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Model L Sport Phaeton by Locke (United States of America, 1930)

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© photo courtesy of: Aaron Summerfield / RM Auctions
Lincoln Model L Sport Phaeton by Locke
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spec rating
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Engine
V 8
Type
Estate (station wagon)
Displacement
385 cu in
Doors
4
Maximum torque
--
Seats
--
Wheel Drive
--
Luggage Space
--
Transmission
3, Manual
Fuel
Petrol
Power-to-weight
--
Kerb weight
--
safety rating:
NCAP
--
fuel efficiency
--
CO2 emissions
--
Displacement
385 cu in
max power
90 hp
acceleration 0-100 km/h
--
top speed
--
price
--
loan
--
ownership cost:
annual
--
insurance
--
Fuel
--
service
--
tyres
--
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Lincoln was started in August 1915, by Henry M. Leland, one of the founders of Cadillac. General Motors had purchased Cadillac in 1909, and Leland continued to work for Cadillac until 1917. Two years later, Lincoln, named after Abraham Lincoln, was born. First Car Initially Lincoln was a manufacturer of aircraft engines, but soon moved to cars. The first Lincoln car was the L-series released in 1920. After hav...  more

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Lincoln Model L Sport Phaeton by Locke
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