1932 LINCOLN MODEL KB, Brunn Dual Windshield Phaeton VIN# KB830 This car was Best of Show at Amelia Island and best in class at Meadowbrook Concours. This custom bodied Lincoln replicates the car displayed at the NY Auto Show. The attention to detail and quality of restoration is phenomenal. This restoration was completed only a couple years ago by Lincoln expert and respected historian Rick Kriss for a very prominent collection. This car's long wheelbase is emphasized by the custom sweep of the redesigned front fenders and sans cowl band. Special trim separates the dazzling 3-tone red paint. The running boards are wood grained in mahogany with chrome ribbing very much like a Duesenberg extending on the rear fenders. The custom built low profile rear trunk and dual rear mounted spares with custom split rear bumper add even more to the massive length of this car. New American Arrow Chrome wheels and Pilot Ray lamps, plus 7:50x18 double wide white walls take the theme even further. On the inside you find only the finest appointments, top grain saddle color leather, the finest wood graining and even a rear passenger compartment dash board with extra gauges. The radical rake of the windshields add to the car's sportiness. Mechanically the car is pure KB Lincoln, under the hood you see a spectacular restoration of the famous Lincoln KB 447.9 cid / 150 hp. flathead V12, with a 3-speed manual transmission. The car rides on a 145" wheelbase for a wonderfully smooth ride.