nr: 154 / 1925 Lincoln Model L 7 Passenger Sedan
The brand Lincoln, was founded in 1917 by Henry Martyn Leland, and named after President Lincoln, whomLeland greatly admired. In 1922 the factory was bought by Henry Ford, for $ 8,000,000.- Ford always looked at Lincoln as a 2nd brand, where mainly the more luxury models were built. The chassis were built by specialists such as Fleetwood, Judkins and Brunn, in smaller batches or special requests from customers. Due to this, most Lincolns are unique cars. There are many variants, open and closed. Also, the so-called Police-Flyer was produced, a car already equiped after the requests of the Hermandad. Production number in 1925: 829 cars.
|Year of manufacture:||1925|
|Power (hp):||90 pk bij 2800 t.p.m.|
|Engine displacement (cc):||5800 cc|
|Amount of cilinders:||8|
|Country of registration:||No Registration / Geen Kentekenpapieren|
|Type of body:||4 drs|