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  1. Year: 1941 Make: Lincoln Model: Continental Coupe Price: $75,000 Location: New York, NY Contact Information: info@cooperclassiccars.com 212 929 3909 The Cooper Classics Collection is proud to present this brilliantly restored 1941 Lincoln Continental Coupe. Only 850 of these majestic luxury cars were ever constructed. When first produced, the Continental was easily identifiable as a Lincoln, but its seven inch longer hood and body sectioned to be 3 inches lower than its Zephyr counterparts left no confusion about its refinement and subtle good taste. The fenders, both front and rear, were lengthened proportionally with the body. Positioning the spare wheel and tire inside a metal cover at the rear created a new design element, the continental kit, that would be a recurring element of American design for the next two decades. Of the surviving examples, few can claim the condition and careful ownership offered by the example here. The car comes to us from the estate of a highly regarded psychoanalyst from Beverly Hills, CA. This gentleman, a passionate collector of fine automobiles, ordered a complete nut and bolt restoration on this fine V12 automobile. The vehicle was used sparingly during the previous owners lifetime, and at the time of his passing it was put into climate controlled storage. Upon our recent acquisition, the car was found to still present in fantastic restored cosmetic condition. Of course the vehicle needed a complete mechanical recomissioning, which was performed by a top vintage auto mechanic located in Beacon, NY. As it sits the car is an absolute stunner. The paint is gorgeous, and the interior looks good as new. Even the original radio still plays! The original 4.8 L V12 engine, with sequentially numbered heads, rumbles to life with a push of the button, and shifts confidently through the 3-speed column mounted shifter. Sounding the two immense air horns under the hood while chugging along at highway speeds really gives one the feeling that they are piloting a true locomotive. A Classic Car Club of America Full Classic, the Lincoln Continental has never lost its appeal to drivers who appreciate its performance, quality, exclusivity and style. And the example presented here offers all of the above in spades.
  2. Hi guys done some research. Aluminum body and steel fenders. V12 super cool and no reserve. Call with info and questions. 605 201 7005. thank you
  3. looking for spare wheel covers for 1934 Packard V12. please email partex-zakaz@att.net thank you
  4. I have a 1936 Lincoln coupe V12 'K' series car that I am having a hard time finding parts for. I need head gaskets...actually a whole engine gasket kit would be preferred, a radiator, and a shop manual. Any leads would be appreciated. This is not a HV-12. It is a KV-12, factory equipped. Thanks! sean seant2218@yahoo.com
  5. Very nice car with 58,000 original miles. Price is $155,000. For complete details and additional photos, go to www.oldcars.fotki.com Worldwide delivery is available.
  6. I have a V12 bare block; Engine numbers: 5H A31622 A147 B2 These are the numbers on the block; if you know this engine to be from something other than a '47 Lincoln, you will get no argument from me; I only was able to find one post on a blog that said they had these numbers, and that was what it was from. How much do I want? I really have no idea what it is worth; obviously more to someone that needs it than someone that only wants it. I only know I have no use for it, and would like to get a fair price, and get it out of my garage. There are no components, no fasteners, nothing else with this; only the bare, rusty, heavy block. If you need it palletized and shipped, we have a major trucking company located within our city, and I would only ask for fair compensation for shipping it. If you are serious about it, send me your location, and I will get a bid for shipping. Message me, and I can send you a few images of it. There is no obvious damage to this block (other than being rusty), at least not to my untrained eye. (I cannot find the images I have of the block, but will find them; just picture a rusty block standing on end, and you should have a fairly accurate picture) Thanks! Jerry
  7. I have a 48 Lincoln 4 door that is complete down to the hub caps, no broken glass, the cars has sat beside the barn for many years and needs complete restoration sadly the v12 is stuck. This car IMHO deserves to be restored because it is complete, straight car. I am thinking to get $ 4000. but I will consider offers and I will consider taking trades. I will have pix soon. Car located in Tulsa,Ok. I can deliver within 1500 miles of Tulsa circles34a@yahoo.com
  8. Complete fully functional (Don't know for sure it would run, but heads off looks great, no pitting etc.) Can spin over on the bench all valve train etc seems fine. Clutch and flywheel attached. Everything except exhaust manifolds. $2500 Located in Francisco Indiana Mike 8124808419
  9. This is a rebuilt pair of Detroit Lubricator carburetors from a 1937 Cadillac . They have been rebuilt. I will provide the copies of the invoices 3500.00 pat colleary 516 779 8639
  10. i have many 8 and 12 cylinder cadillac parts for sale . please call during the day 516 779 8639 pat colleary. body and mechanical parts
  11. i have many 8 and 12 cylinder cadillac parts for sale . please call during the day 516 779 8639 pat colleary. body and mechanical parts