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Hemmings Find of the Day – 1941 Lincoln Zephyr convertible

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1941 Lincoln Zephyr convertible V12 coupe. One of only 725 Zephyr convertibles ever produced.

Car originally dark blue with Tan leather, now Darian Blue with Red Leather interior, also a factory color for this year and model. New tan canvas top and fender skirts.

Ground up restored. Appraised in 2016 by Kenneth Merusi and found to be in very good to excellent general condition throughout. Rechromed bumpers, front grille, correct stanless ribbed wheel trim tings and stainless hub caps. New red leather interior in original pattern. Fully polished stainless trim, low mileage correct white wall bias tires. Complete new wiring harness.

V-12, 292 cubic inch, 120 HP flathead engine, believed original, mated to the original 3 speed manual tranmission and a 4:33 rear end.

Manufactured in mid May 1941 and shipped to Foss Hughs Lincoln Mercury in Philadelphia, PA. Car was later found in Carlisle, PA around 1985. Restoration began in the late 1980s and continued in 2018 to current condition.

The national and international Zephyr club has record of only 14 Zephyrs convertible coupes in the United States and this is the only one listed in Pennsylvania.

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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
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