1932 Lincoln KB
Coupe Car for sale by Redline Restorations in Black Rock, Connecticut 06605
In just a few short years, Walter P. Chrysler took his company from an unknown automotive manufacturer to fourth in the industry. Walter Chrysler was a perfectionist with a deep mechanical background. This aspect, probably more than anything, helped to make Chrysler Corporation grow quickly.
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Classic Car Overview
The Motor Car On Offer:
For offer is an elegant 1932 Lincoln KB with custom coupe coachwork by J.B Judkins. Judkins first came to market as a small carriage builder in 1857. Judkins produced custom bodies for several prominent manufacturers, but Lincoln was their primary client. Less than 30 examples were built of the ‘32 KB Coupe, with only three still known to exist today.
This Coupe is believed to be the only example in existence with a rear mounted spare tire. This unique styling offers graceful flowing fenders from front to rear, a completely different look than it's side-mounted companions. The fit and finish is impeccable including a padded leather roof, foldable windshield, and roll down rear window. The doors close and latch effortlessly.
From the Greyhound mascot, all chrome finishes are in perfect condition. The luxurious cabin is accented with wool broadcloth, burled hardwoods, a black leather button bench seat, and is suitable for a 6 foot+ driver comfortably. Unique features include an optioned full size trunk with golf bag storage, overdrive, and Lincoln's power assisted braking system! The Lincoln underwent an extensive restoration to concours specifications roughly 10 years ago. It has been meticulously maintained ever since. The undercarriage is as nicely finished as the exterior.
It has been praised for its originality and correctness by numerous Lincoln specialists. This Lincoln was noted for its smooth and extremely quiet engine. One expert even went as far to say, ‘At idle you could truly balance a quarter on the engine block'. Under the bonnet is secured a thermostat that automatically controls the beautiful louvers stretched down either side of the hood.
Notable mentions include a debut on Wayne Carini's ‘Chasing Classic Cars', and a first place Senior Winner judgement at the Classic Car Club of America National Competition. This is a unique opportunity to bring this immaculate 12-cylinder Lincoln to the Concours field for the very first time.
All reasonable offers and trades are always considered. For any additional information, feel free to visit our showroom at 2475 Fairfield Ave, Black Rock, CT 06605, or give us a call at +(203) 335-9555.
- 1st Place - CCCA - Indiana Grand Classic 2002 - Primary Division - 99.75/100
- 1st Place - CCCA - Nationals 2006 - Senior Division - 100/100
- 448ci L-Head V12 Engine
- Single Dual-Throat Stromberg Carburetor
- 3-Speed Manual Transmission
- Front & Rear Leaf Spring Suspension
- 4-Wheel Vacuum-assisted, Drum Brakes
Classic Car ID101340910
Drivetrain2 wheel drive
Custom ColorDark Tan Body, Black Fenders, Brewster Green Reveal
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