This incredible 1938 Lincoln, 1 of only 15 1938 Model K LeBarons assembled, and 1 of only 6 known to still exist, is the epitome of what was great about the golden era of American luxury. If you’re looking for a legendary automobile that’s primed for the concours, come in and find out why “ownership of the Lincoln is one of life’s pleasant and rewarding experiences”! As is often the case in the realm of classic cars: low production equals increased collectability. And, in addition to being one of the finest vintage Lincolns ever produced, K9105 is believed to be 1 of only 6 1938 Model K LeBarons still in existence. With its low windshield, clean top lines and sweeping fender lines, the car is a masterpiece of classic era design. Naturally, that body’s aesthetic is Wall Street swank, wrapping intricate brightwork around conservative 2-stage. That expertly applied pigment has been buffed to the kind of liquid-smooth shine that’s right at home sitting on the show field. And in November of 2016, rolling as some of the finest pre-war luxury on the planet, this convertible was honored with a Palmetto Award at the Hilton Head Island Concours d’Elegance. Under the hood, this LeBaron’s 414 cubic inch KA V12 uses five main bearings and side-by-side connecting rods to create a smooth 150 horsepower. The car’s chassis, specifically designed to receive bespoke coachwork, features unparalleled quality. The foundation for that quality is solid front and live rear axles, longitudinal leaf springs and 4-wheel vacuum servo assisted drum brakes. And with those bits in mind, the model did receive continuous updates in the form of better frame reinforcement, an adjustable vacuum booster, thermostatic shock absorbers and a new 3-speed transmission. This LeBaron is an elegant, luxurious and exceptionally stylish reminder of the incredible engineering prowess of one of the world’s most storied automotive franchises. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information.
Price in USD: 289900