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  • RefCode: DIY1104664
  • Make: LINCOLN
  • Model: CONTINENTAL
  • Category: Saloon
  • Mileage (Miles): 45,000
  • Mileage (KM): 72,420
  • Colour: White
  • RHD/LHD: LHD
  • Gearbox type: Automatic
  • Currency: GBP

7.6i V8 petrol engine, very good condition, original features, imported from USA, historic UK registration.

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  • RefCode: TA1120870
  • Make: LINCOLN
  • Model: CONTINENTAL
  • Derivative: 12 Cylinder
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,947
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: Red
  • RHD/LHD: LHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Currency: GBP

1947 Lincoln Continental 12 Cylinder Convertible WAS 95,000 NOW 80,000 - £80,000.00

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  • RefCode: TA1120942
  • Make: LINCOLN
  • Model: CONTINENTAL
  • Derivative: MARK V CARTIER EDITION
  • Category: Saloon
  • Year: 1,977
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A
  • Currency: USD
  • Auction: 30th Aug - 2nd Sep 2018 - RM Sotheby's - Auburn Fall

To Be OFFERED AT AUCTION WITHOUT RESERVE at RM Sothebys' Auburn Fall event, 30 August - 2 September 2018. Estimates:$20,000 - $25,000 V-8 engine; automatic transmissionSingle-family ownership from newOdometer displays less than 13,500 milesFord Aeronutronic CB radioNumerous power amenitiesCruise control and air conditioning Check back soon for complete catalogue description. To view this car and others currently consigned to this auction, please visit the RM website at rmsothebys.comTo view this car and others currently consigned to this auction, please visit the RM website at rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/AF18.

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  • RefCode: TA1120935
  • Make: LINCOLN
  • Model: MODEL L
  • Category: Saloon
  • Year: 1,927
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A
  • Currency: USD
  • Auction: 30th Aug - 2nd Sep 2018 - RM Sotheby's - Auburn Fall

To Be OFFERED AT AUCTION at RM Sothebys' Auburn Fall event, 30 August - 2 September 2018. Estimates:$50,000 - $65,000 Check back soon for complete catalogue description. To view this car and others currently consigned to this auction, please visit the RM website at rmsothebys.comTo view this car and others currently consigned to this auction, please visit the RM website at rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/AF18.

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  • RefCode: TA1120997
  • Make: LINCOLN
  • Model: ZEPHYR
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,939
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A
  • Currency: USD
  • Auction: 23rd/24th Jun 2018 - RM Sotheby's - The Dingman Collection

To Be OFFERED AT AUCTION WITHOUT RESERVE at RM Sothebys' The Dingman Collection event, 23 - 24 June 2018. Estimates:$190,000 - $220,000 Offered from a private collectionFormerly of the Dingman CollectionExceptional Kevin Westmoreland restorationDesirable Columbia rear axleOne of just 302 built; among the finest extant The very rare convertible sedan offered here was one of just 302 built in 1939, a year that the Lincoln-Zephyr adopted new hydraulic brakes and modest styling changes, including a redesigned grille, bumpers, and doors with flanged sills, covering the running boards. Inside, a central pedestal rose from the floor, containing a radio speaker and heater (when fitted), a clock, and the instrument cluster at the top. The pedestal also concealed the transmission shift lever, which exited at the top on the drivers side, where it fell easily to hand. The instrument cluster was revised in arrangement, and a voltmeter, which Ford called a battery condition indicator, replaced the ammeter.Upholstery choices included cloth or leather, the latter in tan-grey, red, or brown. Convertible sedans had new inside door panels and redesigned rear arm rests and seat cushion patterns.Long a Ford option, and also available on Lincoln-Zephyrs, was the Columbia two-speed axle, which gave an overdrive ratio to the transmission. Engaged by a vacuum cylinder at the differential, it provided, in effect, a cruising gear, appreciated in its day for greater fuel economy and today, for its ability to reduce engine RPMs at modern highway speeds.Michael Dingman purchased this convertible sedan from Sheldon Gomberg of Los Angeles, California, in February 2002. It was then consigned to Kevin Westmorelands Performance Restoration to be completely rebuiltan exhaustive process that totaled over $215,000. It is painted black with black canvas top and red leather upholstery. The paint is excellent, exhibiting a deep shine and no surface flaws. The black canvas top has attractive red piping and looks virtually new.A matching boot cover is housed in the trunk. The upholstery is correctly pleated and appears unworn. Matching red carpets line the floor.The engine compartment is clean and properly detailed, the aluminum heads and manifold providing artistic contrast to the green cylinder block. The chassis and undercarriage are matte black, all nicely presented, and the car is fitted with 7.00 × 16 Firestone Deluxe Champion wide whitewalls. Equipped with the optional Columbia overdrive, the car is ideally suited for touring.Although it has completed limited mileage since restoration, this beautiful Zephyr has been well maintained in its current owners collection since 2012, with the intention of preserving its as-new appearance. A virtually new example, it is an extremely rare, highly desirable automobile.To view this car and others currently consigned to this auction, please visit the RM website at rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/DM18.

