1941 Lincoln Continental
This is a very nice '41 with Gold Trim on the Instrument Panel.
Car was restored about 14 years ago. Original 12 cylinder flthead engine has about 5,000 miles since rebuild. I believe that the engine had under 40,000 original miles on it. This car originally was sold in California. I am the 3rd Owner. I love it but sort of thinking of a change. Since we bought it, we have converted it to 12 volts, added front seat heaters and seat belts. Disc brakes front. Drives nice. 5,000 miles on the motor rebuilt. This is a very rare, beautiful, vehicle. Marked on the front, in a teardrop shaped medallion V 12 Each side of hood reads Lincoln Continential Wheel hubs are marked Lincoln V 12 Spare tire on rear of the vehicle has a wheel hub Lincoln Continential.
Make & Model 1941 Lincoln Continental Convertible
Maker Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, Michigan
Engine V-12, L-head valves, 292 cubic inches
Transmission 3-speed manual
Height 64 inches
Wheelbase 125 inches
Width 69 inches
Overall length 210 inches
Weight 3860 pounds
Horsepower 120 3500 revolutions per minute
Pounds per horsepower 32.2
In 1922, Henry and Wilford Leland's Lincoln Motor Company was purchased by the Ford Motor Company. The LeLands had gone into business in 1917 building Liberty airplane engines. When the war ended they eventually switched to luxury automobile production but financial calamity forced the sale to Ford.
Edsel Ford took the helm with an eye towards upgrading Lincoln styling. To that end he enlisted the finest American coach builders to produce stylish new bodies for the company. Edsel had always been influenced by European automobile styling. He began working with the designer E.T. Gregorie, Jr. to bring his ideas into fruition. After building two prototypes the company set up a special assembly area where stock Lincoln Zephyrs were lengthened, lowered and modified to create a design that has become a timeless exercise in automobile styling.
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