This 1927 Buick Master Six Model 27-54 Deluxe Sport Roadster has a
long name because it tells you a lot about the award-winning
rarity. It's an expertly restored open-top car that has everything
you love from the authentic powerhouse under the hood to the rumble
seat in the rear.
The Roadster body style is one of the most iconic forms of the era.
You have an open motoring roadster for when you want personal
elegance, and then the foldable rumble seat is there for everything
from extra friends to a place of honor in parades. For added
weather protection, there is a folding canvas top with the
factory-correct side curtains to fully button-up this classic. We
love the full color package of this car that utilizes two-tone tan
with tan and red dividing lines for a complicated style. But the
simple gloss black on the fenders means this looks fancy, not
fussy. This is an AACA award winner, and that means paying
attention to details during the restoration. So while many cars can
invest in a high-quality and glossy finish, this one does it with a
proper classic lacquer finish. And the wood-spoke wheels not only
have a stylish Buick center hub, but there's also pinstriping to
match the body. The classic Tennessee license plate, full running
boards, whitewall tires, rumble seat step plates, and triple stack
bumpers are all part of the thoughtful presentation that makes this
a cut-above classic.
Because this Buick likes to be open to the world, it makes sure it
has a setup that's just as handsome as the exterior. The brown
leather looks clean and complete on the seat. It has such a
distinct texture, that we love seeing it continue on the door
panels, dash, and rumble seat. And the thick wood of the steering
wheel really completes the interior's natural feel. There are
beautiful details on the classic heater controls, knobs, and dials.
But there's also a modern engine temp gauge mounted under the dash
to make sure you can drive this while keeping an eye on what's
Buick's 274 cubic-inch straight-six is likely to draw a crowd with
its impressive long block. This was the larger of Buick's motors of
the era, and it's even believed to be the original motor for this
premium classic roadster. Best of all, this torque-filled motor
makes that proper 1920s sound going down the byways... you know,
that invigorating rhythmic chug. It all has an authentic feel going
down the road - from the bounce in the suspension to the
double-clutching of the three-speed manual transmission.
Complete with car cover, this classic is rapidly approaching the
century mark, and it has been restored to be a true time capsule in
all the best ways. Call now!
1927 Buick Master
Location:Concord, North Carolina
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