Zoom Classic Cars presents this beautiful 1931 Lincoln Lebaron K
Series Roadster. Original CA car. Body Type 214 No. 15-319. First
Year of the great Model K. A rugged and reliable touring car
sporting the LeBaron Coachwork. An extremely rare Custom-bodied
Lincoln. Authentic period correct appearance. Original Custom paint
color combination not regularly offered for Lincolns. Car was used
for the Lincoln Glossy Catalog in 1931. This dashing Lincoln Model
K was treated to a no expense spared complete ground up restoration
using only NOS parts. 384.8CID L-Head V8 Engine rated at 120bhp at
2900 rpm with a 3 speed manual gearbox, 4 wheel mechanical drum
brakes and live-axle suspension with semi-ellipitical leaf springs
and shock absorbers. It's lovely presentation includes a tasteful
and very distinctive color scheme, dual canvas covered, side
mounted spares with twin mirrors, painted wire wheels and a nicely
appointed interior with all the expected accoutrements. Collectors
who really know classic cars treasure these early Lincolns for
their high quality engineering and construction, impressive road
manners and sporting yet unpretentious styling. This genuine
LeBaron body is decidedly sporting and, with its rumble seat can
accomodate up to four on a tour. Now almost 91 years on, the
Lincoln Model K remains one of the most versatile of the great
Classics and a dashing coach-built model such as this convertible
coupe is equally at home on the road as it is on the concours lawn.
This lovely example is presentable inside and out. Engine bay and
undercarriage are in impeccable condition and the car runs and
drives beautifully. Total Lincoln K production in 1931 was 3,573 of
which there were 275 LeBaron coaches built. Car is stored in SC.
Price Improved! Please call Jeff for more information or to arrange
a viewing of this fantastic Lincoln. Thanks for Looking.
1931 Lincoln K-Series
Location:Lake Hiawatha, New Jersey
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