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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. We are restoring a 1940 Lincoln Zephyr Coupe, and none of the standard Lincoln heaters fit the existing holes in the firewall. I should know, I have bought 3 of 'em, thinking one would surely fit. We bought the car mid-restoration, and it came with PART of a heater that does line up with the holes in the firewall. I have included a photo of the partial heater... can anyone identify it? I need the rest of it. There must be some type of fan motor/blower assembly that affixes to the heater core part that I have. Apparently, this was a heater delete car, and somewhere along the line someone added this [most likely aftermarket] heater. ANY information to identify or locate parts for it would be appreciated. Thank you so much! Dave
  3. Hi all - My name is Jason Wright and I am the Associate Producer for a new program on Discovery Channel called "Fast N' Loud". This new series follows car enthusiast Richard Rawlings across America as he searches for vehicle classics to restore to their former glory. For each vehicle that is featured we try to tell a bit of history using a variety of images and footage. I'm turning to AACA to see if any member have photos of their work that they'd be interested in having featured on the show. Currently we are looking for images of a 3-Window Zephyr from the late 30's to Early 40's, as well as any photos of a 1932 5-window Pontiac. If you'd like to have your photos considered, Please send high-resolution versions to JWright@pilgrimstudios.com and I will contact with a photo release form. As well, feel free to contact with any questions. Thanks so much! Jason Wright Associate Producer Pilgrim Studios jwright@pilgrimstudios.com
  4. Hello, I came across this steering wheel in a storage auction last month. It says Lincoln Twelve on it and that's all I can really narrow it down to. Is it off a Zephyr?? Was wondering what kind of car it came off of if not. I have only seen 1 other for sale and the add didn't have any more details than what I have, just that it sold for a pretty penny.. I have no use for it, as I do not restore automobiles but have great respect for those who put in the time and $ to bring them back to life. my email is runninitback@yahoo.com if anyone can help or is interested in it. Thanks! For some reason, I am not able to post my pictures...says I'm missing a security token?? anyways, if you leave me your email I will send them to you from my phone if that's ok?? Thanks again!!
  5. Thursday at 9pm I am starting a 10 day auction on EBAY for a Lincoln Zephyr V12 emblem in very good condition. The enamel is blue in color (original). I list under the ebay name "fishfarm" and have several 100 emblems to sell of 74 different makes from circa 1906 to 1942 if anyone is interested. My email is lupherm@yahoo.com.
  6. Hello, Can anyone identify this car? I know it's a Lincoln, but I don't know the year nor the model. I looked on the internet for Lincoln Twelve and all the searches I found came up with Lincoln Zephyr V12. Any useful information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
  7. 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
  8. I need to sell several 100 emblems and other items from my late fathers collection. There are 74 US brands of emblems from 1906 to 1942 model cars and trucks. I posted the first few on EBAY this week under my name of " fishfarm ". If anyone would like to buy a particular emblem, email me at lupherm@yahoo.com or post on this thread and I will put it on next. This week I am selling 1942 Lincoln Zephyr, Durant, Star, and 1930 Chevy.
  9. Would anyone know where to find patch panels for a 37 zephyr coupe?
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