1937 Lincoln Brunn Touring Car

Summary

This Lincoln Model K is one of ten 1937 cabriolets with a body built by Brunn & Company of Buffalo, New York. It is distinguished by the tinted glass skylights above the windshield, and the convertible rear roof section that folds down to expose the rear passengers to the sun. Inside, a hand-cranked divider window separates driver from passengers.

This Lincoln Model K is one of ten 1937 cabriolets with a body built by Brunn & Company of Buffalo, New York. It is distinguished by the tinted glass skylights above the windshield, and the convertible rear roof section that folds down to expose the rear passengers to the sun. Inside, a hand-cranked divider window separates driver from passengers.

Artifact

Automobile

Date Made

1937

Creators

Brunn & Company 

Ford Motor Company. Lincoln Motor Company 

Place of Creation

United States, Michigan, Detroit 

United States, New York, Buffalo 

Creator Notes

Body built by Brunn & Company in Buffalo, New York; chassis manufactured by the Lincoln Division of Ford Motor Company in Detroit, Michigan.

Location

Not on exhibit to the public.

Object ID

73.32.1

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford. Gift of C. Barry Randell.

Material

Steel (Alloy)
Metal
Glass (Material)
Rubber (Material)
Wood (Plant material)
Upholstery
Nickel (Metal)

Color

Gray (Color)
Red
Black (Color)
Beige (Color)
Blue

Dimensions

Height: 71 in

Width: 74 in

Length: 222 in

Weight: 6020 lbs

Wheelbase: 139 in

Inscriptions

Blue plate on radiator: V12 / Lincoln Blue circular emblem on hubcaps: V12 / Lincoln

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