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1941 Lincoln Continental City Limousine once owned by Henry Ford by TeeMack
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This is Henry Ford’s 1941 Lincoln Continental City Limousine. It was designed by Edsel Ford. This one is #2 of 10 that were built. #1 was Mrs. Henry Ford’s Lincoln. And, #3 was for Edsel Ford. It now belongs to a private collection in Kansas City, Missouri. It is equipped with a V-12 engine, three speed transmission and no power steering. There are separate heaters for the front and back. It was also equipped with an intercom system between the driver and the passengers.

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henry ford, 1941, lincoln, continental, limo, teemack, productions

Contributing Photographer of the 2010-2013 “Art of the Car Concours” Car Show at the Kansas City Art Institute.
Contributing Photographer to the Hot Rodder Journal Magazine.
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  • jillreger
    jillregerover 3 years ago

    very cool car… where do you find the cars you shoot?

  • This one belongs to a friend, who has a collection of vehicles. He is also the organizer of the “The Art Of The Car” Concourse Car Show at the Kansas City Art Institute. To answer your question: Car Shows around Kansas City.
    Tim

    – TeeMack

  • resin8n
    resin8nover 3 years ago

    Wow, most unusual car and cool post work.

  • Thank you.

    – TeeMack

  • WildBillPho
    WildBillPhoover 3 years ago

    Nice! pretty formal for you Tim! LOL

  • No kidding. Had a good time riding around in it.
    Tim

    – TeeMack

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