RARE BLACK 7 PASSENGER LIMO V12 CALL BOBBY NOW 914 403 7505

Price: US $249,000.00 Item location: Local pick-up only
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Lincoln
  • Model: Judkins Berline 7 Passenger Sedan
  • SubModel: Unspecified
  • Type: Sedan
  • Doors: 4
  • Year: 1934
  • Mileage: 77,000
  • VIN: KB3268
  • Color: Black
  • Number of cylinders: 12
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Interior color: Tan
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1934 Lincoln Judkins Berline 7 Passenger Sedan Unspecified

Vehicle Overview
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New Page 1 1934 Lincoln KB Judkins Berline 7-passenger Sedan Limousine finished in classic Black nicely accented with a hand painted Red pinstripe and an all original Tan Mohair interior! It has remained a largely original car having been repainted only one time in the recent past and presently now showing 77000 miles on the odometer. The interior wood accents on the doors & dash are in excellent condition! The seat upholstery shows very little wear and would be described as very good to excellent condition throughout. The door panels have some minor staining from age but remain in good condition overall. The 1934 Lincoln is one of the most sought after models in large part because of the newly designed front grill. The slanted, V-shaped grill was now body colored and forced more air flow to the engine utilizing a new fan shroud. In addition, the hood received 5 thermostatically controlled vents along each side to expel heat even further. Inside, you will find a gorgeous latticework overlay dash with black circular gauges with white lettering. When cooling the front seat passengers, you could elect to use the new screened cowl ventilation, or simply tilt either of the front two windshields outward. The brakes were largely improved as well in 1934 with the new Equal Action system which used dual-shoe servos with molding linings. It proves smooth, efficient braking with a softer pedal feel. These unique Judkins models had a lower roof line providing a very sleek appearance making them different from any other Lincoln body. They become instantly identifiable with the split front windshields. Designated the Model 282, it is believed less than 2 dozen were ever hand-built for 1934. This car was said to have delivered new to a Hollywood, California movie studio in 1934 and remained a West Coast car through approximately 2002. Power comes from the 414ci V12 engine producing a factory rated 150 horsepower mated to a 3-speed manual transmission. Options include dual exterior side mounts with one driver side rearview mirror, Lester wide whitewall tires, folding rear trunk rack with correct Lincoln trunk, leather covered roof with special rear ventilation system, front& rear ashtrays with lighters, reading lamps, side window curtains, assist loops, inter-compartment telephone, disappearing partition glass divider window, forward facing auxiliary seats that fold away completely, special rear vent windows, and much more! It starts and runs exceptionally well! It will not take a new owner long to fall in love with this Judkins Berlinea* tm s road manners! It delivered ample power & torque, perfect road feedback without any steering wheel vibrations, and stops on command! Opportunities to purchase cars are rare as this are becoming quite uncommon and should not come with any hesitation from prospective collectors. Call Bobby 1-888-490-8603