Lincoln twice came from a goal behind to secure a point at Wycombe.
The hosts took the lead after 48 seconds when Kevin Betsy headed home Gareth Ainsworth's pin-point cross.
Mustapha Carayol equalised with a screamer from 20 yards but Reading loanee Scott Davies restored Wycombe's lead, firing a shot in off the bar.
Ben Hutchinson made it 2-2 as he finished well after good work from Drewe Broughton, who was later denied a winner when his shot hit the crossbar.
Wycombe manager Gary Waddock told BBC Three Counties Radio: "I thought the first half was reasonable, the second half was not the performance we are looking for.
"We could have lost it at the end when they had an opportunity that hit the crossbar. We could have come away with a 3-2 defeat so we'll take a point.
"Teams will come here and make it difficult, and Lincoln have done that today. Credit to them. During the second half they took the game to us and caused us some problems."
Lincoln City manager Steve Tilson told BBC Lincolnshire: "It was a very open game today from two sides who were both trying to win the game. Once we scored the second goal I felt we looked like the side which would go on to win it but it was a good game.
"We made the worst start possible but fair play to the lads, they showed character and spirit to get back in the game.
"At the end Drewe (Broughton) should have scored but I said to him that if he keeps getting in those positions he'll get goals. It's when strikers don't get into good positions that you start worrying."
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