1931 Buick 128

  • Price
    29 460 EUR29 997 USD (Listed)
  • Model
    Buick 128
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    Sedan / Saloon
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  • Mileage
    123,625 km
  • Address
    Hiram, GA 30141, USA
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    3 months
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This 1931 Buick is located in Bradenton, FL 34211 and offered by a classic car dealer.

We have a really cool 1931 Buick here with a restoration that looks like it did back in the era and makes it a reliable and fun touring car too. Our Buick is a true Pre War Car from one of the first generations of the automobile industry. With practical suicide doors, artillery spoke rims, wooden side steps, beautiful detailing, and a spare tire at the back of the car, it is a real classic car in every sense of the word. Features 1931 Buick Suicide doors Artillery spoke rims Wide whitewall tires Wooden side steps Spare tire at the back of the car Buick Straight-8 engine (Fireball 8) Period correct with its carburetor, cooling fan, electrical system Restored, cleaned, and detailed engine compartment Brown cloth bench seat Factory gauges Chrome shifter Tan floor mats Wood steering wheel Painted period correct in a tan color that is set off by the contrasting darker fenders Twin front headlights Iconic grill Chrome front bumper and mirrors. Mechanical Under the hood is the iconic Buick Straight-8 engine (Fireball 8) that was produced from 1931 to 1953 and sold in Buick automobiles, replacing the Buick Straight-6 engine across the board in all models in 1931. Like many American automobile makers, Buick adopted the straight-eight engine in 1931 as a more powerful alternative to the previous engines. It looks as new and is 220.7 cubic inches and is painted and detailed and has been rebuilt and painted in the brown that is period correct with its carburetor, cooling fan, electrical system, and all sitting in a restored, cleaned, and detailed engine compartment. It is backed up by a manual transmission and can still cruise around on the street as it did back them. It rides on body color painted spoke wheels with wide whitewall tires. Interior Inside our Buick is a clean and neat brown cloth bench seat that looks great and is very comfortable as well as the factory gauges in the middle of the dash, chrome shifter, tan floor mats, wood steering wheel, and brown carpet. It also looks as it did when it graced the showroom floor back in 1931. Exterior Our 1931 Buick Model is painted period correct too in a tan color that is set off by the contrasting darker fenders to make a very stylish looking paint scheme. The restoration has a very complete look with the twin front headlights, iconic grill, chrome front bumper, and mirrors. It even has the spare tire in the back and has a great chrome rear bumper too. You won't be disappointed with how it goes down the road and the looks you get when you do. Conclusion The 1931 Buick is a great restoration of a fun car and driver to take on a cruise or to a show. It has been restored back to what it looked like back then and will be the talk of any car show or cruise you take it too. Come see it today. *****************DISCLAIMER: PLEASE READ CAREFULLY****************** All vehicles presented on SelectClassicCars.com are done so with the authority and approval of the seller. All vehicles presented are done so as a marketing venue for private owners and select classic car dealers from around the United States. SelectClassicCars.com attempts to provide accurate descriptions of vehicles presented and all information is provided by the seller. NO PHOTOGRAPH, DESCRIPTION OR OPINION BY ANOTHER CAN ADEQUATELY CAPTURE AND CONVEY THE TRUE ESSENCE AND CONDITION OF A CAR. IT'S YOUR MONEY - VIEW IT YOURSELF. You are deciding on the purchase based on YOUR opinion of the car. Mileage documentation of these classic vehicles are exempt from reporting. The number 1 mile notation in ad reflects said exemption. The actual selling of the car remains the responsibility of the seller to include but not limited to price negotiations, accommodating for inspection/transportation, providing additional information, and other pertinent information and documentations necessary to make a purchase deci

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