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  • RefCode: TA1119854
  • Make: LINCOLN
  • Model: ZEPHYR
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,939
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A
  • Currency: GBP
  • Auction: 16th Jun 2018 - ACA - June Auction

1939 Lincoln Zephyr 'Black Nite' Custom Coupe Lot Number: Estimate: No Reserve Chassis number: 20061222 Forming part of a selection of five vehicles being offered on behalf of the finance company. Fitted with a Dodge Viper 8.3 1 V10. UK registered in 2012. Registration number 646 YUH. Museum displayed in recent years. We have been advised that many, many '000s have been spent on this car. It comes with a copy V5. Mileage recorded at 000035.

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  • RefCode: TA1120979
  • Make: LINCOLN
  • Model: CONTINENTAL
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,942
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A
  • Currency: USD
  • Auction: 23rd/24th Jun 2018 - RM Sotheby's - The Dingman Collection

To Be OFFERED AT AUCTION WITHOUT RESERVE at RM Sothebys' The Dingman Collection event, 23 - 24 June 2018. Estimates:$60,000 - $90,000 Offered from the Dingman CollectionOne of only 136 examples producedOlder, well-preserved authentic restorationClassic Car Club of America (CCCA) Senior First Prize winner By 1941, the big Model K Lincoln was gone; the Lincoln-Zephyr was the Lincoln. A Custom limousine was its flagship and the sylphlike Continental its siren. E.T. Bob Gregories yacht-like lines evoked smooth sailing on the seas. But the times, they were achangin. General Motors new bodies that year were making the fashion statements, and Ford chose to answer. For 1942, the modernist style dictated a more massive front end, more like Cadillacs, so the fenders were bulked up and the nose was given a wide horizontal grille with sophisticated thin chrome bars. The nose and fenders aside, the Continental kept its original distinctive features, most importantly the exposed spare tire, to which the modelwould give its name as other automakers and aftermarket vendors offered accessory imitations.This maroon Continental cabriolet comes from the brief 1942 model year, which was halted in February as the nation plunged into war. Just 136 cabriolets were built before the assembly lines stopped. Mr. Dingman purchased it in October 2016 from the estate of Rexford Ryan of San Diego, California. Prior owners included the well-known Colorado collectors Terry Johnson and Roger Willbanks, as well as David Clark of Nevada, and Michael Alagna of New York.Production records at the Benson Ford Research Center show the car was assembled on 7 November 1941, and shipped on the 14th to Gengras Motors, the dealer in Somerville, Massachusetts. Originally painted Victoria Coach Maroon, with red leather upholstery and tan top, it has been restored in this motif. Other accessories included side mirrors, whitewall tires with trim rings and a hot-air heater. A radio and Borg-Warner overdrive were later added, perhaps by thedealer. At one stage in the cars life, it was believed to have belonged to Edsel Ford, but research by the Benson Ford archivists failed to find any connection. An older restoration, it earned a CCCA National Senior, medallion 513, for then-owner Mr. Alagna at Buck Hill Falls, Pennsylvania, in 1971. The paint remains very good, exhibiting a deep shine. The doors open and shut well. There is some minor separation in the vent window glass, and the top boot has some staining. Otherwise the car presents very well and has a tidy engine compartment. The underbody and undercarriage, however, although clean, have been undercoated. The tires are 7.00-15 Firestone Deluxe Champion polyester whitewalls. The side mirrors are works of art; the cataloguer onsite described the drivers side mirror as willow, the passenger-side as stork. Many consider the 1942 Continental as the prettiest of the second-generation cars. After the war, while the general lines were unchanged, the grille was given a bold egg-crate lookthat was fashionable across the industry at the time. This car is an excellent example of the elegant simplicity that engaged America in the earlier and simpler time.To view this car and others currently consigned to this auction, please visit the RM website at rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/DM18.

