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Automobiles from 1930 > Extra about cars in 1930

13. Speedometer dial tops out at 100 mph (161 km/h)
14. Minor control knobs
15. Split-screen fuel and oil-pressure gauges  
16. Bench seat accommodates three occupants
17. Window winder handle 18.Parking brake lever

Despite being the cheapest Lincoln to date, there was no corner-cutting inside the Zephyr cockpit. Some models, mainly convertibles, were upholstered in red, brown, or gray leather, and featured wooden dashboards. From 1937 to 1940 the Zephyrs had an unusual instrument layout, with the main dials positioned in the center of the dashboard; from 1940, the speedometer was moved in front of the driver. The dashboard color was matched to the exterior paint color.
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