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For a brief history of the (Lincoln) Zephyr Motor Car Company click here.

This 1941 Lincoln Zephyr Convertible Was Formerly Owned By Actress Gene Tierney.

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1941 Lincoln Zephyr 2-Door Convertible Coupe

Model Year History Overview:
The Zephyr line was Lincoln’s main sales effort in the early ‘40s.  Two Zephyr series were offered in 1940:  the standard coupes, convertibles, and sedan, and custom-interior closed models.  Continental became a separate model for 1941 instead of being a member of the Zephyr series and production increased.  Styling changes were slight on both Zephyr and Continental.  Zephyr could be identified by their fender-mounted parking lights; ’41 Continentals have pushbutton exterior door knobs and directional signals combined with the parking lights.

Total 1941 Lincoln Production: 18,244
Total 1941 Lincoln Zephyr Convertible Production: 725
Vehicle recently came from the estate of J.C. Daniels, Pampa, Texas
Originally Sold To: N/A
Original MSRP:  $1,858.00

Stock Number: C 74

1941 Lincoln Zephyr
2-Door Convertible Coupe
VIN Number:  H120290
Date of Manufacture:  N/A
Assembly Plant: N/A
Exterior Color: Black
Convertible Top:  Tan Canvas
Interior Trim:  Dark Red Vinyl
Engine:  292 CID Lincoln Flathead V-12 /120 Horsepower / Bore/Stroke:  2.88”X 3.75”
Transmission:  3-Speed Manual Column Shift
Equipment:

  • AM Radio
  • Heater & Defroster
  • Power Top
  • Fender Skirts
  • Hub Caps w/Wheel Trim Rings
  • Wide Whitewall Tires

Wheelbase:  125.0 inches

Weight:  3,840 LBS

Stock Number: C 74

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