One of just 13 known examples, beautifully restored to original colors per the build records. A rare and striking Dietrich-bodied Lincoln, thoughtfully updated for enjoyable touring.
This Lincoln Model L is one of only 13 known examples from 1927 to wear this striking Coupe-Roadster coachwork by Dietrich. The handsome design combines Edsel Ford’s front end styling with a sporty and elegant body by the great Ray Dietrich. The most recent owner acquired this car from a fellow Lincoln enthusiast and officer in the Lincoln Owner’s Club. It was subsequently treated to a very high-quality restoration and returned to its original colors of silver and Kenilworth gray with black fenders per the factory build records. Details include a black Haartz canvas top, a period Lorraine spot lamp, and optional Buffalo wire wheels to suit the sporting character of the Deitrich coachwork. It is a highly attractive example, wonderfully suited to touring enjoyment.