BEING SOLD WITH TITLE 1 of 10 Built- But 1 of 2 Left. The Other is
Owned by Jay Leno This Lincoln was Originally Built for the
Ringling Brothers Beige/Tan Exterior with Brown Leather Interior
Factory V12 Engine 3 Speed Manual Transmission RWD Showing 39,646
Miles Leather Roof- Front Half is Removable Glass Windows Separates
Driver from Passengers Fold Out Rear Seats Henry Ford was personal
friends with Herman Brunn who was a well known coach builder of the
time that built several personal automobiles for Mr. Ford. A Brunn
Coach package was available at most Lincoln dealerships but had a
hefty price tag. The coach cost Lincoln $10,000 to build during the
30's which would be equivalent to a $200,000+ build today! This
price tag was exceptionally large during the economic time of the
30's, only the highest caliber buyer could afford such an iconic
car. There were only 10 Cabriolet Lincoln Brunn Town Cars built in
1936 and only 2 of those have survived throughout the years, this
particular example is serial number 2. The only other owner being
Jay Leno makes this piece of history an iconic addition to any
collection. This particular Lincoln has an astonishing background
and was originally sold to Richard Ringling, the son of Alf T.
Ringling of the famous Ringling Brothers Circus. Included with the
car is a letter from Herman Brunn and Lincoln's archives proving
the authenticity of the vehicle. The factory K V12 remains as the
powerplant in this elegant beast and she runs as quiet and smooth
as the day it rolled off of the assembly line. Both the paint and
interior are in impeccable condition and the Lincoln shows
exceptionally well with the beautiful craftsmanship from Mr Brunn.
The perfect time capsule that is appropriate for the finest
collections is now available for purchase!
1936 Lincoln K-Series
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