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1940 Lincoln HAMILTON

Price

$4,200

Vehicle Info

condition
Condition
Used
engine
Engine
N/A
transmission
Transmission
N/A
drivetrain
Drivetrain
N/A
fuel
Fuel
N/A
exterior-color
Exterior Color
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interior-color
Interior Color
N/A
stock
Stock #
CC-40AIR
request-VIN
VIN
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Fuel Economy
CITY
N/A
fuel-economy
HWY
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WW2 W670A CONTINENTAL MOTOR HAMILTON PROPELLERS *******The Continental R-670 (factory designation W670) was a seven-cylinder four-cycle radial aircraft engine produced by Continental displacing 668 cubic inches (11 liters) and a dry weight of 465 lb (211 kg). Horsepower varied from 210 to 240 at 2,200 rpm. The engine was the successor to Continental's first radial engine, the 170 hp Continental A-70. This engine was used on many aircraft in the 1930s and 1940s. The R-670 was widely used in the PT-17 Stearman primary training aircraft of the U.S. military.[1] In addition to being used in aircraft, the R-670 was used in a number of light armored vehicles of World War II. best offer takes it

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