Sold for $275,000
- Professional frame-off restoration
- Awards at prestigious events
- V-12 447.9-cid, 150-hp engine
- Enjoyable to drive
This beautiful custom-bodied Lincoln is styled to conform to a famous a Brunn design - using radically raked dual windshields – that was utilized on the car displayed at the New York Auto Show in 1932. It is truly spectacular in all manners, benefitting from a ”nuts-and-bolts” professional frame-off restoration executed by well a well-known and respected marque expert . This recent restoration shows as fresh as if it was finished yesterday, and retains a true number one condition. This very car won awards at prestigious events that include Best of Show at Amelia Island and Best in Class at Meadowbrook, attesting to the quality of the work.
The Lincoln has a smooth and silent running V-12 447.9-cid, 150-hp engine connected to a floor-mounted three-speed transmission. The car is immaculate throughout and has dazzling three-tone red paint, special chrome trim components, low-profile trunk, mahogany wood-trimmed running boards, new American chrome wire wheels, Pilot-Ray lamps, optional twin spares mounted at the rear, and dual-sided whitewalls all-around.
The top-grain leather interior is elegant and the wood is top-flight. The rear passenger compartment instrument panel is also fitted with a speedometer and clock that beautifully complement the front dash. This Lincoln runs and drives as expected and will steal the show, wherever the next owner may take it