100 Years of Lincoln: The 2017 Lincoln Class at Greystone Mansion Concours
100 Years of Lincoln: Fourteen Remarkable Automobiles
1922 Lincoln L Brunn Phaeton
A rare “Leland” Lincoln built before Ford Motor Company purchased Lincoln. Owner: Bob Mosier
1925 Lincoln L Brunn Dual Cowl Sport Phaeton
An early example of Edsel Ford’s modernizing design influence. Owner: Chris Kidd
1926 Lincoln L Dietrich Cabriolet
An unusual, fully collapsible town car design that converts to an open car. Owner: Thomas and Robert Russell
1926 Lincoln L LeBaron Sport Sedan
A stylish design reflecting Edsel Ford’s commitment to custom coachwork. Owner: Ron and Sandy Hansen
1929 Lincoln L LeBaron Dual Cowl Aero-Phaeton
Best of Show, Concours d’Elegance.
New York & Paris Auto Show car. Design details reference Lindbergh’s 1927 transatlantic flight. Ford’s priciest pre-WWII car. It has never been restored. Owner: Stan Lucas
1932 Lincoln KB Dual Cowl Phaeton
A very rare body style and a car that is rarely shown. Original owner and actress Thelma Todd was found deceased in the car in Malibu under suspicious circumstances in 1935. It is part of an enduring Hollywood mystery. Owner: Stan Lucas
1932 Lincoln KB LeBaron Roadster
A rare and desirable example of Lincoln’s premiere KB line for 1932. Owned By Gary Severns.
1936 Lincoln K Brunn Convertible Victoria
A rare, sporty model built by Brunn, this is one of ten built in 1936. Owner: Thomas Hartman
1941 Lincoln Continental
A first generation example fo the landmark Lincoln Continental. Owner: Rick Zeiger
1948 Lincoln Continental by Coachcraft
A custom order for Henry Ford II built by the famed Los Angeles coachbuilder. Owner: Petersen Automotive Museum
1956 Lincoln Continental Mark II
The second generation example of the famed Lincoln Continental. Owner: Rick Zeiger
1956 Lincoln Premiere
Produced from 1956 to 1960, the Premiere was the sporty, forward-designed Lincoln priced just below the Continental class. Owner: Joseph Ventura
1964 Lincoln Continental
Another iconic design, the Lincoln Continental of 1958-1967 was closely associated with the Kennedy presidential era. Owner: James Ayres
1969 Lincoln Continental Mark III
Three owner low mileage, original car sold new in Palm Springs. he “Mark” designation had been reintroduced in 1968, with Marks IV and V following.
100 Years of Lincoln
Greystone Mansion Concours thanks the Lincoln owners for participating in this exciting event. Classic Car Seen is pleased to participate as media sponsor.