The 1936 Lincoln is powered by a 150 bhp, 414.1 cu. in. L-head V12 engine with a three-speed manual transmission, solid front axle and live rear axle with semi-elliptic leaf springs, four-wheel power-assisted mechanical brakes.
The Lincoln Model K in the photos is finished in the sporting color of Jade green with a tan Haartz cloth top. The 1936 Lincoln is a special bodied Seven Passenger Touring Model 323 offered by Lincoln. It is equipped with dual-side mounted spares with hard covers and mirrors. Accompanying the rear passenger compartment is a rear windshield, jump seats, lighter and courtesy light along with two small parcel compartments. The car is also equipped with a rear mounted luggage rack.
The Model 323 7-passenger touring car was priced at an amazing low $4200.00, the 145-inch wheelbase special-order attracted only eight buyers. With the top lowered, the Model 323 looks even more stunning. The large car weighed 5,276 pounds. This year there was no tonneau cowl version available as why a rear windshield was installed. As in the past, the front wind deflectors lowered into the doors.
With some of the prettiest bodywork available, the Model 323 offered its occupants a spirited driving experience. This Lincoln Model K is still a very nice example and would make an excellent candidate for a variety of touring events. With only 8 examples of the touring car made and certainly fewer extant, the sale of this Lincoln is an opportunity not to be missed by pre-war Lincoln enthusiasts.