This is a rare - long-time family owned -�1933 Buick Model�67,�fully restored in 1988 in excellent condition.
The current owners' parents - �born in the 30's - purchased this 1933 Buick Model 67 in the early 80's and had Gary DeCrane's Vintage Wheels in Woodhull, Illinois restore it to its FULL GLORY in October 1988 at a cost�of $33,000.00. �It was enjoyed and shown regularly in the mid-west car shows in the 1990's. The wife passed away in 1997, and he moved to Texas and took the Buick it for�an occasional spin. He passed away in 2011, and now their kids (in their 50's) are ready to pass this special piece of history on to a new owner.
In 1933, the country was in the depths of the Great Depression with unemployment at about 25%. Franklin Roosevelt became the 32nd President and subsequently introduced The New Deal. The Twenty-first amendment, ending prohibition, was passed.
Buick produced 19 models in 1933, with approximately half of them the Model 57, a 4-door sedan. Buick only made 7,450 of the Model 67s - at�a�price of $1,310.00.
This beauty is powered by Buick 97 HP 272.6 cubic inch straight-eight, which runs like a sewing machine and drives great. All windows are clear and functional, and all doors shut tight. The roof and tires are in very good condition. There is NO RUST. �There are a few very minor paint issues. The interior is beautiful. The odometer registers 2149, and we�assume that when the car was fully restored the odometer was reset to 0. �This is a real special car that is easy to work on and really a lot of fun to drive.
Central Texas Classic Cars�has�been instrumental in making this possible. They have kept everything Top Notch, and they are a joy to work with. They have it running GREAT!!!!