Offered here is a great example of this prestigious motorcar. The car has just been mechanically refurbished and is in fine running order. This Lincoln is finished in black with a red interior. True beauty is literally defined as an art in the classic styling of its rounded front-end, with its split grille design and art deco bumper. The long body lines of this Continental define elegance in motion with the long hood and short deck. It is fitted with wide whitewall tires for the true classic era look.
This Continental is body #16H-56-116 and is one of 400 built in 1941, making it a rare car indeed. Powered by a V12 engine, the car offers an excellent performance for a vehicle of its vintage.
The Lincoln Continental was a car that was styled like no other. When Edsel Ford commissioned his Continental as a one-off creation it was so well liked that it was put into production and the rest is history. With its long hood and short deck, the Continental is a thing of beauty as proven by the fact that it is recognized as a Full Classic by the Classic Car Club of America.
With vehicle mechanicals already overhauled, a cosmetic renovation of body and interior will complete the process and give the new owner a car which anyone would be proud of and a joy to drive.