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1936 Lincoln Zephyr
The 1936 Lincoln Zephyr 4-door Sedan

1936 Lincoln Zephyr

Combining the products of Ford and Lincoln, the Zephyr became available to the public in 1936. It's teardrop design was revolutionary in the '30s and gave the Zephyr a distinct style of its own. Alloy steel pistons, aluminum cylinder heads and a one-piece block casting powered the Lincoln Zephyr V12 with an advertised 110 hp using twin water pumps and a single downdraft carburetor. Inside, the interior was covered in either a taupe broadcloth or tan bedford cord leaving leather as an option.

1936 Lincoln Zephyr Production and Specifications

Model Number Body/Style Number Body Type & Seating Factory Price Shipping Weight Total Production
Zephyr Series
902 - 4-dr Sedan - 6P $1,320 3,349 lbs 12,272
902 - 4-dr Sedan - 6P - - 908
903 - 2-dr Sedan - 6P $1,275 3,289 lbs 1,814

Chassis Data

Model Wheelbase Overall Length Height Front Tread Rear Tread Tires
Lincoln 122 in 202.5 in 69 in 55.5 in 58.25 in 7.00 x 16

Vin Number Decoding - 1936 Lincoln

Location: Right side of cowl, top of clutch housing and transmission case.
Serial numbers started with H1 and ended with H15528
*no further breakdown available at this time

1936 Lincoln Options and Accessories

Description Description
Clock Leather Interior
Fitted Luggage

Cigarette Lighter

Ashtray Glove Compartment with Lock
Dual Windshield Wipers Adjustable Sun Visors
Front and Rear Armrests Foot Hassocks
Rear View Mirror Synchronized Horns
Metal Spring Covers Rear Wheel Shields
Twin Tail and Stop Lights Hydraulic Shock Absorbers


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