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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Jive-Bomber, Mar 13, 2018.
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A Very Big Vicky...
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Mike that used to paint for SoCal has a Lincoln Vicky.
There was one similar to that in the Tampa area but I haven't seen it in some time. It had a 460 in it as I recall and was one of those big, luxo, retro street rods you see now and then made from big old Caddys or Hudsons. If I can find some images, I'll post them. Gary
As a NSRA vendor when we went to Pueblo every year we stayed at the downtown Sheraton. Beside the hotel was a liquor store and parked beside the store every year for at least 15 years was this light grey and black 32 Lincoln KA Victoria coupe that I drooled over and dreamed about making it into a family cruiser hot rod. Realism surfaced as I realized that not only at that time the car wasn't for sale but if it was I couldn't afford it.
Hey JB, The KA's are spectacular cars, especially in the Vicky body style.
My dad also had a 34 KA coupe, with duel side-mounts, he bought it and a 38 Lincoln Zephyr 4 door Conv. from an estate on Cape Cod in 1969. He later sold the KA to a friend to fund the restoration of the LZ.
I found the purchase bill of sale for both cars recently, get this, he paid $600 for the pair!
Gotta love the 1932 Lincoln Victoria. HRP
I'm partial to the Lincoln, especially the post war Zephyr. Really, any Lincoln up to 1948.
Check the Roy Brizio website, he's building one.
Someone on the Interwebs attempted to photoshop this '32 Lincoln Vicky:
Not very HAMB-Friendly ... but cool nonetheless:
LARRY CARTER - 1932 LINCOLN VICTORIA
Deuce on steroids...Aluminum bodies me thinks
I posted these pictures back in 2012. I think these are all still in "the barn".
Notice 4 door hinges supporting each door on the vicky.
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