Common to all 1942 Lincolns was the larger 306 V12 engine rated at 130 hp. It also shared the Zephers new styling format. The custom shared the Zepher dash board, the circular speedometer was placed to the right of the steering column, and the center section was occupied by the radio grill. These were extremely rare pre-war Lincolns in that only 1,236 were built combined production. The 1942 was very impressive and a favorite among the stars. This car shows 2,281 miles. It was professionally restored 8 years ago and shows very nice. The body clad in dark blue mirror finish paint. The interior is the combination red leather and tan rib cord with tan wool carpet including the trunk. The 130 hp V12 is remachined with 3 speed on the column with overdrive. Engine compartment is show detailed, and all chrome and glass show quality. The continental rear spare, skirts, and wide whitewalls give this rare Lincoln a show stopper appearance. It runs and drives very good and would look great in any classic collection. Complete video of this vehicle available. Call our classic car division at 815-385-8408 for video and/or vehicle information.
DISCLAIMER: The information in this ad is provided by the seller and not OldRide.com. The prices, terms, and reliability of the item remains subject to the direct negotiation between the buyer and seller. OldRide.com is not responsible for any damages that may occur during a transaction. For more resources about purchasing a vehicle online visit our help section "Buying a Vehicle".