Model:

Aerodynamic


Body Style:

Four Door Sedan


Engine:

in-line eight cylinder, L-head valve arrangement, 115 horsepower


Transmission:

Three speed manual


Chassis:

Steel construction


Wheelbase:

127"


Wheels:

Steel Artillery Wheels


Tires:

700 by 16"


Body Construction:

Steel


Exterior Color:

Silver / Maroon


Interior Color:

Maroon


More Information:


After purchasing Lincoln from it’s founder Henry Leland in 1922, Henry Ford handed over design duties to his only son, Edsel. Edsel Ford immediately began redesigning the Lincoln and sales began to improve. By the mid-1920s, Lincolns were becoming some of the most stylized luxury vehicles on the market and were featuring bodies that were designed and built by some of the leading custom coachbuilders of America and Europe. Among these coachbuilders were Judkins, Brewster, Willoughby and LeBaron. LeBaron would become the most prolific coachbuilder to dress the Lincoln chassis with a variety of formal and sporty body designs.