1936 Lincoln Model K All-Weather Town Car with custom coachwork by Brunn & Co. The black top material looks like vinyl, or something similar, but it originally came with a leather top. The rear cabin has two forward folding auxiliary seats that are housed in the tonneau wall.
1936 Pierce Arrow Model 1601 Metropolitan Town Brougham (Town Car) with custom coachwork by Brunn & Co. Even though when this was produced the days were numbered for PA, they continued to improve and innovate their mechanics. Horsepower and long distance drive-ability were greatly improved in 1936 for both the eight and twelve cylinder models. This Brunn body is a magnificent design and is among my favorite Town Cars. Four were commissioned from the Boston PA sales agency with one being shown at the New York Auto Show.
1936 Lincoln Model K All-Weather Town Car with custom coach work by Brunn & Co. I would be curious to find out if the original paint scheme was red. I’ve seen maroon town cars before, but this red is louder than most.