Lincoln in need of much Polish


This unrestored '37 Lincoln Model K has been bought by Kristof Krawczynski from Czestochowa, Poland. Shipped over from New Jersey, it is in poor condition and not much is known about its history.

Classic Car Club of America records reveal this much: chassis 12887 was supplied new by coachbuilder Judkins to a Somerville, NJ address on 29 October 1937. The car has only 70,700 miles on the clock and was sold in 1972 to a collector who did little with it.

Small flagpoles on it could give a clue as to its first owner. The car is now for sale; e-mail for details.



This Lincoln is a very bad condition. There are lots of work and effort needed to be done and restoring this wouldn't be easy. To check for problems for this Lincoln(I know there are a lot of problems to deal with this), you can look for Lincoln tsb and find out how to fix them to make the restoration period faster.

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