Chassis number: 27065 Registration number: To Follow. An exceptional example of one of the finest marques of the Roaring Twenties era. This custom Judkins bodied Lincoln has undergone a Pebble Beach quality restoration and is stunning. The history of the car is an interesting one. The car was ordered by Paul Schmidt of Jefferson City, Missouri in 1925 and stayed in his possession until his death in 1966. It then passed to his heirs and was then sold in 1988 to the individual who restored the car to its former glory. The painstaking restoration was done and the car appeared in 1995 at the Spring Regional AACA meet in Hiawassee, Georgia where it won a First Senior award. It has since been shown sparingly while being maintained to the highest standard. In 2010 it was again shown and scored a 99.75 and again won a First Senior with the AACA. There is a complete photographic restoration history that accompanies the car along with judging sheets and even a duplicate of the original title. The car comes complete with spares, tools and even a complete set of luggage with their original keys in the boot. The car runs and drives as new and shows no wear anywhere. The current owner had a comp
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Prestige House. 9 Globe Industrial Estate
Medmenham, RM17 6ST , Buckinghamshire
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