1928 Buick Master series Town Brougham was never sold to a public
private owner until about 13 years ago. Since it was new at a Buick
Dealership, it has went through two other car dealerships. The car
has 37,103 original miles. Condition: It has the original interior
which is in excellent , excellent condition with no rips or tares.
Has the Buick factory optional print seat material. The top is also
the original top with no rips or tares. The paint is all original
but is thin in areas. The Big Six Master Motor was professionally
completely rebuilt. Any and all other mechanical aspects of this
antique car has been either professionally rebuilt, replaced or
taken apart to be inspected and properly maintained. This car was
being redone mechanically so you could have a dependable driver.
New tires, new Rhode Island Wiring harness installed, New exhaust.
Windshield wiper motor was rebuilt. Has the inside driver sun
visor. Also has a dealer installed optional accessory of front door
mechanical sun visors. Has the factory rear sun shades. Installed
turn signals. Also has a new stainless steel inlet water pipe on
motor. Has updated fan hub to ball bearing. -Vehicle is on
consignment and at our clients home -Please Call First and talk to
a rep at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 -Showroom is by appointment only Please
Call -If you would like a FREE Listing please visit our consignment
page or Call
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