1937 Lincoln Zephyr Series HB

The Lincoln Zephyr Series HB was a luxury car produced by Lincoln in 1937. It was a sleek and stylish car and was one of the first cars to feature a streamlined body design. It was named after the Greek god of the west wind, Zephyr.

The car had a 267 cubic inch V-12 engine which produced 110 horsepower. It had a top speed of around 85 mph and could go from 0 to 60 mph in 16 seconds. The engine was paired with a 3-speed manual transmission.

The car featured independent front suspension, hydraulic drum brakes, and a steel body. It also had hydraulic windows, a radio, and a heater as optional features.

The Lincoln Zephyr Series HB was known for its smooth ride and luxurious interior. The car’s spacious and comfortable interior was fitted with leather seats, elegant woodgrain dashboards, and a full set of gauges.

The Lincoln Zephyr Series HB was a popular car during its time and helped Lincoln establish itself as a luxury car manufacturer. It set the standard for future Lincoln cars and influenced the design of other cars during the pre-World War II era.

By John Scott

I was born at a very young age.

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