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Rare Custom-Built Lincoln Now on Display in Museum

1929 Lincoln LeBaron Aero Phaeton on Display

One of most unique Lincolns ever built is now on display at the Lincoln Motor Car Heritage Museum—a one-off 1929 Lincoln LeBaron Aero Phaeton. It features a polished aluminum body inspired by aircraft design. The owner is Stan Lucas of Long Beach, California, owner of Lucas Classic Tires who owns several Classic Lincolns. The car was custom-built by LeBaron Carrossiers for display at the 1929 Automobile Salons.  It was priced at $10,000.  Only one was built.  After its appearance at the salons it was sold to an aviation executive and eventually was re-sold to a private collector in the Pacific Northwest.  A few years ago it came up for sale and was acquired by Mr. Lucas.  “Stan has been a solid financial supporter of the Lincoln Motor Car Foundation and this is another special way he has demonstrated his support,” said David Schultz, LMCF Chairman.  “This is a wonderful opportunity for vintage automobile enthusiasts to see this rare automobile.”