1935 Lincoln K Judkins Berline Stunning and Elegant Fully Restored example
In 1932, Lincoln introduced the V12-powered KB, generally considered the most desirable Lincoln of all time. It's 447 CuIn V12 produced 150 HP, while still offering the V8 in the KA. In 1933, an new a 381 CuIn V12 producing 125 HP was introduced to replace the V8's-all Lincolns were now V12's. In 1934, the smaller V12 was enlarged to 414 CuIn producing 150 HP and the larger V12 was dropped. This engine continued on to the end of K series production in 1939.
This beautifully restored example displays a quiet elegance with its near perfect proportions and form. The Flowing Lines of the Fenders and Grill from 1934 continued in 1935, giving this Lincoln one of the most beautiful front ends of all time. The Split Windshield on this lovely Judkins Coachwork is one of the most sought after design cues by today's collectors. Featuring Dual Side Mounts, Leather Top, Wire Wheels and Trunk Rack all of these elements flow seemlessly on this Stunning car. The Top Quality Wool Broadcloth Interior is trimmed in Stunning Inlaid Wood with a dramatic curved Dash. The elegant and well appointed rear compartment features a clock and Occasional or "Secretary" Jump Seat, positioned perfectly for dictation. The Subject of a comprehensive restoration, the car received all new wood, the engine was rebuilt by legendary Lincoln Expert Ernie Foster, all the chrome was replated, and the interior and was installed by Henningson in Salinas, CA Everything is new or rebuilt on the car. Restored by one of the leading Lincoln experts in the country, the car is correct in every manner, and ready for the Show or Tour Circuit.
The build quality and sumptuos materials used in the creation of these K Lincoln's is really second to none. These cars are among the finest cars built during the Classic Era-and hence during any Era; and are a true value. If you are looking for a Full Classic, you should not overlook the K Lincoln. .