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1932 Buick Model 67 

1932 Buick Model 67 for sale
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Buick’s current ad campaign is based around the phrase “It doesn’t look like a Buick”. This 1932 Model 67 Sedan looks like a Buick. General Motors was very proud of the engineering that went into these cars. Just think about what America was experiencing in 1932, 3 years into the depression and all. But GM continued to innovate with new engineering concepts every year. Engines, transmissions, suspension design and upgraded luxury features – this car was far ahead of the competition. Our 3-owner Buick was the recipient of a total restoration, completed 7 years ago. There was a broad range mechanical and cosmetic enhancements, all carried out meticulously. The current owner (10 years) kept a comprehensive record of the entire project. The notebooks have receipts and photos of the entire process. The end result is amazing. From the Squash Adobe leather seats to the beautiful 2-tone Flax/Sodona Tan paint, nothing was left to chance. Stunning wire wheels (6), enormous chrome components and a stylish dash with brass vintage gauges are just some examples of the craftsmanship that has gone into this vehicle. Gone is the straight eight OHV engine and “Wizard Control” 3-speed syncro transmission. Power is now provided by a stock 1977 Buick 350 small block. The engine is a very low mileage motor and has never needed a rebuild. The transmission is a GM 400 Hydramatic and, when mated with this unit, the differential contains great cruising gears. Suspension upgrades include power steering and power disc/drum brakes. The catalogue of convenience features is too long to list here, but they are all there. This is the Park Avenue version of the Model 67. It will vastly improve the value of your garage. ALL VEHICLES SOLD “AS IS”.


ENGINE: 350 ci
TRANS: 400 Hydramatic Auto
MILEAGE: 408
REAR END:
BODY: 4 Dr Sedan
INT. COLOR: Tan/Squash Adobe
EXT. COLOR: GM Medium Flax/Sodona
GEARS:
TYPE: Fully Restored
ADDITIONAL FEATURES:
* A/C
* AM/FM Stereo
* CD Player
* Fog Lights
* Leather
* Power Steering
* Power Windows
* Power Seats
* Tilt Wheel

$54,000
Location
Concord, North Carolina
Mileage: 408
Engine: 350 ci
Body Type: 4 Dr Sedan
Interior: Tan/Squash Adobe
Exterior: GM Medium Flax/Sodona

Place Date: 4/3/2016
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