1928 Buick Master Six model sedan is one of those big, powerful,
capable cars which, for reasons we can't quite understand, remain
extraordinarily affordable, "The fact that it was treated to a
quality restoration is quite a rare thing, since today this car
would likely have ended up as a parts car for a roadster or touring
model." Although most of the collector-car focus these days is on
sports cars and performance cars, these vintage models have enjoyed
a quiet renaissance in recent years as more enthusiasts learn to
appreciate their antique charm. The dire predictions that all
interest in pre-war domestic cars would die off with the passing of
those generations have not panned out entirely as younger
collectors' tastes grow and mature. Still, the Buick is not one of
the highly desired Full Classics of that era. The Buick was
restored quite a while back, but remains in excellent condition.
the luxury interior with mohair seats and nickel and wood trim show
that the sedan is a Town Brougham from the upmarket Master series,
which has been repainted with the correct Yellow body with black
fenders and trim. Please Note The Following **Vehicle Location is
at our clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We do have a
showroom with about 25 cars that is by appointment only **Please
Call First and talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
1928 Buick Master
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