Sold for $ 10,450
- Inline six-cylinder engine
- Three-speed manual transmission
- Older restoration
- Previously displayed in Buick dealership
- Recent service totalling almost $4,000
- Landau bars
- Golf club door
- Wood spoke wheels
This 1928 Buick is regarded as an ultra-smart closed car. With all of the dash and verve of a roadster combined with (for the period) consummate luxury and style that made this special coupe quite fashionable among late 1920s automobiles for town and outing use.
Powered by an inline six-cylinder engine that is teamed with a three-speed manual transmission, the Buick has an older restoration and still shows well today. The car spent time in its past being displayed in the showroom of a Buick dealership. Showing a touch of dignity in colors and design, the Buick features graceful landau bars, wood spoke wheels, whitewall tires, windshield visor, rear-mounted spare, golf club access door and in the spacious rear deck area is a large rumbleseat designed to carry two additional passengers in perfect comfort.
The current owner purchased the car in 2015, and since that time he has had the car completely inspected by a mechanic. Work that was completed includes making all the windows operational, rebuilding the water pump and generator; new light bulbs, water hoses, fan belt, battery, oil pan gasket, drivebelt and freeze plugs. The radiator has been flushed and the gas line cleaned. The rear axle has been repaired; and the exterior paint has been touched up as needed. Almost $4,000 was spent bringing this Buick to prime mechanical condition. The car has always been stored indoors and a new, never used, custom car cover was made and is included with the car.