Classic Car Marketing, Inc. Southern California’s premier marketing company is pleased to introduce this new listing offered for sale by one of our clients.
This 1941 Lincoln Continental Custom creation is just 1 of 850 coupes produced and is truly spectacular painted in a custom mix of BASF Diamond Blue Pearl mixed with Carizzma Candy dyes. SEMA feature car and Blacky’s feature car really puts her in a class of her own.
Some of the custom body mods include a 3 inch front chop, 2 inch rear chop, and the windshield laid back 4 inches and lowered 2 inches. Hand fabricated “A” pillars and windshield frame, with the original windshield size and shape retained. The Continental Kit was reshaped and pulled in 2 inches closer to the body adding to the tightness of this whole build.
Under the hood gets even better with a balanced 460 Ford with Edelbrock cam, manifold, carburetor, and Crane ignition. B&M C6 transmission with B&M Street Rod shifter, and a Ford 9 inch rear with 270 gear ratio. Mustang II front suspension with Fat Man tubular A arms, disc front, drum rear, with Corvette master cylinder with hydro boost, and Ford T-Bird power rack and pinion steering. Inside is way too cool for school with custom dash with Autometer gauges and Carriage Works dash insert, Flaming River tilt column, Vintage Air Super Cooler II, Specialty power windows, power door locks, and a custom Autosound hidden audio system with a 10 disc cd changer to play your favorite tunes. Colorado Custom Waverly 18x8 wheels sitting on BFG 255/50/18 TA’s finishes off this Continental just right. Offered at $92,500 OBO.
For more information please visit our website at www.classiccarmarketing.net or call us at 619-972-7073. Please mention the vehicle you are inquiring about so we can respond promptly. Inspections are encouraged before any purchase, of any vehicle, anywhere.
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