The Lincoln K series (also called the Lincoln Model K, in line with Ford nomenclature) is a luxury vehicle that was produced by the Lincoln Motor Company. Built on a modernized chassis on a longer wheelbase, In 1931 Lincoln introduced the V-12 engine, becoming the signature of the company for nearly 20 years.

One of the most exclusive vehicles produced in the United States during the 1930s, the Model K competed against the Cadillac V-12 and V-16, Packard, Chrysler Imperial, Pierce-Arrow and the Duesenberg. Alongside multiple body configurations produced by Lincoln in its Detroit assembly facility, bare chassis were provided for coachbuilders for bespoke bodywork similar to Rolls-Royce, Bentley, and Bugatti.

Produced as a long-wheelbase version of the Lincoln-Zephyr, Lincoln ended production of the Model K at the end of 1939

This nicely preserved example of the 1936 lincoln v12 limousine is eligible for classic car club of america (ccca) entry and competition!

Black exterior over a burgundy interior

20,252 low miles

V12 engine with 3 speed manual transmission

The original v12 engine fires right up with a new battery and fresh gas and it idles as smoothly and quietly as a kitten

Straight and solid body with nicely preserved bright work

Undercarriage is incredibly clean and solid

The interior is complete and shows well with good wood trim and hardware

The dash, trim, carpets and panels are in nice condition

If you are looking for an awesome, art deco v12 lincoln limo you will not find a better example that is priced to sell.

This would be perfect for cruise night, advertising and promotional use or as a rare addition to any collection

Here is your chance to own this great classic!


Price: $45,000

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Location: Van Nuys, California, United States