1932 Buick 66C convertible coupe

US $12,000.00
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Saint Louis, Missouri, United States

Features and Specifications

Make: Buick
Model: Series 60
SubModel: 66C convertible coupe
Type: Convertible
Year: 1932
Mileage: 0
VIN: 2681057
Engine: 8 cylinder
Cylinders: 8
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Vehicle Title: Clear

1932 Buick Series 60

I am selling a 1932 Buick 66C convertible coupe. First off this is not a complete car, it is missing some parts. I will try to explain everything, but please ask any questions before purchasing.
This is a one year only car and only 450 made. It obviously needs restored, but the metal is in amazing shape. There is no rust in this car!!!!! You will not find an unrestored car in more solid shape than this one. There are some dents and what not to fix, but no rust. Someone took it apart in the 60's to restore it and never did. It was found in a guys attic after he died. I have most everything for it, 6 wheels, convertible top with original material, doors with side glass, bumpers, gas tank, radiator, all the seats are with it and most of the original upholstery is there, most of the wood is still there, luggage rack, boxes of extra parts. It is a rumble seat car. It has a title!!!!
The big things I know it's missing are the golf door, drivers running board (made of wood), leaf springs, and windshield. I have one windshield post. The motor is not the original, but it is an inline 8 out of a 1951 Buick. It was a running motor when pulled from the 1951. The car is sitting on some square tubing (in place of the leaf springs) that is mounted to spring perches to move it around. There are two grills pictured. Pay no attention to the rusty one, the good one comes with the car. The dash is for a 1932 closed top car, so it will need some trimming to fit the open top car. I have all the gauges. The doors are not bolted to the car, but they are in the pictures. I have not seen the hubcaps. Some of the side mount wheel brackets may be missing. There are boxes of brackets and linkages and misc small parts. The car is loosely bolted together.
This would make a great roadster hot rod or is a very solid start to a restoration. The Buick Registry people told me they only know of 5 or 6 others that are registered and on the road. Please message or call with any questions, 615-513-7670.
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