Classic Cars' Museum: Class C-3 American Classis Closed



Concours d'Elegance 2010: Class C-3 American Classis Closed





1932 Lincoln KB Judkins Berline

1932 Lincoln KB Judkins Berline
The Berline body of this automobile, built on the famed Lincoln KB V12 chassis, provides its owners with both formal elegance and a slightly sporting feel. The revered coachbuilding firm of Judkins and Company of Amesbury, Massachustees, began building horse-drawn carriages under the guidance of John B. Judkins and became one of America's most respected coachbuilders, surviving into the very late 1930s.
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1928 Lincoln L Holbrook Cabriolet

1928 Lincoln L Holbrook Cabriolet
Lincoln was found in 1917 by Henry M. Leland at the ripe old age of 74. He named the cars after his favorite president. This remarkable Lincoln L was delivered new in Paris and is one of the more complex custom-bodies cars of its period. Transformable from a fully enclosed formal car. to a town car. to a fully open car, this body by Holbrook requires careful study to fully appreciate the intricacy of the entire top mechanism. It offered its buyer the ability to own one single car that could be used for a variety of purposes. The Lincoln L was powered by a 60-degree, V8 engine producing about 90 hp and giving the car a top speed of about 80 mph.
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1934 Packard 1106 Sport Coupe

1934 Packard 1106 Sport Coupe
One if the rarest cars here today, this short wheelbase Packard Aero Sport Coupe was offered as part of the Packard Custom Catalog for 1934. Approved for construction in December 1933, the Aero Sport Coupe project, led by Packard's head stylist Ed Macauley, resulted in the creation of some of the most dramatic and dynamic Packards of the 1930s. This style was the last known car to use of the term "Custom Made by Packard" and blended elements of both the LeBaron and Dietrich suctoms of the era. Less than a handful were sold, even fewer remain, none of which are identical. The price of such a unique motorcar in 1934 was arounf $18,000. The Aero Sport Coupe is powered by Packard's 445-cubic-inch V12.
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1930 Lincoln L Town Sedan

1930 Lincoln L Town Sedan
The Lincoln Motor Company was begin run by Edsel Ford by 1930. These Lincoln L Series cars were the first to have the famous leaping greyhound mascot on the radiator. The greyhound design was handpicked by Edsel, who commissioned the first one from the Gorham Foundry in 1929. This handsome model 169A Town Sedan, often referred to as a close coupled or club sedan, offered the 1930 Lincoln buyer something a bit more unique and elegant than the standard 3-window sedan. Finished in typically subdued sedan colors of the era, this 385-cubic-inch V8 powered Lincoln is stunning example of closed production coachwork of the era.
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1936 Lincoln K LeBaron Coupe

1936 Lincoln K LeBaron Coupe
Under the guidance of Edsel Ford, Lincoln established its prominent position in the luxury market by offering an extensive line of Custom Bodied styles. This two-passenger coupe by LeBaron was a popular addition to the model K line in 1936 with 25 examples sold. Powered by a 414-cubic-inch V12 engine, this handsome coupe offered its owner the ultimate in intimate luxury transportation. This car was restored by owner Ed Graf who rescued it from a junkyard. It has won numerous concours awards and represented the year 1936 at the centennial celebrations of the Ford Motor Company.
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