Lincoln vehicles were tailored to the wealthy, and during the Great Depression, Lincoln's production suffered. This Lincoln model is number four of the 13 built and is powered by a 414 cubic-inch V-12 engine offering 150 horsepower.
This non-collapsible cabriolet (Model K 304-B), although collapsible over chauffeur's compartment, was purchased from a Canadian body shop, where it had resided for many years. There is little history of the previous owners, although this model was referred to as the President's Car. One of four survivors was the Presidential Car for the first President of the Philippines and resided in the Presidential Museum in Manila, Philippines.
This style Lincoln is also known as Franklin D. Roosevelt's California campaign car, as he would ride in the open back and wave to the crowds. The remaining two Lincolns are in museums in the United States.