1941 Lincoln Continental Custom Limousine

Price: - Item location: Roebuck, South Carolina, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Lincoln
  • Model: Continental
  • Type: Limousine
  • Trim: Custom Limousine
  • Year: 1941
  • Mileage: 1
  • Color: Black
  • Engine size: V-12
  • Number of cylinders: 12
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Tan
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1941 Lincoln Continental Custom Limousine

Here we go..!
1941 Lincoln Custom LimousineVery Rare, Hard to find.
MotorV-12Does not run, I haven't tried to go any further
TransmissionIs a manual, I do not know the condition.
BodyThe body of the Lincoln Custom Limo is not that bad, there is some rust on edge of backleft qtr. panel,there is rust thru on drivers side floorboard.The frame is good. There is some surface areas here and there For all intents and reasons, the Lincoln is very solid.
InteriorRough...I feel and what I see its all there, does appear while sitting in the garage, may have beenattacked by mice...seat cushions and upholstery is shot.
Options for this LincolnRear dual power windows (option not standard)Rear dual cigar lightersRear dual opera lightsRear Clock (option not standard)Rear Jump seatGlass Divider to separate the driver from the owner (option not standard)Power glass divider (Option not standard)Heater ( this was a option for 1941)
MilesI do not know, but sold miles exempt
TiresDry rotted, couple do still hold airMissing left rear dog dish hubcap,other 3 hubcaps, and all rings there.
This 1941 Lincoln Custom Limousine came from Massachusetts
SummationThis 1941 Lincoln Custom Limousine is a rare vehicle left from the good ole days of 1941.75 years old, the year of Pearl Harbor attack, why I mention this is the fact, 1941 had been a goodyear for the USA, Americans living their lives, dreams, a growing country under FDR, until December 7th.1941, the day AMERICA changed, lives were changed forever. When I watch the movie Pearl Harbor this past weekend, it clicked about the 1941 Lincoln, how things were abundant to the AMERICAN people til the day, December 7th, 1941. Wealth,associated by the people, and prosperity such as this 1941 Lincoln, big long shiny and black, showed wealth, aristocrats, factories, car manufacturing, big luxury passenger cars. At this time and down the line, Lincolns were used for the President, FDR loved the Lincolns, later had a gorgeous 1948, and I read..don't quote me,from the war, several Lincolns were"pieced" together to make one for the President.This 1941 Lincoln reminds me of many things, some sad, some happy thoughts,but however you choose to think of things, this Lincoln represents a time of GOOD AND BAD, and how we did recover as AMERICANS, and move forward...In 1941, this was the first year of power options, such as power windows, power dividers in such a car built or ordered ONLY for the very wealthy,and well to do folk.Many of these Lincolns were ordered WITHOUT POWER OPTIONS, folks didn't know or understand and were not familiar, so therefor not many were made with power options.Some of these Lincolns did not even have the divider.This one has it all, power windows, a divider, and at that a "power divider"!This one was also ordered with a heater! not a standard item back then.The Lincoln has a "optional clock"!With the cigar or cigarette lighters on both sides!Has the dual opera lights in back of cabin for it's owners!And of course.... if the Limo was still not big enough, or enough seats, it has the jump seat for that one extra passenger....ah, the good ole days!I have attempted to find just how many were made, I've read there was 195 made, then read another article where there was 295 made, either number, 75 years later not many around anymore.
This Lincoln from what we were told was ordered by a wealthy family form Mass.There is still factory markings in "RED" crayon on the engine cowl. The battery looks original or from that era.This Lincoln was ordered with all the newest latest options offered for the 1941 Lincoln CUSTOM Limousine.The Lincoln was drove until, from what we were told until 1958, where she set in a garage, until the last family member died. The younger generation came in and did not wish to retain the property.The property was put up for sale, for commercial development.
I can only imagine,back in 1941, when you pulled up in this BIG, NEW, BLACK, SHINY, LONG, DRIPPING IN NEW SHINY CHROME, LINCOLN LIMOUSINE, you didn't have to say a word, the 1941 Lincoln made the statement for you, I'M HERE. Now days people put on aires, false claims too wealth, but back in 1941, it wasn't like today, you pulled up in this Lincoln, you was somebody!
SO, with that said, these fabulous Lincolns have a NADA "rough" value of aprox. $17,000, I've seen them go from $60,000 to $135,00, yes fully restored,and we are fully aware this Lincoln is not today as she was back in her glory days.We have set what we feel is a modest reserve,also a BUY IT NOW, for some one to purchase her, and take her back to good ole days, which after 75 years, she well deserves it.This Lincoln truly stands the test of time for a day, years ago, rich in heritage and iconic to the past.
WarrantyNONE- sold as is where is, no warranty claimed or expressed
ShippingWE will glad to assist your shipper to load the Lincoln.ALL COST INVOLVED TO SHIP IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY!We can transport this Lincoln to you for a fee.Lincoln purchase and if you choose us, transport fees will have to be paid for in full before it leaves.
TitleSOLD WITH A BILL OF SALE
PaymentPayment in full within 3 daysPicked up within 7 days, on the 8th day a fee for storage will be $30 per day.If you leave over 30 days,you will forfeit any monies you have paid.If you don't honor your agreement on the purchase of paying for the Lincoln after you havewon the auction, we will report to EBAY the transaction as "unpaid".We will accept cash, or your good check, Lincoln cannot leave until your good check clears our bank, IF your good check turns bad, I will deposit one more time,there will be fees added for bad check of $37 per transaction, if still not paid, we will turn your good check,gone bad to local authority. Pay PalIf you choose to pay deposit or to pay by PAY PAL you will have to pay all fees associated by PAY PAL, above the final bid of the auction.
WE do reserve the right to end this auction early, as it is for sale locally.
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