1941 Lincoln continental

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Technical specifications

Manufacturer:Lincoln
Model:Continental
Year:1941
Type:Coupe
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Color:Green
Mileage:99,999
Transmission:Manual
Interior Color:green/white
Engine:V8
Trim:2 door
Number of Cylinders:8
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1941 Lincoln 2dr continental that has been in dry storage for 41 years, car is originally from California. body is in great shape and only needing inner rockers. The outer rockers, fenders, quarter panels, doors hood trunk etc are all in great shape with only minor surface rust in a few places, paint is there but chipping fading and cracking. Driver side floor board does have some small holes in it and the trunk pan as some rot around the edges, I have not had the car on a lift but form what I can see the frame is in great condition. all glass is good, interior is all there with a few tears. motor is a 1952 Lincoln V8, 317,i have had the motor running . new plugs, wires, coil, points and condenser, new valve cover gaskets and intake gasket.new electric fuel pump ,and fuel filters. starter has been rebuilt generator has just been rebuilt and converted to 12 volts, new 12volt battery., new water pump. also have a box full of new brake parts including master cylinder, wheel cylinders, hoses, brake shoes and a box full of seals, car still has the original fender skirts and a set of 3 hubcaps. pass side tail light is broke.I do have title for the car. this car is 1 of only 850 continentals coupes built in 41.I put 4 decent tires on so the car does roll and can easily be put on a trailer. This is a great start to a desirable and rare car.What you see in the pictures is what you get. this is a project car and not something you can get in and drive. Car is sold as is where is and no warranty is expressed or implied, all buyers/bidders are urged to look at the car before buying, please ask all questions as all sales are final. bumper brackets are currently off the car.


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