The 1931-1940 Lincoln Model K was developed in response to faltering Lincoln sales. It was powered by a high compression 120 horsepower V-8 engine and known as the police chief's official car. Find out more about this classic.
Cars heralded as "ahead of their time" have usually disappeared before their time. Not the 1936-1948 Lincoln Zephyr. It was the most saleable and longest-lived of the streamlined cars arriving in the 1930s. Read about the 1936-1948 Lincoln Zephyr.
The 1931 Lincoln Model K was the first major overhaul of the original Lincoln model. Output jumped by 30 horsepower to 120, thanks to new downdraft carburetion, freer manifolding and other upgrades. See photos of the 1931 Lincoln Model K convertible.
The 1930 Lincoln Model L was the last in the Model L line, a fast car popular with both cops and crooks. It featured strong acceleration and and engine that was capable of reaching a top speed of 90 miles per hour. Check out the speedy 1930 Lincoln Model L.
The CCCA Classic 1935-1940 Lincoln Model K made a name for itself as the ''Sunshine Special'' parade car of Presidents Roosevelt and Truman. Learn more about the 1935-1940 Lincoln Model K, including the production facts, specifications and engine type.
The 1932-1934 Lincoln V-12 Models enjoy full CCCA Classic status due to their superb quality. Accordingly, they're expensive to purchase -- if you can even find one! Learn about the 1932-1934 Lincoln V-12 Models.
The 1930-1932 Lincoln V-8 Models L, K, and KA are the grand old ancestors of Lincoln. In fact, the Model L existed since Lincoln was founded. Learn about the 1930-1932 Lincoln V-8 Models L, K, and KA, including the production facts and specifications.