brian2416

1941 Lincoln Continental Cabriolet (first made)

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Roughly where in rural PA are you? Do you have a good PA title for the car? We are in South Central PA.

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Hegins, home of the famous pigeon shoot. I agree with the above posters. Being the first of the year is interesting but likely adds little or no value. According to my books the first serial # for 1941 should be H107688.

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The serial # on your title is H107688 which would be the second #  for 1941. Yours could still be the first convertible built if the first # were assigned to, say, a coupe. I wouldn't use the term "hand built". Far more likely it was the first convertible off the assembly line.

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I mistyped. Your serial # is H107689, making it the second # assigned.

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Interesting, Im not certain of the serial #, but Wendle Wilke toured Sylvania / Toledo ohio in late summer 40, in a 41 Cabriolet like yours..

You need to take a visit to Benson Ford Research center, look at production records..for additional notes...see zephyr club TWOTZ a couple years ago for pics..

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