1951 Lincoln Sport Sedan that has been left mostly original! Powered by the original 337 CID Flathead V8 which had 154 horespower and 275 ft. lbs. of torque, running through the original 4 speed Hydra-Matic transmission makes this Lincoln a pleasure to drive. The engine is freshly rebuilt and had never been apart before this, making the owner believe that the 76,463 miles on the odometer are actual miles! Shiny Black paint, fender skirts, wide whitewall tires, and of course those classic Lincoln suicide doors in back really make this car stand out. The 51 Lincolns were spruced up with longer rear fenders and upright taillights, a simpler grill and different wheel covers from the 50 model. Lincoln also won the 1951 Mobilgas Economy Run with an average of 25.5 MPG which helped boost sales for 1951. This was a $3,500 vehicle in 1951 which made it top of the line, and around 12,229 were sold. This car would make a great cruiser as it sits, or is a prime candidate to be a streetrod or a lead sled! Located in our Louisville Showroom, which can be reached at 812-294-1555 for additional information.
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