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Lincoln Zephyr Classic Cars In Iowa For Sale

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1940 L
3
  • 22,748 below average
  • 9,500 great
  • Iowa
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9,500 1940 L
  • 22,748 below average manual
The fuel system has been modified, the engine mechanical fuel pump has been bypassed and an electric pump has been installed inline, the car is running off an auxiliary can. The 2 front hubcaps are pretty nice, the rears have been dented and "hammered" out. The body and underside are very solid, the frame is good
9,500 IowaIowa at classiccars.com
1938 L
3
  • sedan
  • Iowa
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  • sedan manual
V12 engine, radio, clock, heater, fender skirts. 1938 Lincoln Zephyr two door town sedan
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1948 L
3
  • 24,995 overpriced
  • Iowa
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24,995 1948 L
  • black
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1940 L
3
  • 32,500 fair
  • Iowa
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32,500 1940 L
  • manual
With a recent engine rebuild this classic convertible starts, runs and drives well
32,500 IowaIowa at classiccars.com
1948 L
3
  • 14,500 high price
  • Iowa
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14,500 1948 L
This car boasts a very strong 12 Cylinder engine with 3 speed manual three on the tree transmission. The exterior is rough and could use some body work. Mileage is original and is at 89,987 miles. The flooring from the front to the trunk has been coated with a rust inhibitor and painted black
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1939 L
3
  • 74,995 fair
  • Iowa
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74,995 1939 L
  • yellow automatic
11'" ECI disks front and rear. RideTech Air Ride springs KMC Clockers front and rear Interior : RARE . Ultra low Mustang II based front with 4 bar triangulated link rear suspensions. Corvette 770-R-4 transmission, custom steel driveshaft with limited slip 9"rear end Chassis : Fatman Fabrications Tubular Chassis. Engine /drivetrain : 350 Corvette Tuned Port Injection. Built on a Fatman Fabrications tubular chassis with body by DecoRides and built at Gary Brown's Paint and Bodyworks Bucket Seats✔ Power Seats✔ Power Windows✔ AM/FM✔ CD Player✔ Leather Seats✔ Air Conditioning✔ Alloy Wheels
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1939 L
3
  • 95,000 high price
  • Iowa
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95,000 1939 L
  • manual
1939 lincoln zephyr convertible coupe. Located in lagrande, oregon. One of the rarest lincoln offerings for 1939 was the convertible coupe, with just 640 examples produced that year. This particular car was purchased by a gentleman in union, oregon; the eastern high desert part of the state, an ideal climate for preserving an automobile. After enjoying the car with his family for many years, by the mid-1980's it had been parked in a barn adjacent to their home where the dry climate kept the sheet metal rust-free. It was discovered by the current owner's husband in 1985, and it emerged from the barn. Over the next six years, this lincoln received an exacting frame-off restoration of the highest order. No expense was spared to do everything right and in keeping with factory stock specifications. The body was stripped to bare metal and professionally painted in the original "zephyr coach maroon" color. Deep red leather upholstery and carpets were custom-sewn in correct style. A new haartz cloth top was fabricated. All glass and rubber replaced. All trim was re-plated, and the unique circular instrument panel and dashboard were restored, including the rare, working lincoln radio. The results are a knockout. The 267 cubic inch poweplant generates 110 hp at 3900 rpm, with a stout 186 foot pounds of torque at 2000 rpm. Mated to the 3-speed transmission, this is a wonderful road car, either around town or on the highway. Since restoration it has traveled a little over 1,200 miles on regional trips and to shows, and it has always performed flawlessly. While it has been stored for some time, recently, it was started (on the first turn of the starter) and was driven for the video and photos that accompany this listing. I have personally driven this car. It runs, shifts and drives like a properly restored car should, and stops smooth and straight with no issues. It is a real pleasure to drive. One of the most recent sales, in 2012, saw a 1939 zephyr convertible selling for over $269,000. Certainly, we hope the new owner will enjoy this rolling work of art as much as the previous two owners have over the past 77 years.
95,000 IowaIowa at classiccars.com
1938 L
3
  • 99,995 overpriced
  • Iowa
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99,995 1938 L
  • manual
Powered by a 292 CU in V12 / 3Speed manual TransmissionStromberg L Z Carb - Cast Iron Headers4:44 to 1 gear ratioMaroon Exterior is in GREAT condition and was repainted in 2003Tan interior was redone in 2004Floor ShiftOriginal 38 LZ Radio that was rebuilt with speakersTurn signals were added for saftey HISTORY . he Current owner purchased the car in July 1972 from the 2nd owner and started the restoration at that time The engine was completely rebuilt from the bare block out by Gene Crim of Baltimore Being a uni-body construction Leather Seats
99,995 IowaIowa at classiccars.com
1938 L
3
  • 46,500 fair
  • Iowa
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46,500 1938 L
  • black manual
Introduced on November 2, 1935, as a 1936 model, the Lincoln-Zephyr was extremely modern with a low raked windscreen, integrated fenders, and streamlined aerodynamic design, which influenced the name "ze. The Zephyr is powered by a V12 flathead engine with hydraulic lifters that produces enough power to make the car capable of 90mph. The interior is all original and the exterior is mostly original paint with only a small amount of touch up
46,500 IowaIowa at classiccars.com
1939 L
3
  • 80,000 high price
  • Iowa
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80,000 1939 L
  • purple manual
It has A/C, PS, PB, custom radio in console, custom interior, etc. Air Conditioning
80,000 IowaIowa at classiccars.com
1939 L
3
  • 300,000 overpriced
  • Iowa
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300,000 1939 L
  • green automatic
1939 Lincoln Zephyr 3-Window Coupe Street Rod aka “The Zemi” One of a kind piece of “Rolling Art” All steel All real (Not a replica) This 6-year complete rotisserie restoration was spared no expense Some of the bonus features: Brand new 426 Chrysler hemi crate engine 727A transmission 9” posi-track, 3.50 rear end Handmade grill Suicide doors Stretched rear fenders Disappearing license plate Air ride suspension Custom ostrich and crocodile leather interior Much more….
300,000 IowaIowa at classiccars.com
  • 95,000 overpriced
  • Iowa
  • classiccars.com
95,000 1938 L
  • manual
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  • Iowa
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  • gasoline red
FROM THE MISSOULA AUTO MUSEUM COLLECTION: Vehicle to be offered for Auction sale WITHOUT RESERVE and SOLD to the highest bidder January 19th - 22nd, 2017 at Russo and Steele's 17th Annual Scottsdale Arizona Auction at the Salt River Fields at Talking Stick. This 1941 Lincoln zephyr has undergone a body on restoration with a complete engine rebuild. It features a newer interior with all rubber replaced
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  • Iowa
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  • black
This vehicle is being sold as Lot No.
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  • Iowa
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  • black
Introduced in 1935 as a 1936 model, the all-new Lincoln-Zephyr was meant to be a lower-priced and less expensive alternative to the full-fledged Lincoln, yet still very much a luxury car with its V12 engine and impeccable style. In the early 1930s, Edsel Ford, president of the Ford Motor Company, recognized that a new line was needed to fill the-ever widening gap between top line Fords and the ultra-exclusive, coachbuilt Lincoln K series. Edsel Ford teamed up with his masterful stylist Eugene “Bob” Gregorie, to pen a gorgeous streamlined body, characterized by its pronounced prow and flowing waterfall-like grilles and exquisite but sparse detailing
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