rolling on whitewall tires wrapping body-color-matched steel wheels brightened with chrome hubcaps and beauty rings, the famous Continental kit is mounted at the rear bumper. The Continental came to be when Edsel Ford thought it would be a good idea to bring a factory-built, custom-bodied car to his vacation home in Florida, where he could present the car to the wealthier set.

Additional information

Make: Lincoln
Model: Continental Cabriolet
Year: 1941
Doors: 2
Transmission: Manual
Interior Color: Red
Exterior Color: Burgundy
Vehicle Identification Number: H125985
United States, California, San Diego
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