Redesigned 1936 Lincoln ‘Aero-Mobile’ driven away for $1 million


Howard Spruce, who is the guy behind the construction of the Wooden ‘Spruce Goose’ (which currently claims the record for the largest flying boat ever built), has now engineered the 1936 Lincoln K Model V12 Limousine and converted it into a 1936-37 Boat Tail Speedster. Hughes drastically reduced the weight of the car and also modified the engine and the exhaust system, making it possible for the aerodynamic vehicle to cruise up to a speed of 100mph. The car which still retains its classic old world charm was finally sold off for $1million at the Leake Collector Car Auction is Tulska, Oklahoma on the 13th of June.
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