Yellow · 337 V8 · 45,956 miles
Gorgeous California Car From Day One, Purchased New In Los Angeles California, Well Maintained And SOLID 1 st. Place Show Winner At The Lincoln Land National Show In Touring/Original Class Of A Rare Low Production Cosmopolitan....... Lincoln was founded in 1908, by Henry M. Leland, the former head of Cadillac Motors. The Lincoln was targeted to those fortunate enough to possess the wealth and wanted to flaunt it. It would soon become a major competitor with the likes of Cadillac, Duesenberg, Marmon, Pierce-Arrow and Packard. 1949 was significant to the Ford and Lincoln lines due to the introduction of the 1949 Ford and the 1949 Mercury Eight, which became very popular with customizers who created Lead sleds from it. All were brand new bodies. For just 3 short years, from 1949 to 1951, Lincoln shared its basic body style with the Mercury. During that time, Lincoln came in two distinct models. The standard Lincoln or Baby Lincoln, and the Cosmopolitan. The Cosmopolitan featured a four-speed Hydramatic automatic transmission supplied by General Motors or a base three-speed manual and a 337 cubic inch 152 hp V8 as well as an aerodynamic hood ornament. Like the Continental of the 1960s, the Cosmopolitan featured suicide doors, which opened from the B-pillar. In 1949, new coil springs were added to the front. The headlights and tail lights on the Cosmopolitan reflected a new styling trend appearing on customized vehicles called frenching where various items were recessed into the bodywork, along with a new styling appearance called ponton. In 1951, power window and seats were standard. We Offer Long Term Financing And Worldwide Door To Door Transportation... Foundation For Every Lincoln Cosmopolitan Features Is Sturdy, Comfort-Secure Chassis. Not Only Does It Set The Scale For Cosmopolitans Perfect Body Proportioning, But It Also Provides Solid Roadability, Strength Without Needles Weight, And Rigidity To Offset Severe Road Shock. Acts As A Filtering Panel Against Road Vibration Too. You Ride In Smooth, Silent, Comfortably And Securely On The Perfectly Balanced Bridge Of Steel. Power For The 1951 Lincoln Cosmopolitan Is Delivered Eagerly, Responsively, Smoothly, By The Precission-Built 154 HP 8 Cylinder V-Type Lincoln Engine. Ease Into Traffic, Hurry It Over The Highway, Challenge It To The Highest Hills. Careful Design And Quality Control Of Both Materials And Manufacturing Assure Economical Delivery Of Full-Rated Power And Dependable, Long Lived Performance. Here Is A Power Plant You Can Cont On In Every Traffic Situation. Smooth And Quiet Running Lincoln 337 CID V-8 Rated At 154 HP Effortless Automatic Transmission Column Shift Super Nice Paint Work Done To Factory Specs, Painted in The Late 90s In Factory Color Of Code 18 Bristol Buff Newer Correct Interior Of Code 71 Two Tone Brown In Cloth Power Windows And Seat With Rebuilt Hydraulic Pump Heater AM Pushbutton Radio With Power Antenna Full Instrumentation Dual Sun Visors Drivers And Passengers Outside Mirrors Clock Super Nice Driver At 43,164 Miles Complete Service Was Performed With Newer Brakes Done Including Wheel Cylinders And Spring Kits, Gas Tank Flushed And Carburetor Rebuilt, New Fuel Lines, All Work Performed In Los Angeles California, Odometer Now Showing 45,956 Miles... Front And Rear Bumpers Rechromed In Late 90s, Front Bumper Is Showing Minor Chrome Peel, Otherwise Perfect New Rubber Seals Installed At Same Time. Rolling On Period Correct Firestone Bias Ply Wide White Wall tires And Factory Stock Steel Wheel And Lincoln Hubcaps, Stock Factory Spare We Offer Long Term Financing And Worldwide Door To Door Transportation... PLEASE PHONE AHEAD TO ARRANGE TO VIEW THIS CAR, AS IT IS LISTED OFF SITE. This is a consignment vehicle and the information above was provided by the current owner. We can make no guarantees as to the accuracy of the above information. However, please understand as with all pre-owned automobiles, the described condition is subjective.