Due to the Great Depression, the Buick company was at a low point
in production and only 40,620 cars were built. Fortunately, Harlow
Curtice who ran the company was very efficient and a great leader.
Buick Company had an advantage in the marketplace as the overhead
valve inline 8 engine and the braced X frame put Buick in the
lead.This Buick is the original all steel body and the car has been
built for a modern ride with comfort and amenities.The exterior is
Gainsborough Blue and exhibits quality paint as well as chrome and
trim. All doors open and close with ease. Grill, headlights, chrome
and trim are all in excellent condition as well.Interior is red
leather with bucket seats and console. Dash is top quality
woodgrain with red leather inserts. Steering wheel is a Billet
steering wheel and wrapped in red leather. Gauges are VDO. Back
seat has plenty of leg room and the entire interior is trimmed in
woodgrain. A classy woodgrain bar with the Buick name adds and
elegant touch. Vases with flowers grace the windows. All that is
needed is your private chauffeur!Engine is the LT1 V8 paired with a
700R transmission with overdrive. Car starts, runs, and drives with
smooth performance.Front end is a Corvette front end and the rear
is a GM rear end.Options include front power disc brakes, power
steering, stereo, AC/Heat, and a back up camera.This is a rare ride
and one that is a conversation starter everywhere you go! You can
view by appointment only and the car is in Kentucky near
1933 Buick Series 60
Location:Cornelius, North Carolina
Interior Color:Red Leather
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