The Lincoln Zephyr is known for its body lines and sought-after flathead. Steve’s Auto Restoration is raising the bar, this time taking a 1939 Lincoln Zephyr and customizing it to make the body even longer and sleeker.
Eric Black, the man who designed the Street Rodder Road Tour car, is the artist behind this cool Zephyr. The project is currently underway and can be viewed here.
By the time this project is finished, the overall body length will be 37-inches in additional length. The body of the car will also be expanded width wise at the B-pillars 8-inches. The cow of the car l will be 4-inches in length and 6-inches at the front fenders and hood. As far as suspension goes, this car will be getting 2008 Ford F-150 components and will be set on a custom made chassis.
1939 Lincoln Zephyr Details:
- An electrically operated drivetrain
- Door solenoids
- Flip down license Plate
- Welded on fenders and trunk
- Rain gutter removal
- Emblem Removal
- Hidden hinges
Steve’s Auto Restorations is known for some very cool cars and this one is no exception. We look forward to seeing this beauty when it’s officially finished.