1941 Lincoln Limousine Exterior: White Paint, push button doors. The grill, front & rear bumper guards are really nice. All the trim on the car is nice. Glass is good. Car has dual outside mirrors, fender skirts, Continental kit spare, 17” and 20” Spoke Wheels on BF Goodrich tires. Really gets the looks. Interior: Original type interior in tan. Wood grain dash, all factory gauges and clock, 3 speed automatic on column, original style material on the headliner and sun visors, ash trays and cigarette lighter on each side in the back. Engine: 350 Chevrolet V developing 270 Horsepower, 3 speed automatic transmission on column. Stainless caps, new battery, new hoses and belt, dual exhaust, runs and handles great!
350 V8 Motor
White Exterior with a tan color interior
Manufacturer Ford Motor Company
Also called Lincoln Model 32
Assembly Lincoln Assembly, Detroit, Michigan
Body and chassis
Class Luxury car
Body style Limousine
Lincoln "Sunshine Special"
Wheelbase 138 in (3,505.2 mm)
The Lincoln Custom was a custom limousine and long-wheelbase touring sedan from Ford's Lincoln luxury division, manufactured only in 1941.
The wheelbase of the Lincoln Custom is 138 inches (3.5 m) compared to the Zephyr's 125 inches (3.2 m). The 168H (1941) and 268H (1942) Lincoln Customs featured two models: the Model 31 eight passenger sedan and the model 32 eight passenger limousine.