1941 Lincoln Continental Cabriolet. The design of the 1940 and 1941 Lincoln Continental V12 models was allegedly sketched out in an hour by Bob Gregorie in 1939 as a custom bodied special for Edsel Ford. The 1941 model year introduced the pushbutton doors. It is powered by a 292 V-12 engine and rides on a 125" wheelbase. Just 400 Cabriolets were produced. This automobile was originally black. It went through a professional restoration in about 2001 when it was painted maroon. It has been driven less than 900 miles since the restoration. Owner: Kenneth Craig, Woodinville, WA. Photographed at the Pacific Northwest Concours d'Elegance held September 7, 2014.