Living up to a strong legend is this 1933 Buick Series 90L 4-door sedan in glossy black over Breen wool mohair in olive color. With under 10,000 miles on its engine and transmission re-build and many suspension components, this all-steel, original body and fenders was only one of only 338 units built in 1933. Many original parts such as the 4 chrome plated outdoor rear view mirrors, dual horns and outside mounted tires with metal covers, a spot light, rear luggage rack with a matching full size metal trunk, the antique chrome grill, floor shifter, chrome brake handle, chrome hub caps, the Sun Goddess hood ornament, jump seats and foot rests, ruby red crystal bud vases still stand tall. The mahogany wood has been well preserved as well as the steering wheel. This Buick has been well cared for all its entire life. Some modern day options include power steering, power brakes, rack & pinion steering, 4-barrel carburetor, 7.50 X 17 Denman wide whites and updated electronics with fusible links.
In its day this car was confused with model J Duesenbergs. At a price tag of over $2,000 no wonder why. With its formal coach styling, its turret top design, canvas top, running boards and its high level of trim, one only saw coaches like this at the country club and Hollywood driveways and at the horse track. Extra parts such as bonnet pulls, tires will be included in the sale.
If you are looking for a rare classic, a romantic and elegant coach that can be used in weddings, special occasions, on the town or just taking on a road event, please consider this car. Over the years this car has been featured in events like the 'Villa Christina Wine Event' - 'Good Life Magazine' - 'Brides Atlanta' - 'Atlantic Grand Opening' - 'Daily Report' and more. It's a head turner, a pre-war car that will inspire a lot of good conversation. Let one of our sales associates walk you around this true classic.
This vehicle is located in our Atlanta, GA showroom. For more information, please call (678) 279-1609 or toll free (877) 367-1835.