1929 Lincoln Town Sedan Starting Procedure
Here is my 1929 Lincoln cold starting. This car is being offered at Mecum Auctions on 11/22/13 at 3pm. We have done some carb adjustments since this video so it runs a little smoother.
1932 Lincoln KB
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1923 Lincoln Model L Sport Phaeton by American Body Company $143,000 SOLD!
1923 Lincoln Model L Sport Phaeton by American Body Company Sold for $143,000 Including Commission RM Auction Amelia Island 2013 Chassis no. 13652 Engine no. 13652 Body no. 538 Body Style no. 123 Body style number 123. 90 bhp, 357 cu. in. L-head eight-cylinder engine, four-speed manual transmission, front and rear semi-elliptic leaf springs, and rear-wheel mechanical drum brakes. Wheelbase: 126 in. •From the collection of Ken Pearson •Sporty, semi-custom design with beautiful, fine details •Outstanding, well-preserved restoration with 51,000 actual miles •Veteran of 18 Glidden Tours •Thoroughly documented It is safe to say that Ken Pearson enjoyed Lincolns. His collection included multiple examples, of which this 1923 Model L Sport Phaeton must have been a treasured favorite. Designed by Brunn & Company, of Buffalo, New York, and bodied by American Body Company, it was catalogued by the factory but looks fully custom, with a low windshield, lightweight doors, and exceptional Art Deco touches throughout. The rear passenger compartment was appointed with courtesy lights and glove boxes, as well as with a bar to hold the lap robe, so necessary for keeping one warm during winter motoring in an open car. A numbers-matching, original-bodied Illinois car, this Lincoln's earliest known owner was Florence Paskrich, in whose care it was stored from 1929 to 1956. When the garage housing the car was razed, Robert Brewer acquired it, passing it as a partially completed restoration to Ken Pearson in November 1962. Typical of his engineer's mindset, Mr. Pearson began to study and document the car thoroughly, collecting the correspondence between Mr. Brewer and Ford Motor Company regarding its history and correct features and building a collection of his own. He completed the painstaking restoration several years later, to standards more common to today's restoration than those of the 1960s, and then began to drive it. During his ownership, this Lincoln completed an astounding 18 Glidden Tours, documented with different colors of ink on a hand-drawn map of the United States, which is included in the large collection of documentation that accompanies the Lincoln today. Mr. Pearson described the Lincoln as "a very fine, trouble-free tour car for us. It is a delight to drive." Fully serviced and still in outstanding condition, with 51,000 actual miles, this beloved Model L is typical of Ken Pearson's cars, with long Illinois ownership, thorough documentation relating to virtually every detail of the car's life and restoration, and an outstanding restoration, which, half a century on, still looks spectacular, down to the tiniest detail. Robert Myrick Photography
1929 Lincoln Model L Engine Running
Visit http://www.leftcoastclassics.com/1929-lincoln-model-l/ to see this incredibly rare and collectible 1929 Lincoln Model L Sport Touring Phaeton from Left Coast Classics. 174 of these rare Model L Type 177 Lincoln's were produced including a fleet of 17 police cars which were purchased by the Chicago Police Department to keep up with Al Capone and other criminal characters in the windy city. Come see us at the link above to see the full description and photo and video shoot then contact Donn Dabney at 707-332-8331 with purchase inquiries. Thanks for stopping by enjoy the show. Give 'er a big thumbs up! http://youtu.be/RVKyVmSMkcA