Motorcar Studio is pleased to offer this 1929 Buick Model 27 Sedan
(an evolution of the top-of-the line Master Six offered from
1925-28). Beautifully presented in two-tone green with black
fenders and running boards, this is a striking car - by the late
1920s, William C. Durant had controlled Buick for 15 years and
established the brand upwards in the GM hierarchy, second in
prestige and luxury only to Cadillac. Indeed, this Buick is
considerably larger, smoother, more powerful and more finely
appointed than a Model A or any Chevrolet of the same period (and
more affordable than a pre-war Packard).
This example was properly and thoroughly restored a few years ago
and is holding up quite well. Very nice paint, body, chrome and
wheels with excellent door fitment. Interior presents beautifully
with very nice upholstery, hardware and wood. All gauges are
working (including the manual winding dash clock). The only
deviation from stock is the addition of a stereo discreetly placed
to the left of the steering column, and a turn signal switch
mounted to the column itself.
Under the hood is Buick's innovative overhead valve straight six
engine, a remarkably smooth and quiet powerplant, mated to a
three-speed manual transmission with overdrive. Runs and drives
well. For more information about this 1929 Buick for sale at
Motorcar Studio in Atlanta, please call 404-692-5250.
1929 Buick Antique
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