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1931 Buick Series-90 Country Club

Body Coupe
Fuel type Petrol
Transmission Manual
Exterior Color Blue and black
Interior Color Beige
Upholstery Cloth
Steering Lhd
The glamorous Series 90 was Buick’s eight-cylinder flagship in the early 30s, signaling the marque’s intention to lure buyers away from their in-house rivals, Cadillac. The Series 90 featured a refined, powerful ‘Valve-in-Head’ inline-eight and elegant styling by GM design czar Harley Earl. Some Series 90 Fisher and Fleetwood bodies were even shared across the GM range with Cadillac, making the big Buick an even more enticing value to many buyers. This handsome Series 90 is one of 2,990 so-called Country Club Coupes produced and it is attractively presented with a fine quality, well-detailed older restoration. It is one of very few Buick models to enjoy Full Classic® status with the Classic Car Club of America, and is well suited for their CARavan driving tours thanks to its superb and advanced overhead valve ‘eight. This is a rare opportunity to acquire a striking top-line Buick fit for touring and casual shows. This vehicle just arrived, and a full description is coming soon. Please contact Hyman Ltd for more details.

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