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  • RefCode: TA1120976
  • Make: LINCOLN
  • Model: CONTINENTAL
  • Derivative: CLUB
  • Category: Saloon
  • Year: 1,942
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A
  • Currency: USD
  • Auction: 23rd/24th Jun 2018 - RM Sotheby's - The Dingman Collection

To Be OFFERED AT AUCTION WITHOUT RESERVE at RM Sothebys' The Dingman Collection event, 23 - 24 June 2018. Estimates:$25,000 - $45,000 Offered from the Dingman CollectionOriginally owned by operatic soprano Grace MooreRestored in the 1960s by Lincoln-Zephyr Owners Club founder John MacAdamsPowered by a Roush-built V-12 If E.T. Bob Gregorie gave life to the Lincoln Continental, surely Edsel Ford was its godfather (and the Lincoln-Zephyr its mother). The Zephyr, which had its roots in John Tjaardas Sterkenberg studies of the late 1920s, became the savior of Lincoln at its 1935 introduction, a time when the big Model Ks were selling barely 2,000 cars a year. A semi-unitary sedan or coupe, the Zephyr used a small V-12, at 267 cu. in., hardly half the size of the Ks engine and, more importantly, sold for a third its price. Lincoln sales promptly rose by a factor of six.Returning from Europe in 1938, Edsel sketched for Gregorie a concept that he wished to build on a Ford chassis. Gregorie did detaileddrawings based on a Zephyr convertible instead, and the result was the Continental. The hood and fenders were extended about a foot, and the car sectioned horizontally by four inches. The bustle back and outside Continental tire were the finishing touches. The car was built, and Edsel took it to Florida that winter. Legend says that his friends were so taken with the car that 200 of them placed orders. This 1942 Lincoln Continental club coupe, one of just 200, was purchased from novelist Lucette Walters of California and Hawaii in April 2017. The build record in the Benson Ford Research Center shows that it was assembled on 24 December 1941 and shipped to Edgewater, New Jersey, across the Hudson from New York City, on 8 January 1942. Its first owner was renowned operatic soprano and musical theater star Grace Moore. She kept the car for several years. On 26 January 1947, she perished in a plane crash in Denmark, at age 48. Some years after her death, the car was purchased by John D. MacAdams, afounder of the Lincoln Zephyr Owners Club. MacAdams undertook a three-year restoration in the 1960s. It had a couple of owners in the 1970s and 80s, one of whom was Terry Johnson at the same time he owned the companion cabriolet (Lot ###) . Johnson sold it to John Spencer Bradley in 1984; Mr. Bradley lent the car for extended display at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles in 1997. It remained there until 2006, when it was sold to Ms. Walters.Still wearing its MacAdams restoration, it has been carefully preserved and regularly serviced. Upon arriving at the Dingman Collection, it was freshened and detailed by Bayberry Vintage Auto, including the installation of a Roush-built V-12. The build record confirms that the current Victoria Coach Maroon is correct for the car, as is the red leather upholstery. The drivers seat, however, shows some wear from use. The paint has endured very well and exhibits a deep shine. The build record shows that the Borg-Warner overdrive and radio withvacuum-operated power antenna were factory items. The current hot-air heater was a later addition.One of the most interesting features is an enigma. The glove box door has an emblem for the Liquamatic transmission. This was an option on 1942 Lincolns and Mercurys, somewhat like Chryslers Vacamatic Fluid Drive. Units had immediate problems, and all were apparently replaced. This cars build record, however, does not note the Liquamatic option; in fact it was shipped before the first Liquamatic cars were built. John MacAdams reports that the emblem was on the car when he got it, apparently a memento of what might have been.To view this car and others currently consigned to this auction, please visit the RM website at rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/DM18.

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  • RefCode: TA1120977
  • Make: LINCOLN
  • Model: CONTINENTAL
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,961
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A
  • Currency: USD
  • Auction: 23rd/24th Jun 2018 - RM Sotheby's - The Dingman Collection

