1939 Lincoln Sunshine Special 1:24 Scale

Member Price: $116.99
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A favorite of President Roosevelt, the 1939 Lincoln Presidential Parade Vehicle was dubbed the “Sunshine Special” for its convertible top. Built by Ford Motor Company and modified to government specs by Brunn & Company, the limo was originally equipped with a siren, running lights, a 2-way radio, extra-wide running boards, and grab handles for Secret Service agents. A 414-cubic inch, L-head V-12, that produced 150 horsepower, propelled the vehicle. In 1942, it was updated with a new grille. Safety concerns led to armor plating for the doors, bulletproof tires, and storage compartments for submachine guns. With these modifications, the vehicle’s weight ballooned to 9,300 pounds. In spite of these concessions to safety, the President preferred to ride in this limo with the top down on most ceremonial occasions. After Roosevelt’s death, the limo remained in the fleet and was occasionally used by President Truman until 1948. Come visit us at Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan to see the original 1:24 scale die-cast model of 1939 Lincoln Presidential Limousine by Lucky Toys (Yatming).

  • Doors, hood and trunk open
  • Steerable wheels
  • Rubber tires
  • Includes flags to attach
  • Made of die-cast metal with some plastic parts
  • Detailed interior, exterior, engine compartment
  • Dimensions approximately L-10, W-4.5, H-3 inches
  • The original car was used by Presidents Roosevelt and Truman
Product Number 1601426

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