The Lincoln Continental is a firm favourite in the Oxford series of American Classic Cars with examples from both the 1950s and 1960s. Now it’s the turn of a stylish version launched in the mid World War II era in 1941. With an open top and tan folded down hood, the car appears in an appealing pale blue, complemented by the usual high level of chrome associated with American cars of the time. The seats and floor are moulded in the same pale tan as the tonneau cover. Sporting a number plate from Maine 1941 102014 Vacationland, our little vehicle is rounded off with whitewall tyres – and just look at that elaborate radiator grille!