This rare find was owned by the previous owner for 12 years and stored in a dry storage facility. It has been unused during that time. It is registered as a 1926, but the serial number indicates that it was built in 1925. It has recently undergone a mechanical and body spruce-up after it was removed from storage. This included rebuilding the starter and generator. Also, the car was detailed from sitting for so long. It runs and drives very well and is a very unique automobile. Based on our research, only 1,019 were produced in 1925, making this an extremely rare car. We do not know how many are left, but we have never seen one in running/driving condition. This is a great opportunity to own a classic Lincoln.
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