With V12 power, exceptional rarity, and pinstripe suit elegance
inside and out, 1935 Lincoln K Sedan displays the best of a bygone
The Great Depression is a hard history lesson, and it also meant
that some of the most elegant car designs are also some of the
rarest around. Few could afford the opulence of a Lincoln,
especially with a sedan body that has limousine-like sensibilities.
The result is this is one of likely less than 150 made. And even
greater rarity is certain, because so few have survived 85 years
later looking so complete. This car has a clean elegance with an
intricate grille, smooth lines, and mirror-like chrome bumpers. And
it's finished in the same kind of blue that's being used as the
hallmark of the new Lincoln Continental. It even has the right
premium details, like the dual fender-mounted spare tires, bright
luggage rack on the rear, wire wheels with bright whitewalls, and
the iconic greyhound hood ornament leading the way.
Suicide doors always look great whenever you open both sets. And
people will want a long look at this elegant interior. The gray
pinstripe pattern on the seats and doors look like they came from a
suit made for Clark Gable. And the vintage elegance is continued on
the wood trim with diamond parquet-like pattern. In the rear
there's a ton of legroom. Plus, with a handrail, tray table, and
full armrest package, it's a treat to be riding in the back. The
full package is a terrific vintage presentation, from the fold-out
windshield, to the large and grippy petal steering wheel.
That extra-long block with two sides of bright flat heads is the
unmistakable look of Lincoln's L-head V12 motor. The 414 cubic-inch
motor runs strong, and it delivers a terrific sound unique to these
many-cylinder motors. So you really have to hear it. Plus, the long
lever action of the three-speed manual transmission gives you nice
control and distinctive vintage feeling as you go down the
The sale come complete with an owner's manual, mechanical diagrams,
and maintenance receipts. This is a rare and sleek Lincoln sedan.
So if you understand the full appeal of a pre-war premium machine,