1941 Lincoln Continental Coupe.
Car has less than 50 miles since restoration.
Engine: Flathead 12 cylinder, 292ci, 120 brake horsepower.
Overdrive three speed transmission.
This is a concourse car, and it would be a shame to use it as a “driver.” It is museum quality and has been freshly upgraded and detailed and could be trailered straight to Pebble Beach and have a good chance of winning “Best of Show.” It is quite possibly the most “correct” and conditionally fresh 1941 Lincoln Continental Coupe in the world as of the time of this offering, if for no other reason than timing. This car has the “hard to find” metal clutch & brake cover, embossed script voltage regulator, all correct hot air heater, and roto-selector radio, not to mention the extremely rare rear center bumper over-rider. The clock, radio, windshield wiper motor, and fuel pump, even though they were all previously serviceable, have been newly replaced or refurbished and operate impeccably.
Accessories: Hot air heater, floor board button radio station changer, center bumper overiders front and back, overdrive three speed transmission.
Interior: Fabricated in leather and wool by Jim Roll-New Philadelphia, OH. Jim is a nationally recognized expert in authentic vintage Lincoln interior. Installed by Guy's Interior Restorations-Portland Oregon. 24 carat gold plated hardware. Wood grain by Feauxreal-Oakland, CA.
Miscellaneous: Complete (10 year project) frame up restoration by Keith Grendahl-New Start Restorations in Vancouver, WA.