Lot #5079 - The 1936 Lincoln Model K was equipped with Lincoln's V12 engine. Its refinement and performance made Lincolns the favorites of coachbuilders who could spoil their clients with quiet bodies lavishly trimmed and equipped, like this 1936 Lincoln Model K Town Car with coachwork by the Hermann Brunn & Company of Buffalo, NY. Finished in lovely maroon with gold coachlining, it has a black leather padded roof and black leather folding tendelet over the chauffer's compartment. The rear compartment is upholstered in tan cloth and equipped with a rollup division window, jump seats, privacy shades on the rear and side windows, a clock and a robe rail. The exterior is distinguished by dual enclosed sidemounts with mirrors, a trunk rack and wide white wall tires on body colored wheels with hubcaps and trim rings. It is a gorgeous automobile, a Full Classic and one of the few V12 Lincoln Town Cars to remain.
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