To Be OFFERED AT AUCTION WITHOUT RESERVE at RM Sothebys' The Dingman Collection event, 23 - 24 June 2018. Estimates:$40,000 - $60,000 Offered from the Dingman CollectionFrom the first year of one of the best-known designsGorgeous Sunburst Yellow finishTimeless design icon of the 1960s Lincoln boldly switched to unitary construction for the 1958 models, but the result was somewhat underwhelming. The biggest Lincolns to date and the largest unibody cars ever, they came across as perpendicularly sculpted, competitive at first but decidedly dated by 1960. The new 1961 Lincoln started out as a Thunderbird concept. Ford styling vice-president George Walker had chief stylist Elwood Engel round up a team that eventually included John Najjar, Bob Thomas, Joe Oros, John Orff, and Colin Neale. Engel told his stylists, I want a clean car no garbage.A clean car is what he got, created around a Thunderbird cowl. Robert McNamara, Ford general manager who soon became company president, suggested it become afour-door Lincoln Continental. It went into production in November 1960. The Industrial Design Institute awarded it a coveted Bronze Medal, rare for an automobile. The new Continental was designed for ease of passenger entry: the lack of a wrap-around windshield and use of aft-hinged suicide rear doors facilitated this. Novel for the time was a convertible sedan body style, the first since the Frazer Manhattan of 1951. Lincoln, in an understated manner, called it simply Continental Four-Door Convertible.This 1961 convertible was purchased from well-known Continental expert Gordon Jensen of Marco Island, Florida, in December 2014. Gorgeous in Sunburst Yellow, it has the interior wood-grain accents characteristic of the early Continental interiors. Contours and paint are all excellent, and exterior brightwork is of very good quality. The instrument panel is in very good condition and the padding shows no cracks. The black leather upholstery is near-excellent, only the drivers seat showing any wear.Both front and back seats have fold-down armrests. The odometer shows some 850 miles, believed to be since restoration.The undercarriage is generally very nice, exhibiting a factory-like finish. The tires are P235/75-R14 Coker Classic radial whitewalls. The engine bay is highly detailed, with no significant flaws. Very well appointed, the car has power steering and brakes, power front seat and factory air conditioning, windshield washers and power seats, as well as an AM radio. It is also equipped with Speed Control, an early form of cruise control. The top is power-operated and causes a sensation whenever it is raised or lowered. The 19611969 Lincoln Continentals raised the bar on luxury vehicle design. This is a particularly desirable example.To view this car and others currently consigned to this auction, please visit the RM website at rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/DM18.

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  • RefCode: TA1120998
  • Make: LINCOLN
  • Model: MODEL K
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,937
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A
  • Currency: USD
  • Auction: 23rd/24th Jun 2018 - RM Sotheby's - The Dingman Collection

To Be OFFERED AT AUCTION WITHOUT RESERVE at RM Sothebys' The Dingman Collection event, 23 - 24 June 2018. Estimates:$125,000 - $150,000 Offered from a private collectionFormerly of the Dr. Barbara Atwood CollectionCommissioned by socialite and athlete Eleanora SearsMany unique features, including 1936 styling cues and white rubber running boardsA sporting automobile, bespoke for a sporting ladyClassic Car Club of America (CCCA) Full Classic Raised in Beacon Hill Brahmin society, Eleanora Randolph Sears was ahead of her time as a noted sportswoman, not only participating, but excelling in numerous pursuits. She won the U.S. womens doubles tennis title in 1911, 1915, 1916, and 1917, and was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame; was the first person to swim the four-and-a-half miles from Baileys Beach to First Beach in Newport; bred, trained, and rode show horses; helped to found the U.S. Womens Squash Racquets Association; walked 47 miles between Boston and Providence in 9 hours and 53minutes in 1926; and participated in baseball, field hockey, and auto racing.Unsurprisingly, Sears liked fine automobiles and owned most of the great marques of her era. In 1937 she ordered this Model K, one of 15 produced with this semi-custom Convertible Victoria body by Brunn & Company of Buffalo, featuring a one-piece flat windshield and distinctive blind-quarter top. Of surprisingly conservative bent when it came to styling, she requested that the car have the 1936-style grille, fenders, and free-standing chrome headlights rather than the new Lincoln-Zephyr-inspired look of most 1937 Lincolns. The running boards were covered with an experimental white rubber covering, supplied by Goodyear, as later recounted by Hermann Brunn Jr., son of the coachbuilder. The body was finished, naturally, in Sears Maroon.Sears drove the Lincoln avidly for several years, then laid it up during World War II. After the war she gave it to her cousin, Henry Sears Lodge, for him to drive while at Harvard! The car waseventually acquired by Ted Swain, then, in 1991, by Dr. Barbara Atwood, one of the best-known collectors of Full Classics at the time. Dr. Atwood commissioned the cars full restoration, after which it competed all over the country, winning the Presidents Cup from the AACA in 1993, and 2nd in Class at that years Pebble Beach Concours dElegance. It continued to appear in AACA judging until 1998, then was fastidiously maintained in Dr. Atwoods private museum until joining the current owners collection in 2009.Still in beautiful overall condition, this is among the most fascinating Full Classic Lincolns a beautiful reflection of a fascinating, unique personality.To view this car and others currently consigned to this auction, please visit the RM website at rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/DM18.

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