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Michael_Wild

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  1. Ah. I was getting excited by my thought, but then again, I guess it was pretty silly:p. Of course, that would explain why I can't find any information on the car. I thought this was quite strange, I totally expected a little plate or something where they would put their company name/logo/... .Do you guys have an idea what the body type is called? For better reference, here is an old advertisement with the same body type (although it is a model KA...): http://www.classiclincolns.com/Gallery/albums/classic-advertisements/1934lincoln_007.jpg . Thanks a lot!
  2. Thanks for the confirmation. By "Ford's own", you mean Edsel Ford's personal car? Would there be any way to find out about this? The sad thing is, I have some documentation about it leading back to 1996, but that is nothing compared to it's age. Before 1996, it's just a black hole, since the previous owner has died and apparently taken all papers to the grave. I have spent quite some time looking for hints in and around the car about its history, but not been able to find anything other than an obviously non-original type-identification (it's written in german...). Do you have an idea as to w
  3. That's strange. I tried it out and it worked, but now I get that error message too. Well, I hope it works now: www.tinyurl.com/Lincoln-KB-1934
  4. Thanks for the info. I was not able to recover any information about the body manufacturer based on what I saw on the vehicle. But then again, I guess I don't know where to look. Will definitely pay close attention to the spot you pointed out next time I visit the car. Greets, Michael
  5. Hi everyone, I joined this forum to find out exactly what kind of car I have at my hands. From what I gather, it is a Lincoln Model KB, built in 1934. Does anybody have an idea as to which company built the body of this car (my guess would be Willoughby, but I am not sure about that). What is the correct name for that body-type? Since I can't get the picture upload to work, here's a link to the pictures: www.tinyurl.com/Lincoln-KB Thanks for any help! Mike from Switzerland
  6. Hi everyone, I currently "manage" a Lincoln Model KB. All documentation concerning that vehicle has been lost over the years, so I do not have a lot of information about the car. I am really curious about the history of that car, but there is little information about it that I can find online. Maybe you guys here can help me out? I have uploaded some pictures at http://www.tinyurl.com/Lincoln-KB . I'm sorry there is no real side shot, but there was no space to take a good picture. Vehicle Number is FKB 3388, if that helps. If you can, based on those pictures, tell me anything about that car,
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