This series of images was taken a few years ago at a Concours de Excellence at Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens in Akron Ohio.
For 1932, the Series 90 was once again Buick's top-of-the-line offering. It was built on a new 134-inch wheelbase chassis and was powered by Buick's famous overhead valve in-line eight-cylinder motor that developed 113 horsepower thanks, in part, to a Marvel two-barrel carburetor. Wire wheels and dual side mounted spare wheels were standard equipment on the 90 Series Buicks
Among the new features on the 1932 Buick were a syncromesh transmission and "Wizard Control" - a combined freewheeling and automatic clutch. Base price of the sport phaeton in 1932 was $1,675. A total of 131 were built, a relatively low number but this was the heart of the Great Depression.
Great set of a beautiful car, Reuss.
Wow, one beautiful automobile
Beautiful, such artistry in the day.
What an absolutely amazing car very nicely shot
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Reuss Griffiths wrote:
This series of images was taken a few years ago at... (
Beautiful images of some old well cared for cars.
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