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This 1941 Lincoln Continental Comes From The Harrah Museum

By Steven Symes May 06, 2019
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By Steven Symes May 06, 2019
And it looks good enough to put on display.

This might be the first time you’ve seen a 1941 Lincoln Continental for sale, simply because these cars are quite rare. Not only is this one unique set of wheels, it’s incredibly well-preserved. Take this to any automotive gathering or venue and you’ll instantly generate interest in such a wonderful vehicle. This rare opportunity is being offered by Flemings Ultimate Garage.

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This Continental has a documented 53,426 original miles on the clock, which works out to about 700 miles a year! That means the original factory V12 engine runs strong and smooth, plus it’s been fully detailed so you can pop the hood and be proud. The Lincoln Zephyr manual transmission is also in wonderful operating condition.

Of course, the first thing everyone is going to be marveling at is that mirror finish Capri Blue paint job. It’s been professionally waxed and detailed for a shine that absolutely gleams in any light. Plenty of brightwork on the grille, bumpers, and the push-button door handles adds the perfect luxurious touch. That genuine appearance goes all the way to the factory color-matched wheels and white Polyglas tires with white sidewalls.

Slip inside and bask in the glorious interior, including two-tone Blue leather and paisley cloth upholstery, a mahogany woodgrain dash, original 100-mph speedo, original steering wheel, and the original AM radio.

This particular 1941 Lincoln Continental has sat a preserved state for 25 years, without anyone even turning the ignition key to fire up the engine. On top of that, only 850 Continental coupes were made for the 1941 model year, thanks to the war efforts, and not many of those have survived all these years. The fact this classic ride is in such tremendous condition and that it represents an important time in American history makes this a highly collectible and desirable automobile. A folder with service receipts, parts catalog, pictures, car history, and newspaper articles comes with this ride. Grab it now before prices continue to climb.


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