Lot 169- 1941 Lincoln Continental Coupe

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PNW CONCOURS D’ELEGANCE FIRST PRIZE WINNER! OVER 40 YEAR WASHINGTON OWNERSHIP HISTORY! AWARD WINNING SHOW CAR! ZERO EXPENSE SPARED, GROUND UP, NUT AND BOLT 6 YEAR LONG RESTORATION COMPLETED IN 2001! THIS CAR IS A GROUND UP RESTORATION! THE ATTENTION TO DETAIL IS OUTSTANDING!

Built on December 23rd, 1940, this Continental was originally equipped with goodyear white wall tires, heater, 292ci flathead V12 engine, 3-speed transmission, 2 speed columbia rear axle, spotlight, and chrome wheel trim rings, special ordered with walnut striped dashboard, tan leather throughout, and finished in Volanta Coach Maroon. This model acquired its name from the shortened trunk and “Continental” spare integrated into the rear bodywork. Though based on the smaller Zephyr platform, the name was discontinued in 1941 as the Zephyr platform was now shared among all Lincoln models. The Lincoln Motor Company then formally became the Lincoln Division of the Ford Motor Company. This Continental has won various awards including but not limited to the PNW Concours d’Elegance first prize, Country Village Fall Show ‘best car for a road trip’ in 2010, PNW Lincoln & Continental Owner’s Club Cascade Concours first place in 2007, and the PNW Lincoln & Continental Owner’s Club Commemorative Concours first place in 2003. #1 CONCOURS CONDITION IS VALUED AT $54,275. THIS CONTINENTAL COUPE IS EASILY DESCRIBED AS ‘CONCOURS CONDITION’ AND HAS THE PRIOR AWARDS TO PROVE IT!