1946 Lincoln Twelve Coupe finished in Black paint. Riding on wide
white walls with Lincoln wheels. Chrome and brightwork in decent
shape. Paint does show its age throughout. Powered by the L-head
V12 that is paired with a manual transmission. We have had this car
running and driving in our lot/ frontage road; will need some TLC
before going on longer trips. The brakes are weak, will need to be
looked at. This car does come with rear fender skirts. Cream cloth
bench seat interior with 3-on-the-tree shifter, dash appears stock.
Push button doors could be ordered on the early production models
in 1946. Power windows are working, but eventually they will fall
back down again. Electric fuel pump switch was installed under the
dash, towards you is on. Push button start on the left side of the
dash. Stock sounding Lincoln!
Please see video for full breakdown of this vehicle
Give us a call at 507-386-1726 or email
"[email protected]" to inquire about this vehicle.
TRADES WILL BE CONSIDERED AND FINANCING IS AVAILABLE
This particular vehicle IS ELIGIBLE for an extended warranty! Ask
us for more details!
•••MN residents are responsible for tax, license and title
procurement fees. Out of state buyers will only have a $125 Title
Procurement fee, no tax or other fees charged.•••
1946 Lincoln Custom
Stock Number:# 5594
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