1938 Lincoln K Brunn Custom Touring Cabriolet


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Model 325B, 10 built. Restored. The touring cabriolet by Herman Brunn of Buffalo was available on several chassis : Lincoln , Pierce Arrow and Packard. It was the preferred body style of Henry Ford the elder. The first use of the touring cabriolet coachwork was in 1936 on Herman's personal Lincoln K V-12. It was offered in the Lincoln catalogue in 1937 , 1938 and 1939. Three of the collapsible models were built on Lincolns in 1938 and at $ 7600 , they were the most expensive Lincoln cars built ever prior to the 1955 Continental Mark II. This particular car was essential all original when purchased in 1974. Lincoln K-9130 was purchased from the Brennerman estate near Hershey , PA when the prior owner was attending the annual AACA meeting. He used it as a tour car for ten years before undertaking a six year ground up frame off restoration. from 1974 to 1984 , he and his wife did three Glidden tours and four Classic Car Club Caravans with this great car. When finished with the restoration , during the four years it was a showcar , it was awarded NINE National First prizes including : Classis Car Club of America Senior , Lincoln Owners club , and Antique Automobile Club of America Grand National. Following the showcircuit , it has participated in seven Caravans thruoghot the continental USA ( Including the transcontinental tour of 1995 and many Florida CCCA and VMCCA tours in the Southeast. The colour - Washington Blue , is a beautiful , almost black darkblue and the dove gray top and interior complement it very well. This car was always carefully maintained and pampered it's whole life.