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CLASSIC LINCOLN MODEL L

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BODY:
n/a inches long
n/a inches wide
n/a inches high

CHASSIS:
130 and 136 inch wheel base
60 inch tread

DRIVETRAIN:
L head v8 engine configuration
357.8 and 384.8 cubic inch engine
81 @2600 rpm and 90 @ 2800 rpm horse power
Stromberg updraft aspiration
Manual 3 speed transmission
yes drive shaft
4.58:1 axle ratio
Mechanical rear brakes
23 and 20 inch wheels
33 and 32 x 6.75 inch tires

OPTIONS:
Front bumper
Rear bumper
Dual sidemount
Dual sidemount cover
Drum head lights
Disc wheels
Whitworth wire wheels
Painted radiator shell
4.9 rear axle
Gorham greyhound radiator ornament
7 x 21 balloon tires
Tonneau cover
Rear windshield

PRICE:
$3,800.00 - $7,200.00
Produced from 1921 to 1930, the Lincoln Model L was the first Lincoln produced under new owner, The Ford Motor Company. In 1923, it had a 357.8 engine producing 90 hp, mated to a three speed manual transmission. The 136 in wheelbase and hydraulic shock absorbers rode on 23 inch wheels. In 1927, the Model L wheel size shrunk to 20 inches. The brakes went from a standard two wheel to four wheel mechanical braking system. Dual-windshield wipers were added in 1929. Engine numbers matched serial numbers produced from 1920 - 1930.

Available body types included:
Brunn
Coupe
Judkins
Phaeton
Roadster
Touring
Town Brougham
Town Car

Serial numbers:
1920 1 - 834
1921 835 - 3151
1922 3152 - 8709
1923 8710 - 16434
1924 16435 - 23614
1925 23615 - 32029
1923 32030 - 39899
1927 39900 - 47499
1928 47500 - 54500
1929 54501 - 61699
1930 61700 - 66000


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