Vehicle descriptionWhat is special about this buick - HIGHLIGHTS . . . . The first and only year that Buick built this style Convertible Phaeton Second year for the Straight-Eight engine 268 produced, 6 known to exist Floor shifted manual transmission Ride Control 10 Adj. suspension settings Wizard Control vacuum clutchless shifting Dual side mounts Luggage rack Enclosed trunk Mercury hood ornament Painted wire wheels Wide whitewall tires Blue leather seats and door panels CCCA full classic Older frame-off restoration The Buick Series 90 produced between 1931 and 1935 is recognized by the CCCA as a full classic, the only complete model (as opposed to individual custom bodies) to enjoy that status. 1932 was also the second year to see the production of Buick's new Straight-Eight engine, a 344.8 (345) CI inline-8 producing 113 horsepower. The Depression was in full bloom and Buick sold just 268 of its Series 90 Model 98 Convertible Phaeton's, discontinuing the model at the end of that year. This 1932 example is just one of six known to exist today. Exquisitely finished and detailed, painted wire wheels and wide whitewall tires. The full complement of exterior accessories includes dual side-mount spare tires, luggage rack and a Man of Mercury hood ornament mascot. An older frame-off restoration, this incredibly rare Buick is a genuine American classic. Formerly owned and restored by 1932 Buick expert McClellan Blair 1 year car. Only 268 made, 1 of 6 known to exist in the world AACA First Junior, First Senior, Grand National First, Grand National Senior BCA Senior, Winner of the Guy Bennett, Sr. Award- Highest Point Buick Pre-WWII CCCA Senior Winner, Premier Winner AACA Preservation award Please call us for more information.
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