1928 Lincoln, Model L, Sport Tourer by Locke 4 dr. conv., Body Type 163A,13-347

1928 Lincoln Model L Sport Tourer by Locke

Condition: Used
Make: Lincoln
Model: Model L
SubModel: Sport Tourer by Locke
Type: Convertible
Trim: Sport Tourer by Locke
Year: 1928
Mileage: 16,000
VIN: 51364
Color: black
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: tan
Drive side: LHD
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Hazleton, Pennsylvania, United States
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Description for Lincoln Model L 1928

1928 Lincoln Model L, Sport Tourer by Locke, 4 dr. convertible, 5 passenger, type 163A, #13-347, black/tan cloth, 16,000 miles showing on odometer(cannot confirm accuracy), 8 cyl., manual trans., Rudge-Whitworth center locking wire wheels, all aluminum body, leaping greyhound mascot, has not been started or driven for several years, will need to be recommissioned, spare fabric for making new top, no side curtains, from an estate, clean title in hand, firewall plate with #51364.(matches engine number), $4,600 when new.
These vehicles were steadily improved under the direction of Henry's high society son, Edsel Ford and became his raison d'etre, when Ford's purchase of Lincoln from Henry Leland in 1922, after their bankruptcy, was completed. It can be said, without Edsel's influence, the Lincoln's would have remained high quality, a standard they established under Leland, but not particularly stylish or elegant. Locke went out of business in 1937.
A classic from the "Roaring 20's" and pre depression era, these cars ranked as some of the finest in the world and are from the "The Golden Era" of American automobiles, along with Packard, Pierce Arrow, etc., yet Lincoln has survived! An impressive car with a lot of "presence"! The term, "they don't make em' like this anymore", is very apropos when viewing this vehicle in person, sense it's quality, grand proportions and picture yourself behind the wheel, top down, arriving in style, or waving to the crowd, in the local parade! Guaranteed to stir up emotions, put a smile on people's faces, including your own, everywhere you go, including Rodeo Drive & Worth Ave!(and anywhere in between!)
Can be seen by appt. approx. one and half hours north of Philadelphia. Will ship Worldwide. Buyer is responsible for vehicle pickup and shipping. Can be purchased along with a 1928 Ford Model A Phaeton I am also selling on Ebay, or separately, although are both at the same location.