Hickory Corners, Mich. - Two unique Lincolns are now on display at the Lincoln Motor Car Heritage Museum in Hickory Corners, Michigan.
A 1922 Lincoln type 118 limousine was recently donated to the museum by Larry Smith of Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. The car’s original owner was attorney Alfred E. Lucking, who served as legal counsel for the Ford Motor Company and the Ford interests as well as Henry Ford’s personal attorney, from 1914-1923. He represented Ford in lawsuits against the Chicago Tribune and the Dodge Brothers Company.
The stately Lincoln is mostly original, having been repainted in the 1950s.
Also on display is a 1933 Lincoln KB LeBaron convertible roadster the was purchased new by W. C. Fields, who starred in vaudeville, motion pictures and radio until his death in 1946.
The car is on loan through August 2022 from David Gunther of Rancho Cucamonga, California. Mr. Gunther has owned the car for more than 60 years.
The Lincoln Motor Car Heritage Museum is located on the campus of the Gilmore Car Museum in Hickory Corners, Michigan.
The Lincoln Motor Car Foundation, which built the museum, will be celebrating the 100th anniversary of Ford Motor Company’s acquisition of the Lincoln Motor Company during the annual Lincoln Homecoming in August 2022.
6865 Hickory Road
Hickory Corners, Michigan, 49060
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