Lincoln built just 133 12-cylinder Model Ks in 1939, the last year for the exclusive, luxurious 1939 Lincoln K V-12, in production since 1933. It took 21 different body designs, including individual customs from Brunn, Willoughby, Judkins and LeBaron, to fill even that tiny production, all but three of them built in single-digit quantities. That included the 2-passenger coupe by LeBaron of which just four are believed to have been built including this exceptional example. The exterior is finished in maroon with a discrete gold coachline. The two lucky passengers ride on beautiful grey leather. There are two trunks, one under the rear deck with access from the side for occasional baggage or golf bags and a separate trunk on a folding rack. The roof is padded black leather covered. The exterior has dual enclosed side mounts, wide whitewall tires, hubcaps, trim rings and Trippe lights. The interior is elaborately trimmed with wood including highly polished surrounds for the side windows. There are turn signals, the coming thing in late 30's accessories. The engine and its compartment are highly detailed, painted and trimmed including brightly polished aluminum cylinder heads. A magnificent way to transport just two people, it is stately, elegant and an eloquent statement of the owner's success. The restoration was done about a decade ago, and its quality is apparent from how well it has survived. It has aged barely at all and is still worthy of being shown as well as being perfect for tours.
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