This 1941 Lincoln-Zephyr Club Coupe is a very late example and reportedly one of just 178 built for the model year. Power comes from a rebuilt 292ci L-head V12, driving the rear axle through a 3-speed manual transmission. Conceived by Edsel Ford, Eugene Turenne Gregorie handled design, and Zephyr became the “bargain” Lincoln below the K-series and the Continental. With a wheelbase of 125 inches and a length of 210, these weren’t small cars, but somehow E.T. Gregorie’s flowing lines disguise their true size.