1932 Lincoln Model KB
The flagship car for the entire 1932 Ford line was the Lincoln Model K. With its smooth-running V12 engine and highly-appointed body styles, they rivaled the Cadillacs and Lincolns of their time.
In 1931, the entire K line was redone with lower and stronger chassis, longer hood and lengthened wheelbase. By 1932 Lincoln fitted a new V12 in the chassis and named it the model KB. It sold alongside the V8 model known as the KA.
Central the KB was a 448 in³ V12 engine that used the fork and blade connecting rods which allowed two cylinders share a single bearing. This produced over 150 bhp compared to the Cadillac's 135.
At the time Edsel Ford worked closely with Judkins, Fleetwood, Brunn, LeBaron, Willoughby and Murphy for a variety of available bodystyles on the KB chassis.
Chassis & Sales
1932 Lincoln KB Seven-Passenger Sport Touring KB933 - sold for $115,500
One of just 24 Style 233 Seven-Passenger Sport Tourers built. An older, high-quality restoration by Rick Kriss. Runs and drives very well; equipped with many period accessories.
n addition to its impressive power, commanding proportions and remarkable drivability, this KB is also extremely rare as one of just 1,515 such chassis produced for 1932, and of those, it is one of only 24 Style 233 Seven-Passenger Touring cars originally built tha... more
Gallery: 2011 Automobiles of Arizona by RM Auctions
1932 Lincoln KB Judkins Coupe - sold for $154,000
Mechanically sorted with recent overhaul work. Class winner at Pebble Beach. Offered from the collection of William Ruger Jr.
Gallery: 2012 St John's by RM Auctions