Lincoln Zephyr & Continental Parts
Boos-Herrel Lincoln Zephyr & Continental Parts 1936-1948
9895 Hidden Hollow Trail
Broadview Heights OH
215-965-8296 Fax 215-310-9869 email@example.com
to provide the right parts, in the right condition at the right price in an effort to continue to serve the Lincoln H-V12 enthusiast. As a convenience to our customers, we
accept Visa & MasterCard. This catalog is organized in the same order as Lincoln’s parts books.
The first section is Chassis, followed by Body. Parts are then listed alphabetically.
We hope this proves to be a useful resource. Please bear in mind this is not a complete
listing of what is currently available. There are many more parts, pieces, components
in stock that could easily double the size of this catalogue. This inventory is probably the largest
ever catalogued to this extent. Please take note of both the text listings and diagrams for your needs.
If its pictured, we probably have it as well. Please call with your needs, we are here to help.
Also, the condition listing is used as a guide. Many times, parts are found to be restored when
indicated used, and used when indicated restored. It would be near impossible to complete a catalogue of
all the items, vehicles, years, condition etc. to cover the entire inventory available. If
you need it, we probably have it or can refer you where to find it!
You will note the catalogue
contains many prices. Prices are a matter of several factors, and in an effort to be fair and reasonable
to buyer and seller, the following are only some items taken into consideration:Intrinsic value – the value
of the part in and of itself. Time value – the convenience of acquiring the part immediately vs. hunting Hershey. Availability/Rarity – some parts are just hard to come by. Cost to carry – what has been invested
in the item. Overhead – expenses incurred to run the business. Cost to replace – either based
on many of the above factors or the cost to have a part made by a foundry or machinist, many times requiring a minimum number
of pieces that would probably never be consumed by the hobby. Competition – there are other dealers I have
to be mindful of. What the market will bear – If items are priced too high, folks will not be restoring these cars
which is not good for anybody.
Please inquire with your needs and I’ll be happy to get you a price. At times they
change upwards and downwards based on many of the factors above.
Important Note on International
Orders and rebuilt parts
Due to changes in US/International
shipping protocols, VAT (Value Added Tax) is required to be collected by seller unless the items are processed DDU
(Delivery Duty Unpaid). This process may result in fees / VAT to be paid by purchaser upon delivery or required pick-up.
With these new rules in effect as of July 1, we will sell and ship internationally under DDU only, with our best-efforts
determining HS codes. Any returns, unclaimed or lost packages are at the full risk of the purchaser.
While every reasonable effort is made to ensure correct and functional parts are shipped, from time-to-time errors
are encountered. Also, rebuilt items may fail due to the age of component parts and normal wear on rebuildable cores
used in the process. Water pumps may leak, shock absorbers may not function, coils may fail etc. In order to supply
parts internationally, shipping charges and any VAT for any returns and replacements are at the original purchaser’s
expense. Such cost otherwise would make it uneconomical to supply the market accordingly. If you do not agree,
please advise and we will not sell the item(s).