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CLASSIC LINCOLN MODEL K

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BODY:
inches long
inches wide
inches high

CHASSIS:
inch wheel base
inch tread

DRIVETRAIN:
engine configuration
cubic inch engine
horse power
aspiration
transmission
drive shaft
axle ratio
brakes
inch wheels
inch tires

OPTIONS:

PRICE:
Produced from 1931 to 1939, the Lincoln Model K was available in a number of chassis and body styles and types. Three wheel bases were available at 145 inches, 150 inches and 155 inches. Right drive chassis were produced up until 1937 with less than 80 created.
Chassis:
1931 Lincoln Series 201 Model K Eight
1932 Lincoln Series 501 Model KA Eight
1932 Lincoln Series 231 Model KB Twelve
1933 Lincoln Series 511 Model KA Twelve
1933 Lincoln Series 251 Model KB Twelve
1934 Lincoln Series 521 Model KA Twelve
1934 Lincoln Series 271 Model KB Twelve
1935 Lincoln Series 301 Model K Twelve
1935 Lincoln Series 541 Model K Twelve
1936 Lincoln Series 300 Model K Twelve
1937 Lincoln Model K Twelve
1938 Lincoln Model K Twelve
1939 Lincoln Model K Twelve
Body Types and Styles:
Two Door, Four Door, coupe, Double Cowl, Sedan, Town Sedan, Roadster, Limosine, Brunn, Dietrich, Dernham Phaeton, Judkins Berlinetta, Lebaron, Willoghby
Serial Numbers:
1931 66001 through 70000
1932 KA-70001 through KA-72041
1932 KB-1 through KB-1666
1933 KA1 through KA1 140
1933 KB2001 through KB2604
1934 KA1501 through KA3176
1934 KB3001 through KB3744
1935 K 3501 through K 4919
1936 K 5501 through K 7014
1937 K7501 through K8490
1938 H45530 through H64640
1939 H64641 through H85640

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