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Lincoln "K" Technical Questions

One-off alteration of a 1936 K.
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I don't think so.

ESTATE AUCTION

THE ESTATE OF BUZZY POTTER

’39 LINCOLN “K” V-12, ’31 FORD ROADSTER DELUXE W/ RUMBLE SEAT - RESTORED, ’35 FORD PHAETON V-8 - RESTORED, 2008 FORD FUSION, ’67 FORD GALAXIE 500, AND MANY OTHER VINTAGE VEHICLES, GUSTAV STICKLEY CRAFTSMAN OAK FURNITURE, COLLECTIBLE TOYS, CAR PARTS, FURNITURE



10700 LOCKLAND ROAD

POTOMAC-ROCKVILLE, MD 20854



SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30th, 2017

At 10:00 AM
 
Correction to the subject: It's a 1939.
 
Notice this 1939 K has an unusual partition. It's wider than the one on the factor-bodied K and comes down from the headliner farther. It appears to lack jump seats.

The description says it's a short-wheelbase car. It looks like someone wanted the privacy of a limousine but didn't want the long wheelbase and had no need for jump seats.

I wonder who made the modification. It looks well-done, practically as though it was done by the factory. The VIN is 9565.

The car is for sale as of November 26, 2017:
https://www.hemmings.com/classifieds/cars-for-sale/lincoln/k/1988176.html

Correction to the Subject: it's a 1939.
 
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